Did you sleep well and wake up restored? Wonderful! Take a deep breath of fresh mountain air and you’ll catch the aroma of our alpine buffet breakfast and the gorgeous scent of the freshly baked bread and rolls from our Ramsau master baker tempting you down to the Hotel Berghof Altholzstube.
With a cup of coffee or tea, and with refreshing fruit juices, some of them freshly squeezed, you will certainly be ready for the day. Enjoy freshly baked bread with sweet treats from the jam bar, or cut meats, sausages, cheese. We can serve your eggs however you want them, and, of course, there is also a corner with muesli and fruit, with yoghurts, curds and milk to with go it, all from our own organic farm. Feast to your heart’s content from 8 am to 10.30 am in the Gaststube or in the wintergarden. In summer, you can also enjoy your breakfast on the sun terrace.
If you wish to head out early to the mountain peaks in the morning, we’ll have a mountaineer-breakfast ready for you in the Berghofstub’n.
Mountain air makes you hungry, this is common knowledge! So we offer the Berghof Jaus’n from 1 pm to 3.30 pm. A bowl of warm soup is good for body and soul, especially if it’s served with a plate of salads loaded with vitamins. Help yourself!
Well-being in the spa
At the Berghof Sauna and Spa, your well-being is our first priority. Enjoy fresh fruit, a selection of teas, and revitalised spring water by Johann Grander.
Dinner in the evening
As the crowning glory of the day, we will pamper you with our five-course gourmet dinner. Choose from our set meat, vegetarian or fish menus. The fusion of local and international dishes is carefully prepared by chef Michal and his team. Select from a large buffet of starters and salads with dressings, oils, and special vinegars. Also, there is a fine assortment of cheeses.
Please let us know of any allergies, intolerances or dietary requirement so we can make your meal perfect for you.
As a qualified sommelier, your host would be delighted to introduce you to the world of wines, recommending the best ones from our wine cellar. During a wine tasting, Mathias Wieser takes you on a journey across the Austrian wine regions. “The small Styrian wine areas offer an astonishing variety, and it is our aim to discover and collect the most precious ones for our friends and guests. We keep close friendly contact with the best wine growers.”
In this spirit: In vino salvatio (in wine, salvation – may wine relieve life’s burdens)