A castle-like building in the midst of rural idyll dating back to the 15th century. Timeless, and well deserving of a visit. Just like its Gothic arch, its projecting bay wing, cobbled inner courtyard, its fresco with the coat of arms of the Counts on the facade and its walled entrance. Carried out with immense sensitivity and appreciation of historical heritage, the Ansitz Steinbock renovations revealed parts of the building which had been covered over and hidden in the ’80s, and have liberated, resurrected and brought back the soul of the manor.
The main house remains unchanged from the outside, and opens up to an interior of Gothic parlours blended with streamlined design. History flirts with architecture, today with yesterday, local craftsmanship with contemporary ideals of beauty. The barn adjacent to the manor mirrors the same philosophy. From the stairwells to the suites, the bold minimalism highlights the details and textures, and imbues them with the power to shine through.