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The elegance of the grand dining room, constructed around 1900 in Art Nouveau style, is emphasised by its high ceilings, imposing chandeliers and the cycle of the “Four Seasons” painted by the famous artist Luis Stefan Stecher, who hailed from the Vinschgau valley. Recently built, the light and airy veranda, leading from the dining-room to the terrace, is highly popular with our guests.

The welcoming restaurant is mainly used by non-residents who appreciate the cuisine available at the Bemelmans-Post. It is characterised both by its wooden wall panelling and tiled stove.

The old Stuben of the Bemelmans-Post are the place to enjoy convivial evenings in the törggelen season and on other special occasions. Each of the three snugs has its own story to tell: the light and airy Freud Veranda was where Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis, celebrated his silver wedding anniversary; the Biedermeierstube, whose walls are some 400 years old, features original “Biedermeier” furniture; while the small Stube, equally as old as the Biedermeierstube and used as a TV room, has heavy wall panelling and a hand-carved door that dates from the year 1619.