We take a step back in time, all the way to 1930, when Cesco Kostner decided to turn this small home into a guesthouse. The first in the village, as evidenced by its licence – a proud No. 1. One of the oldest buildings in our small village, boasting a view of Mount Sassongher, the inn is where the past – gently, discreetly – slips in through the cracks of time into our present day. Our wooden floorboards sigh and whisper with every step you take, the few decorations have that otherworldly look, enhanced by the sunlight sweeping in through the windows, creating a delightful, intimate ambience. Time stands still, at ease and in no rush to move anywhere else, thank you very much. So much so we consider this more than a Casa – a home – and see it as a sanctuary for body and soul. And the Costa Family works day in, day out to preserve this magical, ethereal setting.