Blasla Hof Culinary Tradition

Good Food: South Tyrolean specialities and Tyrolean farmer's breakfast

When you hear the sound of the cow bells, it's time to eat!

A farmer's breakfast is served fresh every morning in our 150-year old stube. We use only fresh regional products, because it is important for us to know where our food comes from.

We get our eggs from Farmer Mooswalder and milk from our neighbour Florian; bread and cereals from the Amhof organic bakery; honey from the producer, Galla; speck ham and smoked sausages from Teldra; seasonal vegetables from around the region; cheese from the Waldsamerhof; muesli from the mill of San Lorenzo; herbs from our vegetable garden; drinks and juices from around South Tyrol; and wine from the Kaltern winery, among other places. Sometimes Grandfather Reinhard goes fishing and brings us trout.

South Tyrolean speciality - Barley soup & Tirtlan
mmhhh ... "Tirtlan"
(fried dumpling)
Culinary delights at the Blasla Hof
Dessert - Traditional South Tyrolean apple fritters
"Südtirola Äpflkiachlan"
(South Tyrolean apple fritters)

We strictly avoid prepackaged foods. We prefer to use ingredients that are produced locally and organic, as nature intended.

Moments of pleasure at the Blasla Hof

"Eat breakfast like a king", 
says the farmer ...

The wood crackles in the fireplace and the air fills with the scent of coffee: what a pleasant way to start the day! In our welcoming stube, every day from 8.00 am to 10.30 am, we serve a typical farmer's breakfast buffet made using exclusively fresh ingredients.

Try our granola bars, enjoy egg with bacon and cheese, taste delicious typical home-made bread or tuck into some of our own sumptuous desserts. There are plenty of good things!

Blasla Light half-board*

... ideal for all those who want to keep their holiday flexible. You have the freedom to choose, with no obligations.

  • Don't feel like cooking? No problem!
    On Thursdays and Saturdays we serve a traditional Tyrolean menu in our cosy Stube parlour.
  • Would you prefer to use the sauna or swimming pool until 9 pm? That is also possible!
    On all other days, we offer you a homemade, cooked dish that you can prepare yourself in your own home.

*bookable in the low and mid-season, except in the periods from 10 July to 30 August and from 24 December to 6 January

"Eat dinner like a pauper",
it was once said ... but now ...

We make sure you don't go to bed hungry! Twice a week from about 7.00 - 7.30 pm we serve a typical farmer's dinner made with regional and seasonal products, and South Tyrolean specialities, appetisers and desserts ...

Let us surprise you!

You can cook with the man or lady of the house!

Would you and your partner like to cook with a selection of genuine products, while sipping a glass of wine?

You can try your hand at some typical delicacies such as Knödel dumplings. We provide all the ingredients.

In the kitchen under the guidance of Iris and Martin

Iris loves cooking with wild herbs and makes her own yogurt. Would you like some of her tips or a few cookery classes?

With Martin, instead, you can bake black bread, make jam, prepare fruit juices or distillates, or press and dry herbs. We guard some secret recipes! Our kitchen also has much more to offer ...

Blasla Hof shop:

Unique gift ideas for lovers of good food and nature, all made by our own fair hands. Take a look in our shop, where you can find lavender bags, homemade jams, hay cushions ...

Herbal garden:

We have a small herb garden where you are free pick some of the herbs to take home.

Remember that:

  • You can book dinner and/or breakfast, as you prefer.
  • If you want a box of ingredients with recipes for cooking in your own apartment, simply ask Iris.
  • The menu of the day is always available at the information point by the entrance or on the notice board. If you would like to have dinner with us, write your name and the number of people on the daily sheet at the information point and we will reserve a table for you. Children's menus are also available.
Fresh regional products - dumplings South Tyrol
mmhhh ...
"Knödel" dumplings
Regional products - Traditional dish
Original South Tyrol apple cake
apple strudel

"What could be better than a steaming mug of hot milk after a good walk?"

Iris Steger

When would you like to come?