Welcome to the Hotel Gomagoierhof!

Your ideal starting point in the Stelvio National Park
Our family-run hotel is located on the site of the oldest farm in the village of Gomagoi, near Stelvio, directly on the legendary pass road to the Stelvio Pass. The farm was blown up in 1914, during the war years, to have a clear field of fire. With that, we are the ideal starting point for all those who want to discover the Stelvio National Park, the “King Ortles” and the Upper Venosta Valley. Whether it's a panoramic tour by motorbike, hiking and mountain biking in the unique mountain landscape or skiing in the ski areas of Solda and Trafoi, where the snow is ensured – you’re just right in the middle of all this!

We pamper you with delicious cuisine, sincere hospitality, and familiar atmosphere. We’ll be happy to do everything we can to make your holiday in South Tyrol unforgettable. After a day full of different activities, our broad rooms in alpine style offer plenty of space to relax. Then, with a cool drink on the sun terrace or in our bar, you can make plans for the following day –we can reveal you some insider tips for your excursions, and we make sure that you feel at home with our friendly service.

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Plenty of space to feel at home

Our spacious rooms for couples, families, and friends
Our broad rooms are furnished in alpine style and have plenty of space to feel at home: the beds and pieces of furniture made of the sleep-inducing Swiss pine wood as well as the wooden floor convey a sense of comfort and protection. The double rooms, three-bed rooms and family rooms offer a lot of freedom of movement. The cool bathroom is equipped with shower, WC, bidet, hairdryer, and care products. Satellite TV, free WIFI, telephone and desk provide pleasant comfort. Most of our rooms have a balcony with a wonderful view of the mountain landscape.


Our extra services

  • Garden
  • Public bar
  • Residence bar
  • Playground
  • Open car park
  • Underground car park
  • WLAN
  • Internet access in room/apartment
  • Dogs allowed
  • Dietary cuisine
  • Breakfast buffet
  • Vegetarian menu
  • Choice of menus possible
  • Ski shuttle
Garage for motorcycle & bike
Your motorcycle or bicycle is safely parked in our lockable garage. For small repairs you will find the necessary tools in our “tool corner”.
Free parking
You can park your car on our car park for free.

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Treats for every taste

To regale oneself with treats is just part of the holiday. In our restaurant, the chef of the house cooks everything personally. With passion he pampers our guests with homemade specialities from the alpine-Mediterranean cuisine. From down-to-earth to sophisticated, you will be delighted by the variety in the selection of our freshly prepared dishes!

Regional gourmet breakfast

With our rich breakfast buffet (from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.) made of regional products you can start your day in a tasty way.
Fresh bread, honey from the local beekeeper, homemade jam, speck and sausage specialities of South Tyrol, cheese from the alpine dairy nearby and fresh fruit, coffee, tea, and juices. Good morning to you!
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Refreshing at the bar

Some coffee every now and then, an appetite-stimulating aperitivo or a nightcap: in our public bar and on the big sun terrace we’ll be happy to serve you a wide selection of drinks.
Bar opening hours:
7:30 a.m. – 1:00 a.m.

Specialities from South Tyrol and Italy

In our restaurant we serve you typical South-Tyrolean specialities and the classics of the Italian cuisine, masterly refined by our chef. In the evening, our guests who booked half-board can choose between the day’s menu and the a la carte menu. Whether you are vegetarian or have food allergies/intolerances, we are happy to satisfy your meal requests.
Restaurant opening hours:
Lunch 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Dinner 6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

A great love for sheep

Your host Georg Ellmer has a very peculiar passion: he breeds sheep, especially Jura sheep – a robust and modest mountain sheep, that originally comes from Switzerland. Georg owns around 20 sheep, ten of which are ewes. Especially children enjoy the sight of these cuddly animals, that are brought in the stable right next to the Hotel Gomagoierhof in winter. From mid-May to mid-October, however, the sheep enjoy the “summer freshness” on a meadow, in the wonderful Ortles region. Sheep breeding is a hobby that Georg has been pursuing for all his life. The contact with the peaceful animals is a great reward for his work and lets him find his peace, although the animals are also quite demanding: the daily feeding, the attentive care and the hay work cost time and energy. With his breeding sheep, Georg participates to exhibitions of small animal breeders in South Tyrol and Austria. And they succeed: his Jura sheep have repeatedly ranked among the top and received prizes. Sheep are also an excellent source of meat. Their fine meat is prepared exclusively by Georg himself for the guests of the Gomagoierhof. Knowing where it comes from is indeed a very important aspect for the passionate cook. Only if it is produced regionally and is of high quality can it be healthy and good. The wool from Georg's sheep, on the other hand, is processed and transformed by regional workshops into slippers or hats.

