South Tyrol, Italy
A Glimpse at the property
Hidden high in the Dolomite Mountains of South Tyrol, in a sleepy Italian hamlet lies unique holiday home Pliscia Chalet.
The quiet hamlet of Pliscia is perched at an altitude of 1200m, nestled into the stunning Dolomite Mountains. Made up of twenty three inhabitants, four farmhouses and one church, Pliscia offers seclusion and privacy that not many other locations can boast. Surrounded by nature – from the panoramic mountain views, to the roaming deer, to the fresh milk which can be collected from the local farmer – this truly idyllic and peaceful hamlet embodies ‘slow living’ and offers a unique break from urban life.
Pliscia Chalet itself is the winner of numerous design awards and has featured in a number of high-end publications. Its contemporary aesthetic combined with the use of local materials has created an elegant and design-focused property that complements the traditional area as well as offering a modern, luxurious stay.
The house has a total of two bedrooms and can sleep four guests, with an additional sofa bed available if required. The simple living areas offer comfortable living spaces with a TV and panoramic views of the hills. During the summer months, visitors can explore the Nature Park of Fanes-Senes-Braies on foot or bike and in the winter, they can head to the nearby ski resort of Kronplatz or experience cross country skiing in the Valley of Pederü.
No matter the season, head to Pliscia Chalet for a breath of fresh air, to relax, unwind and enjoy a slower pace of life.
Amenities & Services
Fresh milk from local farmer available on request
Flat screen TV with satellite TV