Already Emperor Franz Joseph let our ancestors here in Mühlbach spoil and spent unforgettable days in the small village at the entrance to the Pustertal.
Our guesthouse has a long history. Since 1611 we have been welcoming travelerswho want to relax a few days from the efforts of the trip or from their daily life, to this venerable house.
What would be the South Tyrolean without his coffee bar, which is much more than just a place for the fast morning caffeine boost. We do not like black broth in the paper cup for overpriced money. We enjoy, we talk, discuss, we enrapture ourselves. We get news or let the day end with a glass of wine. We live - in exactly one bar. This is culture - and Horst is even more - it's always a small event.
The incomparable village square of Mühlbach also inspired the South Tyrolean author Josef Zoderer: In 'The Walsche' he uses this village as a template for his story. We use the village square as our second living room - enjoy an espresso, an ice cream in the sun or a piece of cake in the afternoon on the lovingly decorated square. The most beautiful way to relax and chat.
- Owner and manager
Whether you enjoy hiking, cycling or simply doing nothing but soak up the sunrays. The days are starting to be long - and sunny! Try out some of our hiking trip suggestions. Decide for yourself what level of difficulty is most enjoyable to you.
In the evening, you can sit on our terrace or in the garden area. Enjoy a glass of wine and listen to the chirping crickets. A perfectly idyllic holiday, with nature at its best!
We invite you to join us at the Hotel Weisse Lilie to enjoy the peace and quiet of this season, indulging in walks through the winter landscape. If you prefer to get active - then no problem! There are numerous ski regions all around, where you can enjoy skiing, snow-boarding and sledging to your heart’s content.
After this, you can delve into a great meal in our loung and then a glass of wine afterwards in good company. Don't forget to visit the wonderful Christmas markets in the surrounding area.