For us, hospitality is friendship.
Friends are people we like – or even love – and with whom we would like to share the Ansitz Schneckart in the future. We like to expand our circle of dear people. Therefore, we are happy if you fit in with us and if you are interested in us.
Some things are similar to good hotels, some will be different. We have great beds, a beautiful pool in the vineyard, a cosy sauna and a great breakfast. Lovely people will take care of you and we attach great importance to sustainability. But, unlike hotels, we want our friends and guests to feel freer. To be free to go to the kitchen at any time to help themselves. To be free to get a bistecca from the excellent butcher in Tramin and have a barbecue with us. To be free to taste the 100-parker-point Gewürztraminer Epokale from Cantina Tramin in our vineyard that you just gathered. If our good souls are busy at the moment, we will be happy if you go to the coffee machine yourself or take your wine.
We have a simple pricing system. A room costs as much as it costs per night. There are (almost) no extra charges. Neither for the the garage, the breakfast, the afternoon cake or the countless cappuccini.
The only thing that is added to the bill are alcoholic beverages. Here we offer something very special to our wine friends: all wines can be consumed and bought at the farm-gate price. There is no surcharge.
Our kitchen is always open to you. In it you will find things that we find delicious. Good tomatoes, good prosciutto, good Parmigiano, good bread etc. Help yourself and be happy. And as I said: You can also cook or grill in our kitchen, we have very good grocers. In addition, there are several good to excellent restaurants within walking distance in Tramin, from gourmet cuisine to pizzerias. We know them well and are happy to make reservations.
We have seven children (and hopefully grandchildren one day). We owe it to you that we work as sustainably and resource-efficiently as possible. That’s what we do. On the other hand: we don’t like dogma. That’s why we have salt and pepper, even if they are not grown in the village. And there is a Nespresso machine in the rooms, because we want you to be able to make your first morning coffee in your pyjamas (but of course the aluminium capsules are recycled properly). In other words: the Schneckart estate is like real life. No rule without exception.