Sports on the road in the Stelvio National Park

The unique natural landscape around the Stelvio National Park invites all year round to very particular leisure activities. Hiking, mountain biking, skiing on the glacier skiing area or a motorbike tour on the Stelvio Pass: unforgettable holiday memories are guaranteed!

Around Mount Ortles

“King Ortles”, with a height of 3,905 m, is the highest mount in the Eastern Alps. The majestic mountain attracts experienced mountain climbers with a unique peak. But the many three-thousand-meter peaks around Mount Ortles offer lasting mountaineering moments, too. For those who like it easier, many alpine pasture hikes and the “Waalwege” valley trails, typical of the Venosta Valley, bring to the destination with less effort.
Sking in Val Venosta

Skiing in Solda – from a height where snow is guaranteed

Skiing on the glacier skiing area of Solda, on Mount Ortles, is a unique experience. The slopes, where snow is assured, extend up to 3,000 m above sea level, and include a magnificent panoramic view. Ski fans, free riders, snowboarders, and ski tourers can look forward to a great sports adventure – from the end of October to the beginning of May. Before our hotel there is the bus stop, from where the free ski bus will take you to Solda or Trafoi (10 km away).
Skiing with kids

Skiing for families in Trafoi

At the skiing area of Trafoi, families feel they are in the right place. Beginners and experienced skiers can enjoy a leisurely descent here. The ski lift, which takes you up to the family-friendly slopes, starts directly in the village centre. When you reach the top, a wonderful panorama of the Ortles awaits you at the Rifugio Forcola.

Panoramic tour on the Stelvio Pass – one of the highest pass roads in Europe

Whether by motorcycle, racing bicycle or car, the tour on the Stelvio Pass is unforgettable in any case! One of the highest pass roads in Europe curls in 48 hairpin bends to the pass at 2,757 metres above sea level. The panoramic road unites South Tyrol and Lombardy and offers a fantastic view of the mountains. By the way, on the car-free Stelvio Bike Day, the road belongs to the cyclists only.
Bike Passo Stelvio

Hiking and biking in the Stelvio National Park

The Stelvio National Park is one of the largest nature reserves in Europe. The high alpine landscape offers hiking trails, summit hikes and vie ferrate (protected climbing routes) for every demand. From easy to challenging, everybody can find their own mountain adventure within the spectacular landscape.

Submerge in art, culture and history

Medieval villages, fascinating hamlets, and impressive monasteries: in the Upper Venosta Valley there are many cultural highlights to discover. They tell stories about ancient knights – as well as of daring kite surfers. Let’s go on a discovery tour!
Churburg Schuderns

Coira Castle in Sluderno

Coira Castle majestically towers over the village of Sluderno. The best-preserved castle plant is well-known because of its armoury, which is the biggest in the world and contains swords, thrust weapons and armours. Some of them weigh more than 50 kg and are over 2 m high. But there are also many exciting treasures to be found in the other magnificent rooms.
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Marienberg Abbey

The Marienberg Abbey is a place of peace and strength. The museum of the highest Benedictine abbey in Europe provides exciting insights into the monastic life of the monks. The film about the Romanesque representations of angels in the crypt – which can be visited at particular times – is interesting, too.

Lake Resia

Who doesn’t know the steeple towering from the Lake in Curon? Lake Resia has a lot more to offer, though. A pleasant cycling and hiking path surrounds the lake, with a beautiful view of Mals Heath and Mount Ortles. Sailors and kiters love the wind in the Venosta Valley, letting them glide on the water surface.


Glorenza enchants with its medieval atmosphere, the completely preserved ring walls and the picturesque gate towers. The smallest city in South Tyrol has a lot to offer – you can leisurely stroll through the arbours, enjoy the atmosphere or visit one of the local markets.

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