Via Fleres 185 . 39041 Brennero South Tyrol
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Feuerstein Group
Unique five-star family resort surrounded by the impressive mountain scenery at the end of the Pflersch Valley.
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High-quality apartments with wellness area and breakfast service directly at the ski and hiking area Ladurns.
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Luxury chalet with 3 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, private wellness oasis and garden in a peaceful area.
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Exclusive gourmet restaurant at the Feuerstein Nature Family Resort for a very special evening of culinary pleasure.
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The play barn: It’s the place to be!

The hay barn with a difference, with numerous attractions for your holiday with children

Even when it’s raining, children’s moods don’t cloud over. The hay barn "Spielescheune" is probably the best alternative there is to walking in the Dolomites. It is a based on a traditional South Tyrolean Alpine barn; made from natural wood, and with a glass front wall that lets in masses of daylight. Two floors and a total of 400 m2 promise children a holiday where they can have the freedom to run a bit wild.

The barn features a hay-loft to jump around and fall into the soft Alpine hay, a giant’s table to sit around, a bouldering wall and climbing net for climbing fans. The giant trampoline also promises gravity-defying jumps, while the wall-labyrinth is the perfect hiding place for young masters of hide-and-seek.
Does your little daughter like dressing up? In the costume room, she will find a colourful collection of hats, shoes and clothes. Creative builders, on the other hand, love playing with the versatile wooden Kapla stones.

For children accompanied by an adult. Otherwise, Flammi’s Friends will supervise children during the children’s programme activities in the play barn.

Sports Arena

Even parents love this place. Amidst all the kerfuffle and laughter, the smell of genuine South Tyrolean hay is wonderful.

Wood workshop

3-Metre jump into the hay

Children’s dinner

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