The garden

The Ottmanngut’s very own party venue: the Mediterranean garden, with its sunbathing lawn, palm trees (some 150 years old), towering cypress trees, oleanders, citrus fruits and much more has been used since time immemorial by everyone at the Ottmanngut for unwinding and relaxing. Whether for breakfast, afternoon coffee, a plate of cheese in the evening or a digestivo after dinner, there is always a good reason to enjoy the garden at the Ottmanngut.


An essential part of the garden is the historic orangery, the winter quarters for the citrus fruits. Built in 1875 by Tobias Kirchlechner, it is still used for the same purpose today. Thus kumquats, lemons, Buddha’s hands and tangerines can all in winter be found in the glasshouse with its original cement tiles. During the warmer months this living room extension hosts readings and musical evenings. And there is nothing more romantic than breakfast in the orangery while the rain pours down outside!

Our very own vineyard

Our vineyard behind the house also offers secluded spots where guests can relax and read. The grapes have always been used to make wine and juice: Vernatsch grape juice or a mix of Lagrein, Nebbiolo and Cabernet.

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