An ode to Ladin history and culture

Proud and strong, the noble house Lüch Colz in Badia is one of the oldest examples of Ladin architecture in Val Badia. Here you can discover the history of this South Tyrolean valley up close, in a familiar atmosphere that certainly does not renounce to the comfort.

Residenza nobiliare Lüch Colz in Badia
History of the farm holiday

A story dated 1296

Lüch Colz farm holiday is one of the oldest and largest farmsteads in Val Badia and was mentioned as far back as 1296, although it is certainly older. Originally owned by the influential Colz family, the present noble house was built by the Winkler family in 1604 and then purchased in the 17th century by the Irsara family, who still live there today. The coat of arms conferred by Archduke Maximilian III and partly adopted by the municipality of Badia is still exposed on the first floor of the house together with the original wooden coat of arms.

Old image of Badia in Val Badia
The family of the noble house Colz
Walls rich in emotions

Stay in a historic house in the Dolomites

Our noble house is just waiting to be lived and experienced. The traditional Stuben, the small chapel, the antique furniture, the fabrics and the frescoes are tellers of old stories. All you need to do is listen to them. Here we cannot offer all the comforts of a hotel, but we know how to offer the luxury of feeling at home. A simple but authentic place, a home that is deeply rooted in history and in the love for the territory, a refuge that gives daily joys that leap in the heart.

Entrance of the historical residence
Garden and vegetable garden

“What makes us different? People, nature, atmosphere and we hope the quality. The noble house Colz is the perfect combination of farm and comfort.”

Fam. Irsara