Tucked away in the Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature reserve in South Tyrol, this former hunter’s cabin built entirely from larch wood is an architecture buff’s delight.
A project by EM2 Architekten, Mountain Lodge Tamersc is a fresh take on traditional Alpine style, with wooden minimalist interiors, impressive amenities, and large panoramic windows framing beautiful nature views.
Functionality, refinement, and simple, clean lines characterize this sleek rustic property in the Dolomites, which sleeps up to 6 guests in two different structures – a main residence laid on two floors and a smaller guest house.
Stylish built-in furnishings and bright wooden tones give the spaces a warm, modern feel, while oversized windows flood them with natural light.
Each bedroom is a calm and cozy timbered retreat, complete with comfy bedding and cleverly integrated wardrobes, and the combined living and dining area, with its reimagined South Tyrolean lounge chairs, wood burning stove, and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the scenic surroundings, provides the perfect environment to entertain or unwind after a day in the great outdoors.
Decked out in pine, the small, open kitchen has the same cozy rustic mood, yet comes equipped with all modern appliances, including refrigerator, induction cooker, convection oven, and dishwasher.
High-quality fixtures and state-of-the-art technology throughout make this wooden retreat an excellent choice for people who want to get away from it all in style.
Your stay at Tamersc Mountain Lodge can be as peaceful or active as you wish. With the resort of San Vigilio only 8 km away, skiing and snowboarding opportunities abound during the winter months. But come summer, the landscape turns green and lush, perfect for hiking and cycling.
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