The Summerer family and their farmhouse Binter in Sesto Pusteria welcome you!

Your holiday on a real mountain farmhouse, set amidst nature - a unique experience! Our main aim is let you experience a regenerating holiday surrounded by the breath taking Dolomites and its wonderful nature, where escaping from every day's life could not be easier.

In our home, HOSPITALITY is written in capital letters as we are welcoming guests since 1960.

Our farmhouse is located on the outskirts of Sesto village, at 1.300 meters above sea level and approximatly 10 minutes walk away from the town centre, easily reachable by car in summertime as well as in wintertime. A bus stop nearby, guarantees easy access by public transport to all main natural sites and towns in the surrounding area (cable cars to the Monte Elmo or Croda Rossa, the Val di Dentro, San Candido, Dobbiaco, the popular Three Peaks, the lake Braies, name just a few). Thanks to our love and work to the farmhouse, mainy changes and renovations have been introduced in the past years, in order to meet best our guests' needs. All apartments are comfortable and provided with sanitary services, they are furnished in traditional Tyrolean style.

We would be very glad to Welcome you personally in our farmhouse Binter, where a warm and friendly atmosphere is awaiting you to start your holiday at home away from home!

Come and visit us either in summer or winter, you will experience an unforgettable time in Sesto Pusteria where plenty of activities are at everyone's reach!

New since winter 14/15: Monte Elmo - Croda Rossa cable car

A decades-old dream came true with two ultra-modern, eight-person cable cars set to link the ski resorts of Monte Elmo and Croda Rossa since the 2014/15 winter skiing season onwards. The new runs down the Tre Cime di Lavaredo and the Orto del Toro will prove an unbeatable highlight for all ski fans. From the top of the Orto del Toro at 2,100 metres above sea level, skiers will get to see the Sesto Dolomites in a completely new light and enjoy stunning views of the Tre Cime. The two new runs will extend the region’s network to 90 kilometres in all.