The former noble residence in Dobbiaco, the Gustav Mahler Stube takes its name from its most famous guest, the Bohemian composer who spent three summers here from 1908 to 1910. On the farm there are two apartments, for 4 to 5 people, and a restaurant famous for offer Tyrolean delicacies, prepared following ancient family recipes.
Gustav Mahler Stube History
The eighteenth-century Gustav Mahler Stube is located in the pleasant setting of the meadows and woods of Dobbiaco, in the province of Bolzano. Outside there is a fenced animal park where deer, wild cats, owls, wild boars and other species threatened by extinction meet in their habitat, while passing inside you enter an environment where "the body and the soul they certainly benefit "as the most famous guest of the farm wrote, the composer Gustav Mahler who spent the summers here from 1908 to 1910; here he found the peace and inspiration to compose some of his greatest works such as the Ninth Symphony, the Tenth (unfinished) and the famous Song of the Earth; his room, which remains as it is, can be visited, as well as the wooden house in the park where the master retired to compose.
The hospitality is given by only two apartments, for this very desired, for 4 and 5 people; in the building there is also a renowned restaurant, famous for the venison saddle and game, but also for typical Tyrolean dishes: dumplings, polenta and schlutzkrapfen, produced with fresh raw materials following the ancient family recipes. The wood-clad stuben complete the atmosphere of the rooms where you can spend quiet and relaxing stays, where simplicity and warmth bring back to past times.