Hostel and
cultural center
with charm

in Salurn on the South Tyrolean Wine Road

Noldin Haus – An historic inn as well as place of culture and education

The Noldin Haus in Salurn is an historic estate located in the heart of this picturesque town. This charming manor is the ideal place for visitors looking for an extraordinary experience, and who also want to discover more about the history and traditions of this area. Salurn has always been a crossroads for trade and culture between the Mediterranean south and the Alpine north. And it’s exactly that mixture of styles and traditions that contribute to the charm of this South Tyrolean community straddling the border to the province of Trent.

Are you looking for an elegant suite, a functional innovative multi-bed room, or a vacation apartment? Both the interior and the exterior of the Noldin Haus reflect the diverse character of the South of South Tyrol. This historic hotel is thus the ideal place for vacationers of all walks of life.


Dr. Josef Noldin (1888 - 1929)

The attorney-at-law Dr. Josef Noldin was a citizen of Salurn and an outstanding symbolic figure of the resistance against the fascist regime and its infamies. He was politically active, and is regarded as a forerunner in the fight against the forced Italianization of South Tyrol and for protecting the endangered rights of ethnic Germans. In the Unterland district, he was a leader in organizing the so-called “catacomb schools” – the covert German-language instruction given in secret schools. In 1927, he was arrested by the fascist regime and “confined” in (banished to) the island of Lipari in the south of Italy.

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