Joy to those arriving here.

Peace to those who stay awhile.

Bless those who continue on their journey


In accordance with the monastic tradition of Benedictine hospitality our guesthouse welcomes those who seek to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy a few days of peace and quiet. There is also our “maiensäss” (a former spring pasture hut) on a pasture above the convent, which looks out over the neighbouring Venosta valley (South Tyrol).

guesthouse room
guesthouse room
"Maiensäss" living room

Benedictine guesthouse

In the guest quarters of the convent there are four double rooms and one single room, each with shower/WC, and one room without its own bathroom1676 Albertis Room. A further three single rooms, all with shower/WC, are situated in the former servants’ quarters beside the farmyard. Guests also have the use of a common room, where there is a piano. Meals are taken in the 18th century Hermanin room.  Healthy and wholesome food is prepared in our kitchen; the organically grown vegetables and salad served at table come from our garden.

Experience Benedictine spirituality

“And first of all let them pray together,…” (Rule of Benedict 53). With this in mind we invite our guests to join in our Liturgy of the Hours. The convent church and Chapel of Grace are open to all visitors for private prayer. The Rosary chapel, our house chapel, also offers the necessary calm and silent atmosphere for those searching for their inner self.

Experience history

In our Museum and convent Shop  guests are able to take a look within the convent walls and experience 1200 years of convent and structural history.

Fasting and Retreat

In spring and autumn we offer professionally led retreat weeks; two retreat weeks are organized in summer. Our guesthouse is closed in November.


Sr. Pia Willi will gladly reply to your enquiry: Tel. +41 (0)81 851 62 23,

For the "Maiensäss" please contact Mr. Georg Malgiaritta, Tel. +41 (0)81 851 62 20,