A luxurious Italian ski lodge in the heart of the Dolomites
San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge (also known as White Deer) is located in the South Tyrol region of the Dolomites. This stunning converted hunting lodge is set within 42 acres of woodland and meadows with dramatic valley views, equally beautiful and serene in both winter and summer. It sleeps up to six adults and four children in comfort and style.
The lodge has an outdoor whirlpool with panoramic mountain views, perfect for late-night dips. There is also a spa cabin built with ancient wood and quartzite, featuring a Jacuzzi, massage area, Finnish sauna, Turkish bath with chromotherapy, and an emotional shower.
Within the lodge, each and every detail reflects the owners’ (Stefano and Giorgia) style and design skills. Valuable antiques have been lovingly-preserved or faithfully-restored, modern objects expertly fitted in, with a perfect feel for balance and harmony. The elegance of exclusive textiles and the sheer beauty of the furniture combine with the austerity of natural materials to create an atmosphere of serenity.
The breakfast and dining room have kept the original structure of the old kitchen, which has been preserved and skilfully-adapted to accommodate the most state-of-the-art kitchen equipment, catering to the wishes of even the most discerning chef.
Gourmet meals are prepared by Giorgia and served in the original ‘stübe’, whilst wines for dinner are selected from the wine cellar by Stefano, who will show his passion for regional tipples.
The ground floor also contains a multi-functional study and games room, equipped with modern communication technology.
The living area is composed of an open-plan lounge with a masonry fireplace along with a tea parlour, a traditional stübe and a TV room. The so-called tea parlour has been converted into an attractive conversation and reading room, equipped with lounge suites and chairs by Baxter and Flamant, drawing its charm from the contrast between the ancient rustic structure and the modern luxury of its furnishings.
The lodge has four well-appointed bedrooms, three of which are double, and all with lovely views over the mountains or meadows. Two of the doubles have en-suite bathrooms, whilst the third double shares its bathroom with the double bunk room, ideal for families with children.
In winter, the extensive Dolomiti Superski Area is an accessible 15-minute drive away; alternatively, it’s just four minutes by helicopter directly from the lodge to the top of the slopes.
In the warmer months, guests can enjoy the lodge’s own private golf course, or partake in a number of alpine activities.
For true alpine luxury year-round, San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge is the ultimate choice.
San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge has been awarded the following accolades:
- World’s Best Ski Chalet: Top 3 - World Ski Awards 2019 & 2020
- Italy’s Best Ski Chalet - World Ski Awards 2013-2020
- Private Golf Course
- Private Spa + Outdoor Jacuzzi
Il Sogno – double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
L’Aurora - double bed and en-suite bathroom with shower
Il Nido – double bed and shared bathroom with bathtub/shower
Il Rifugio (Children’s) – double bunk beds (sleeps 4 children) and shared bathroom with bathtub/shower
|16 Apr 2022 - 27 May 2022||EUR 18,900 per week|
|28 May 2022 - 22 Jul 2022||EUR 20,300 per week|
|23 Jul 2022 - 2 Sep 2022||EUR 22,400 per week|
|3 Sep 2022 - 30 Sep 2022||EUR 20,300 per week|
|1 Oct 2022 - 2 Dec 2022||EUR 18,900 per week|
|3 Dec 2022 - 20 Dec 2022||EUR 23,800 per week|
|21 Dec 2022 - 28 Dec 2022||EUR 31,500 per week|
|29 Dec 2022 - 6 Jan 2023||EUR 36,400 per week|
|7 Jan 2023 - 27 Jan 2023||EUR 23,800 per week|
|28 Jan 2023 - 3 Mar 2023||EUR 26,600 per week|
|4 Mar 2023 - 31 Mar 2023||EUR 23,800 per week|
Price per week for up to 6 guests. Rates for up to four additional children available on request. Rates for shorter stays available on request for selected dates - minimum stays apply.
- Jacuzzi (4-person)
- Turkish bath
- Emotional shower
- Massage chair
- Spa relaxation room
- Games room
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Wine cellar
- Tyrolean stove
- Satellite TV
- DVD player
- Radio/CD player
- Ski room with heated boot racks
- Underfloor heating
- Mountain views
- Heated whirlpool (5.6 x 3.3 m)
- Outdoor living areas
- Sun loungers
- Golf course
- Welcome aperitif
- Daily housekeeping
- Daily linen & towel change (on request)
- Continental breakfast
- Afternoon tea
- Spring water & juices
- Evening meal (6 nights)
- Children’s meals (on request)
- Hairdryer, bath robes & slippers
- Luxury bath & beauty products
- Free access to private Golf course (Hole in Heaven)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Airport transfers
- Professional chef
- Massage & beauty treatments
- Laundry & dry-cleaning
- Excursions, sports & cultural activities
- Panoramic helicopter tours
- Shopping tours
- Activities & excursions
San Lorenzo Mountain Lodge is located in San Lorenzo di Sebato in the Dolomites. The ski slopes of Kronplatz, which is part of the extensive Dolomiti Superski area is an accessible 15-minute drive away. Alternatively, it’s just four minutes by helicopter directly from the lodge to the top of the slopes.
In the summer months, there are plenty of alpine sports and activities to enjoy. The lodge’s private golf course offers 18 par 3 holes at 1200 metres altitude. It is one of the steepest courses in the world and golfers look out across the tops of the Dolomites as they tee off – a truly spectacular experience.
There are several trekking trails around the lodge and guests can be lead on adventurous walks to pick mushrooms or berries (in season) to cook up back at the lodge. Other activities include horse riding, mountain biking, cycling, rock climbing, white water rafting, and zip-lining, to name but a few.
Guests can take a helicopter flight over the legendary Dolomite peaks to enjoy cultural excursions and shopping trips to nearby Cortina, Kitzbühel, Venice or Milan.
Nearest ski area (Kronplatz) – 15 minutes’ drive
Innsbruck Airport – 1 hour’s drive
Cortina – 1 hour, 20 minutes’ drive
Verona airport – 3 hours’ drive
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.