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The Farmhouse Treff

Our farmhouse lies 1,180 m (3,871 feet) above the sea level, only 3 km away from the villages Kastelruth and Seis and 7 km (4.3 miles) below Europe’s highest alpine plateau, the Seiser Alm.
We concentrate on dairy farming and cultivate a 10ha (24.7 acres) large meadow surrounding our farmhouse including a nearby forest of about 4.5 ha (11.1 acres).

We take pride in our cattle that make our heart swelling with joy in our everyday farming job. Every cow and calf has been given a melodic name either by us or by our dear guests.

Our lovely cats feel most comfortable when playing around in the haystack; and our free chicken deliver fresh eggs.

It is our children’s job to feed the rabbits and guinea pigs, but also our guest’s children are invited to lend a hand.

History of the farmhouse Treff

A brief chronicle about the farmhouse
  • 1419 Farmhouse Treff in St. Valentine
  • 1516 Mathes Treff
  • 1630 Nicolaus Hofer
  • 1642 Nicolaus Hofer, Treff in St. Valentine
  • 1680 Matheis Hofer
  • 1751 Paul Hofer
  • 1766 Johann Hofer
  • 1812 Maria Hofer verh. Silbernagel
  • 1840 Anton Silbernagel
  • 1860 Anton Silbernagel, Rier
  • 1879 Johann Plunger, Kamaun
  • 1887 Nikolaus Plunger
  • 1899 Andrä Wachtler aus Gries
  • 1902 Peter Mulser
  • 1907 Mulser Filomena
  • 1919 Nikolaus Putzer
  • 1960 Franz Putzer
  • 1993 Walter Putzer
There have always been guests at the farmhouse Treff
… a fact that was rather an exception in earlier times.
Illustrious guests stayed at the hotels in Seis and Kastelruth, while those staying at our farm were special guests and were famous for being the “Lords of the Farmhouse Treff” among the locals.