Central location

on the historic village square of Castelrotto

Quiet yet right in the pedestrian zone, at the Hotel Cavallino d'Oro Bed & Breakfast you are in the middle of skiing and hiking:

You can explore the immediate surroundings of Castelrotto by foot. The bus stop in the village center connects Castelrotto with its neighboring villages Siusi and Ortisei - to reach the lifts to the skiing and hiking areas of the Dolomites - as well as with the towns of Bolzano, Bressanone, Chiusa etc. for cultural excursions.

Kastelruth and the Dolomites

Castelrotto is the largest village in the Alpe di Siusi area. It's characterized by a traffic-calmed historical center with numerous shops, neat houses, the third highest church tower in South Tyrol, a lively village life and lots of charm.

The cultural landscape around the Castelrotto plateau is still strongly rural and offers visitors a multitude of activities, from old customs and traditions to historic farms and castles to the unique Dolomite peaks and the famous Alpe di Siusi.

Arrival by car

The easiest way to get to Castelrotto is via the Brenner motorway (A22), Chiusa or Bolzano Nord exit.

Please note:
The reception of the Hotel Cavallino d‘Oro is located in the nearby Hotel Villa Kastelruth (Via Platten 9). We therefore recommend that you first come to the Hotel Villa Kastelruth to check-in and then drive or walk to B&B Cavallino d‘Oro (150 meters).

Arrival by train

The train stations in Bressanone and Bolzano are about 45 minutes drive from Castelrotto and are conveniently served from the south via Trenitalia and Italo and from the north via Deutsche Bahn and ÖBB trains. Local trains also stop in Waidbruck (Ponte Gardena), which is a little closer.

Castelrotto can be easily reached from all train stations by bus. You can find exact timetables at www.sad.it. The bus prices are cheap. If you contact us in good time before your arrival, we can send you the free bus tickets in advance by post. Alternatively, let us know your arrival time, we will be happy to organize your pick-up by taxi (Bolzano / Bressanone approx. 55 Euro, Waidbruck approx. 25 Euro).

Arrival by plane

It is best to fly to Verona, Innsbruck (both 1:30 hours by car), Munich or Milan (both 3 hours by car). From the airport you have the following options: 

Taxi or rental car
We would be happy to organize a taxi for you to be picked up at the airport (Innsbruck around 180 Euro, Verona around 240 Euro). Alternatively, you can also rent a car. We recommend www.rentalcars.com for the best deals.

Long-distance bus or train
There is the Flixbus that goes from Verona (city center), Innsbruck (city center) or Milan Bergamo (airport) to Bolzano (exhibition center). The train to Bolzano is also recommended from Verona. From Bolzano you can then take the public bus to Castelrotto. An alternative is the “Südtirolbus”, which brings you directly from Verona Airport, Bergamo Airport or Innsbruck Airport to Cavallino d‘Oro. However, this service is quite expensive, and it might be cheaper to take a taxi.