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Pure nature - Design & Tradition

 

Well-Being Apartments

Esserhof in Lana

Expect the extra-ordinary - Enjoy the modern architecture and the contemporary design.
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Living in Esserhof in Lana

Welcome to a place that furnished with natural materials, such as leather and openpore wood and glas.
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Enjoy your South Tyrolean Holidays

Have a good feeling

Take some time off. Kick back and relax.
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Philosophy

To be guest at the Esserhof is to collect experiences. Relaxation, interaction with nature.
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Well-Being Apartments

Esserhof in Lana

A well being feeling.


Wonderful days, unforgettable moments.


Expect the extra-ordinary - Enjoy the modern architecture and the contemporary design.


Enjoy it.

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Living in Esserhof in Lana

Tradition meets modern style

Clean lines natural materials and warm colours.
Welcome to a place that furnished with natural materials, such as leather and openpore wood and glas.
Feel the closer to your self.


Every detail of which is dedicated to the art of "savoir vivre".

Enjoy your holiday in South Tyrol.

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Enjoy your South Tyrolean Holidays

Have a good feeling

Heavenly relaxtion.

Take some time off. Kick back and relax.
After a busy day treat yourself to a relaxing massage or enjoy the nature.

You'll see: after a visit to us, you'll feel completely rejuvenated.


Carpe diem!

 

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Philosophy

While creating the Esserhof the "organic architeture" played the most important role.
To be guest at the Esserhof is to collect experiences. Relaxation, interaction with nature.


Our architects:
www.atelierwernerschmidt.ch
www.archschwarz.com

 

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Straw house Esserhof

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PRICES UPON REQUEST!

House 40 m² 


General conditions:
- cleaning in between the stay upon request
- at the day of arrival the house is available at 04.00 pm.
- at the day of leaving the house has to be empted at 10.00 am.
- if you stay less than a week, we charge 30,00 eur for the cleaning
- for the booking we ask you for a payment of 150,00 euro at the account number:
Raiffeisen Etschtal, IBAN: IT 96 K 0826958960000 301253468, SWIFT/BIC: RZSBIT21042 

 
 

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Imprint & Privacy

Esserhof 
Esser Norbert
Via E. Eugen 2
I-39011Lana (BZ)

Tel. +39 0473 564090 

email: info@esserhof.com
Internet: www.esserhof.com
 
 VAT: IT01212030215


Webdesign: web agency haberer media, Terlano, South Tyrol

Text: Barbara Unterholzner, haberer media

Foto: Private

For further information please visit the German or Italian site.



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The legislative decree no. 196/2003 (Italian data protection code) provides for the protection of persons and other subjects in the processing of personal data. In accordance with the law your data will be handled correctly and confidentially by us. In accordance with article 13 of legislative decree no. 196/2003 we would like to inform you that:

Esserhof with its seat in Lana, Italy will employ data obtained from you for the sending of mailings and circulars. The data will be processed electronically for this purpose and stored. The distribution of your data is optional.

Your data will not be passed on to third parties or distributed, as far as requests for catalogues are concerned. Mr. Norbert Esser is responsible for data processing.

You may assert your rights regarding the Residence Esserhof in accordance with article 7 of legislative decree 196/2003, explained fully below, at any time:

Legislative decree no. 196/2003, article 7 – Right of access to personal data and other rights
1. The person concerned has the right to receive information as to whether data are available regarding him or her, even if these data have not been stored: furthermore he or she has the right to receive these data in a comprehensible form.
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Esserhof
E. Eugenstr. 2,
I-39011 Lana (South Tyrol)
raimund.schoetzer@rolmail.net
VAT: IT01661840213
Demeter
 
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