Aparthotel abinà in Lana
APARTMENTS IN LANA/MERANO AND ENVIRONS
abinà = the Ladin term for "found". The Garni Lana Höhe became the Aparthotel abinà on 25 May 2019. The senior hosts Helene and Hansjörg have handed over their life's work to the young generation Melanie and Alex.
We have modernised all rooms and apartments so that you feel even more comfortable with us. What has remained the same is the warm hospitality, the marvellous view and the great location high above Lana. You live in the middle of nature and yet so close to Lana and the spa town of Merano. Look forward to peace and relaxation with over 300 sunny days a year.
Stay and enjoy
Living at abiná means living in a modern way - surrounded by nature in a sunny spot above Lana. Sleep well, wake up from the first rays of the sun and then ... breakfast on the terrace.
Look forward to your found holiday residence. To the nearby hiking trails, the pleasant breeze on summer evenings and the peace and quiet.
Breakfast, it's on the house
Sun, mountains, peace and quiet and a small but good breakfast buffet made of regional products - everything for the perfect start to your holiday. Enjoy your breakfast on the spacious sun terrace with view over Lana or comfortably inside and start your day with a smile.
Experience South Tyrol in an active way
Meadows, forests, mountains, lakes - South Tyrol has a lot to offer and you can start your excursions into nature directly from your apartment.
Hiking on irrigation channels, through apple meadows and chestnut groves, up to the car-free Vigiljoch - Lana's local mountain - or by bus into the nearby Ulten Valley with its rustic farms and great hiking possibilities.
Holidays in Lana and surroundings
Enjoy long hours of sunshine at abinà, far away from the hustle and bustle and yet so close to Lana and the spa town of Meran. Leave your car parked during your holiday - we are the ideal starting point for leisurely hikes. The bus stop is only a five-minute walk away as well.
In the village centre of Lana, you will find cosy shops and cafés, historic churches, farmers' markets and long shopping evenings on warm summer days.