As Miguel de Cervantes said so fittingly: "You need to give time some time as well." in our fast-paced times it's good to know a place which decelerates, reassures and grounds. The WIESERGUT wants to be such a place for you. A place in which you can enjoy without hurry. With freshly harvested natural produce from the family-run farm and home-made cooking based on wild herbs. Delightful, conscious and regional. Bacon, beef from Pinzgau sucking calf, milk and eggs come from our own production. In summer, tasty wild herb salads, fruit cake and home-made jams from the WIESERGUT-garden. In front of the GardenSuites, our guests will find edible gardens and can pick their own snacks from the meadow orchards or the berry plots.
The restaurant and the adjacent cosy dining room will make you feel at home right off the bat.
The love for detail allows for a consistent whole. In keeping with this motto, we have been pampering our guests for many years in our lodge on the Reiterkogel, 1,500 m above Hinterglemm.
Breakfast in the WIESERGUT is pure enjoyment. Wherever you fancy is fine with us.
The WIESERGUT Piazza stimulates the senses: seeing, hearing, feeling, smelling and above all tasting.
The WIESERGUT Bar is the place where you can recall the day's events, and will readily find a captive audience. As once Thomas Merton said so fittingly "Happiness is not a matter of intensity, but of balance, sequence, rhythm and harmony." How right he was indeed.
The best about the location of the WIESERGUT is its proximity to the ski area of the Zwölferkogelbahn cable car. In the evening you can get directly into the resort on skis where you will receive a warm welcome. With a warming drink by the open fire, oven-fresh chestnuts, a glass of wine or a small selection of cheese. The WIESERGUT Bar and the Piazza in particular are optimally prepared for an après-ski drink.
Having time means knowing what you want to have time for and what not.
Ring of fire
A ring of fire makes up the natural central point in the Designhotel WIESERGUT: the Feuerring.