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The Hotel Gasthof Zum Hirschen in the Val di Non Valley, Trentino–Alto Adige

Built on the site of an ancient pilgrims shelter, the Hotel Gasthof Zum Hirschen is situated in the center of Senale in Val di Non Valley. The 12th Century hospitium in the South Tyrolean Alps once provided food and shelter for pilgrims visiting the sanctuary, as well as wayfarers.

Here, in the Val di Non Valley close to the Italian-speaking province of Trentino, the locals speak Tyrolean, a South-Germanic dialect. This has made these villages a microcosmic linguistic melting pot in this northern part of Italy bordering with Austria. The elegant, yet unostentatious Hotel Gasthof Zum Hirschen and CERVO Restaurant in Senale, is always ready to welcome its guests. In more recent years, Senale has attracted families, hikers and mountain bikers in search of unspoiled nature and authentic local culture.