The town of Pergine is dominated by the historic ‘Castello Pergine’, it is a 13th century castle surrounded by robust walls and situated on the hillfort of Tegazzo which dominates the Alta Valsugana Valley. In history it was the property of the Dukes of Austria and then it belonged to Emperor Massimiliano I. In 1531, ownership passed to the Prince Bishophs of Trento. It is said that the famous German painter Albrecht Dürer was hosted by the Emperor at Castle Pergine during one of his journeys to Venice and Trentino.
Today the castle is owned by the Oss family and operates as a hotel, restaurant and museum. The rooms on the second floor host exhibitions of the valley’s products, plants and the history of the castle along with documents and photographs. The guest rooms are characterised by the ancient castle and are soberly luxurious. The castle offers stunning views over the valley and the town both in the day and by night. Dotted around the castle grounds you will find pieces of modern sculpture, a new piece is normally added each year.
The ground, first and second floors are always open to the public. On Mondays the castle is closed till 5 p.m.
The Trentino restaurant, located in the Renaissance “Sala Nera”, is the ideal place for a romantic candlelit dinner, lunch with friends, a business lunch and a party with relatives in a stylish setting. It can seat 65/70 guests.
Reservations are welcome
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