If you’re looking for a romantic inn in Bad Aussee, look no further than Gasthof Staud'nwirt.
Gasthof Staud'nwirt is a romantic inn offering a flat screen TV in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The inn features beach chairs, express check-in and check-out, and newspaper. Plus, guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Bad Aussee. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
Travellers looking for cafes can head to Cafe Lewandofsky.
If you’re looking for something to do, Kammerhofmuseum Bad Aussee is a nice way to spend some time.
The staff at Gasthof Staud'nwirt looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We were staying nearby and the restaurant had been recommended to us, as it was within walking distance from our guest house. The dining room is warm and typical Austrian decor of wood, wood and wood. The staff was very helpful, they have a menu in English (important when one does not speak nor read Austrian). We selected the char in garlic crust and the veal schnitzel. Both were cooked properly but the char (also known as Brooke trout) was very tasty. The wine list is limited however we found it was often the case in many restaurants we ate in Austria. The restaurant is managed by mum and her two daughters, one in the kitchen and one on the floor. All were friendly and accommodating, the service was fast but not hurried and We had a lovely dinner.
Our hotel, Pension Waldruhe, suggested we come here for dinner as it was just a short but dark walk into the town. The service was pleasant and the servers were helpful with the Austrian style menu. The food was nicely presented and tasted good. The restaurant also has a hotel associated with it. If you are staying at Pension Waldruhe then I would suggest driving to the restaurant as you are walking along a two lane road and its not easy to hop off into the grass to avoid the cars especially at night.
I recommend salt crust saibling and saibling with pampkin seed crust. They are delicios! If you like good and freesh local fish, and do not expect a fancy restaurant, visit this "gasthaus". You won't regret.
I've stayed at Staudn'wirt with the Wilpernig family 20 times over 30 years now, and the experience is just as good now as it was when I first came. The facilities have got noticeably better over the years, and the management has moved on a generation (from Hilde to Karin), but fundamentally not much has changed. The somewhat timeless nature of Austrian semi-rural life is very clear here. The Gasthof passes on through the generations, the occasional new building appears as the years pass, but it, the area and the mountains (and the caves) change only imperceptably. I visit with Cambridge University Caving Club, who have used the Gasthof as a base since the early 1980s. I notice that in all that time none of us has given a tripadvisor review, so maybe it's time to rectify that! The Wilpernigs have made us very welcome over the years, putting up with quite a lot of mess and occaisional disasters, storing our stuff between expeditions, and providing an excellent base for recuperation when we are not up the mountain or underground. The cavers live on the overflow campsite over the road, in the kortoffelnhutte, so normal visitors won't even know we are there. But if you are staying, wander over to the pair of wooden huts at the back of the overflow campsite, and look at the detail carving on the corner of the newer, larger hut. It's an amazing bit of 3D woodwork, done by Wolfie (Karin's brother, I think) who built the hut over the Winter of 2002. The Gasthof provides food all day (until 8), accommodation and camping. It butts right up against the river, and there is a lovely swimming eddy in the river with a platform and changing shed (also very handy for washing rope and gear). The water is lovely on a hot summers day. There is also a separate pool on the campsite for kids. Showers are free these days (the old coin machine went along with the demise of the Austrian Schilling :-). You can eat outside under a timber canopy, or inside in the warm, clean and traditional main room, and I recommend the salted local trout, which really is very nice (albeit not cheap). The menu has changed slowly over the 30 years I've been going, with more salad these days, (and less venison-and-boiled-potatoes). The salads are good, and a definite improvement. Choices for vegetarians have improved too. They also have a second dining room for events, where we hold our annual dinner if it's not suitable weather for eating outside. The local Austria cavers come to visit too, and this can involve singing, and throwing the expedition leader in the river :-) The campsite is next to the road, but because the river is also right there, you will not be disturbed by traffic noise. There are numerous walks you can do starting from the site, with a good path up the river on the opposite bank (bridge 200m downstream), or up the road or bank on the opposite side into a very quiet area of local roads, houses, fields and gardens. It's all very Austrian, and the English eye marvels at the lack of fencing round each individual plot, as well as the woodworking detail. Then there is endless amenity in the general area: Grundlesee with pedaloes, Toplitzesee with a tour boat, a 200m cliff to abseil off between them, loads of mountain biking all around, e.g. ride to Halstatt past the amazing Koppenbrüllerhöhle resurgence (when it's wet). Then there is Altaussee (lake and town are both lovely), and the Toll Rd up Loser with 2 Via Ferrates/Klettersteigs (new one this year!), lots of glorious walking, and of course (if you walk somewhat further) the 2nd longest cave system in Austria (120km at the end of 2016) , mostly explored by CUCC starting in 1976. You can also go hang-gliding and parapenting from the top (I leapt off in a hang-glider once - it was quite exciting!). Further afield is 3 nice Kletterstiegns on Predigsthul, with the usual lovely walking and fine gasthofs/eateries, the Dachstein itself, with one of the worlds finest day-walks, and lot sof Kletterstieg and more serious hiking. I could go on for hours, but in summary. This part of Austria is a really beautiful place to take an active holiday, or even just sit by the lake, and Gasthof Staudnwirt is a great place to enjoy it from, and you'll be hard pressed to find nicer hosts than the Wilpernigs.…
I stayed at the gasthof campsite, just over the road from the gasthof, for 2 weeks. The site is small but perfectly formed. Good, clean toilets, a shower, and wash basins are accessible all day and all night. There is an idyllic swimming spot in the river by the gasthof, which is just deep enough to swim in when there's been a bit of rain. Watch out for the occasional pesky horsefly, though. The family who run the gasthof are friendly welcoming, and most of them seem to speak excellent English. The food was wonderful. I had a ham omelette on one occasion, followed by a chocolate ice-cream sundae, and pumpkin soup (excellent), roast pork, and a fruity ice-cream sundae on another occasion. It was all great. I found it easy to eat gluten-free food when I was there. The gasthof is close to Bad Aussee (walking distance or a few minutes by car) and to Grundlsee, where the lake is perfect for swimming on a warm day. We were able to park our car on the campsite, quite close to our tent.…