White towers rise at Paschbach Castle above the wine growing area of Appiano.
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Today, Paschbach Castle offers also suites and rooms with breakfast with a gorgeous panoramic view in one of the most beautiful areas of South Tyrol. Colourful flowers bloom all around the castle and a lush green shines from the garden, to the delight of all nature lovers.
In 1570, Jakob Aichner from Cortina took over the medieval tower of the castle. His son, Hans Baptist, was ennobled with the title “von Paschbach” in 1589. Finally the Lords of Mörl from the Val Pusteria valley received the castle by marriage at the end of the 17th century.
From the 19th century onwards, the Lords of Wohlgemuth and - in the course of time - several other noblemen took over the leadership of Paschbach Castle. Today, the castle belongs to Rolanda Zanghi and her family.
At Paschbach Castle, medieval craftsmanship and Renaissance home decor are combined in historical columns and parlours. The castle was rebuilt in the late Middle Ages and again around 1585 in the style of the Renaissance by Luca d’Allio. Around 1900 Hermann von Zastrow organized a renewal in the style of Romanticism. As part of this work, the medieval tower was raised and completed with a crenellation.
The view and accommodation at Paschbach Castle are guaranteed to be fantastic!