Traditional and delicious!

"No pleasure is temporary, since the impression it leaves behind is lasting."
(Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)

And if you're looking for culinary delights, then the Restaurant Zu Tschötsch offers uncomplicated South Tyrolean cuisine based on local recipes and relying largely on farm-fresh products we grow ourselves.

You can enjoy hearty Tyrolean specialties, dumplings, and Schlutzkrapfen (special pastry) – which are of course home-made! 

We will be happy to also serve you vegetarian dishes and gluten-free dishes, and can also accommodate other allergies. For example, you simply must try our gluten-free Kaiserschmarrn (sliced pancake/raisin dessert). Generations of visitors have dined in our cozy dining rooms, the 300-year-old Tschötscherhof’s Stuben. On our terrace, under the 100-year-old grapevine, you can enjoy mild summer evenings – especially during our "Summer Nights," a sociable barbecue with various entertaining performances.

Open: Daily – except Wednesdays and for lunch on Thursdays – from 8:00 a.m. till 10 p.m. Warm lunches from 12:00 to 14:00. Dinner from 18:00 to 20:30.

In the afternoon, we can serve you our delicious selection of cold cuts, sausages, and cheeses on a wooden board, homemade pies, and ice cream creations.


Törggelen is a quaint South Tyrolean custom and is viewed as one of the culinary highlights of any autumn-time trip to this popular vacation land. It takes place once a year, at the close of the harvest time. The word "Törggelen" comes from the Latin word "torquere," meaning "to press wine." At the Hotel Zu Tschötsch in St. Oswald in Kastelruth - Seis am Schlern, too, Törggelen has a long tradition. It is derived from the old custom of the farmers to enjoy "new wine" between early-October and the start of the Advent season. The farmers viewed this as a wonderful opportunity to see their friends, tell stories, and enjoy local specialties. In the old days, a typical Törggelen meal consisted chiefly of smoked bacon and sausages or simple rustic dishes specific to South Tyrol. Today, hearty meat platters piled high with "Surfleisch," sauerkraut, various kinds of sausage, homemade dumplings, and all manner of delicious, farm-grown products are served. The crowning glory of every such meal consists of roasted chestnuts from our own orchard and baked pastries. And no mealtime at the Tschötscherhof would be complete without some sweet cider and our own "new wine."


  • Seiser Alm Balance

    from 7.05.2024 to 29.06.2024Price: from 0 €

    When the days get longer in spring and nature awakens, the desire for outdoor exercise increases. With special "Balance" experiences you can recharge your batteries in and with nature.

    If you book a stay in our accommodation, you can participate in the following Balance experiences free of charge.


...and when I'm there, I'll absorb the inspirational peace and quiet...



„Compromises are for relationship, not for wine.“ Sir Robert Scott Caywood


Farmers museum

"What God has given us to care for, We will honor and protect."



"Adopt the pace of nature: Her secret is patience." (Ralph Waldo Emerson)


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