If you’re after a quaint ski break with a difference, San Candido in the Dolomites has access to some of Italy’s finest slopes. This cute townhouse hotel is on a pedestrianised street in the middle of town.
Zenana has been a series of shops and even a café in its time – now it’s a centrally located pretty family run hotel that is a step above many in the area because of its eclectic style and warm welcome.
Discover the pretty town of San Candido, which acts as one of the gateways to the famous Dolomites in the South Tyrol, in the north of Italy. Once a famous leather working town, now it’s great for hikers and skiers and those interested in local food and drink.
The nine suites have been individually decorated, with a mix of Western and oriental styles and unique pieces that have been collected by the owners. Charming wooden floors and original features give the hotel a homely feel.
While there’s no restaurant on site, the hotel does serve a homemade breakfast and has complimentary tea, coffee and cakes every afternoon.
Discover quirky bathrooms that are hidden within period wooden sliding doors, Zenana is a place you’ll want to keep exploring.
The Alta Pusteria mountains are on your doorstep, part of the Dolomites, which were once a coral reef at the bottom of the seas. Head to the Puster Valley for amazing lakes and in winter, this is Italy’s top cross country skiing destination.
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South Tyrol - Italy
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