B&B Corradini is a small and simple bed and breakfast in the heart of Fiemme Valley. It is very close to the stunning Dolomites and we went there for a snow weekend, having a great time snowshoeing and playing in the snow.
If you’re following us, you should know that Trentino is one of our favourite regions and we’re never tired of coming back, discovering new precious gems of it. This time we went close to Cavalese, in the tiny village of Castello di Fiemme that is just 3km far from the most famous town of Fiemme Valley.
Castello di Fiemme is an ancient hamlet that rolls up on a hill, on the top of which a beautiful and old church dominates. A merry bell tower is included to bring you back into mountain traditions every half an hour.
During our stay, the bell tower was enlightened with beautiful decorations that gave the whole area an enchanting atmosphere of relaxing and pure joy.
B&B Corradini is the last building before road ends and it benefits from the quiet and silence being off the main street. You can even enjoy an incredible view on the valley from the rooms.
The ambience is very informal, all rooms are extremely comfortable and clean, and Ester – the owner and landlady – is friendly, always smiling and she does her best to put guests at ease. Castello di Fiemme has a small size so it benefits from silence and quiet, but within 5 minutes’ drive, you can find all kind of services. The B&B Corradini opened in 2010 but the building looks like it has just entirely renovated by Ester’s family. It has a typical alpine calling, warm and pleasant atmosphere. The fireplace is often on and guests can relax in the dining room, sipping a cup of tea.
B&B Corradini is a certified bike accommodation and is set to support cyclists as well, so whether you are an active family or you just need to relax, you’ll have a lovely staying there. That’s why we recommend you to stay there because you can do whatever you would love to and it’s an excellent place to start discovering the stunning Dolomites.
We came at B&B Corradini for a winter break and we were assigned to a triple room, certainly spacious enough to fit our family’s needs, even if we had clunky sports equipment for the whole family.
When to go at B&B Corradini
If you’re planning to visit the Dolomites or Fiemme Valley, there are plenty things to do or to see, and many activities on site at a walking distance from the B&B. Boring is an unknown word in this region!!
We highly recommend booking your room at B&B Corradini in advance, considering that July and August are the most crowded months of summer and that during winter school holidays many tourists come here just for the weekend.
Our Favorite Features
[li]Crib and highchair available[/li]
[li]Delicious breakfast with homemade pies[/li]
[li]Bikers welcome and services for cyclists [/li]
Families Should Know
[li]No adjoining rooms, but adjacent rooms possible[/li]
[li]No kids menu, but before arrival feel free to ask for special breakfast for your babies or if you suffer from food allergies[/li]
[li]Kids aged 3 and up have 50% discount on the fare[/li]
[li]Local honey for sale[/li]
[li]The B&B has an account with a close restaurant – Hotel Latemar – that will serve to Ester’s guests a lovely dinner from 7.30 to 8.30. Booking required[/li]
– If you need kitchen, just ask for it
– Six rooms and a family room
– Hair dryer
– private parking
– front desk for local assistance on request
– WIFI in rooms
[column size=”1/2″]SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
[column size=”1/2″]LOCAL EXCURSIONS
– Dolomites: the Pala Group, Latemar
– Sounding Forest
– Paneveggio Park & Forest
– Val di Cembra wineries
– City of Trento [/column]
[column size=”1/2″]FESTIVALS & EVENTS
– Sounds of Dolomites (Music Festival) summer
– Desmontegada (festival of the mountain pastures) autumn
– Cavalese XMAS Markets in December[/column]
Information & Booking
Salita alla Parrocchia 6/B
38030 Castello di Fiemme – Trento