The love of Tyrolean food, the freshness of the products used and an authentic atmosphere are the hallmarks of Tyrolean inn culture. The green sign with the three leaves at the entrance of a Tyrolean tavern lets the guest know: here you can expect well-tended Tyrolean hospitality.
The cooks and cooks bake and fry, steam and steam, roast and stir, stew and melt, that even the most spoiled eaters of enjoyment rave about. From Kaskrapfen over Tyrolean bacon trout to rack of lamb with parsley crust and bread cake with hazelnuts (and, and, and) the range extends.
Three maxims have subjected all farms from the beginning: the love for Tyrolean food, the use of fresh products from local agriculture, water and forests as well as the preservation of authentic atmosphere and architecture.
The Tyrolean inns with the green sign are subject to constant quality control, which ensures compliance with the extensive list of criteria.
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Gasthof Himmelhof InnCurrently Closed Open! Open! Open! Open!
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- Place: Schwaz
The "Himmelhof" in Schwaz has been a traditional Tyrolean inn of the highest quality for over a quarter century.Read more