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This is a historic inn, once the headquarters of famed Austrian patriot Andreas Hofer, on the road to Brenner Pass, just 3 miles south of Innsbruck (actually within the city limits of Mutters). The inn is originally from the 16th century. Hofer was here in...More
After a long trip we arrived at the hotel, which we had reserved weeks ahead. To our surprise, the owner had not booked our reservation, what he acknowledged. We had reserved three separate rooms for 6 people, each of them with private bathroom. Instead, he...More
We stayed at may 2013, Awesome food, staff is excellent, room is large enough and very clean. One bad thing is public tansport. Bus lines is rare, every hour to town and back but this is bus company problem. Overall excellent stay
We chose to book this guesthouse because of its proximity to Innsbruck without being in the city traffic, but, if we were to do this again, we'd probably choose to stay in Hall, on the other side of Innsbruck, which was quaint and uncrowded. The...More
A nice experience just outside Innsbruck. We stayed here for one night on the way home from Italy. The food was good and staff was helpful! The ambience was nice and Austrian and the wifi was easily accesible. The hotel was like a maze though,...More
US$99 - US$183 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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