The ancestral home was built in the years between 1515 and 1520. The castle under monumental protection is based directly to the river Inn and the close-by Inntal-Cycle-Path in a beautiful and calm scenery amidst gorgeous scenting meadows and orchards. It invites you to stay in the rustical, cozy facilities, the sunny situated patio or in the guest garden next to the river Inn.
There are 10 modernized guestrooms (overall 20 beds) available, should you want to stay longer in this family run hotel. The hotel is suited for business travellers as well as for cyclists, who are traveling along the Inntal Cycle Path. Our plain cuisine based on regionality, local specialities as well as contemporary meals make for a balanced variety. Our restaurant is member of the "Tiroler Wirtshaus" club and we have dedicated ourselves completely to the tyrolean cuisine, because regionality and freshness also taste good.
You can easily reach our hotel from the Inntalautobahn. It's only 5 minutes from the highway-exit Schwaz to our hotel. You can find directions to Mitterhart Castle here.
History of the castle hotel Mitterhart in Vomp
Mitterhart Castle was built in the 16th century by the Noble Knight Hieronymus of Stauber († 1636), a financial expert working for the Fugger family. That made him lord of the residences Mitterhart and Siegmundslust in Vomp. Ferdinand Fieger of Hirschberg († 1710) married Regina of Immhof, the last woman out of the House of Stauber, and expanded Mitterhart to a mansion-like residence around 1700. The last Fiegers died 1803 in the Ladies' Abbey in Hall in Tyrol. Johann Gwercher (†1852) bought Mitterhart Castle in 1802 - therefore the name "Gwercher Schlößl". Around 1853 Josef Knight of Wörz from Matrei am Brenner bought the castle. On the 27th of April 1873 it was purchased from Josef Mayr, a carter, salesman and landowner from Matrei am Brenner. Since 1938 the "Gwercher Schlössl" is lead on as a farm and restaurant under it's old name "Mitterhart Castle". The ancestral home is being lead with tradition and responsibility in the sixth generation.
We are anticipating your stay,
your family Mair and the castle Mitterhart team.
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News at Castle Mitterhart
Culinary pleasures at castle restaurant Mitterhart
Tasty meals out of the castle kitchen!
We change our menu according to the season.
We would like to present the following culinary excerpt and emphasis from our current menu in the link below:
The actual culinary delights ...
Für alle Yogabegeisterten! Tanja Happacher veranstaltet in den Monaten Mai bis Ende August 2020 ihre Yogakurse in unserem Schlossgarten. Jeweils samstags ab 8:30 bis 9:45 Uhr und mittwochs ab 18:30 bis ca. 19:45 Uhr Coronabedingt ist die Teilnehmer*innenzahl auf maximal 9 Personen beschränkt. Mitzubringen sind wenn vorhanden Matte od. Decke, Kurse sind für Einsteiger und …
For all Yoga enthusiasts! Tanja Happacher is hosting her yoga lessons in our castle garden during the months of May until end of August 2019. Every Saturday from 8:30am until 9:45am! Please bring a mat or blanket, lessons are suited for beginners and intermediates, sessions are paid individually and locally! NO YOGA DURING RAIN!! All details …
SILENT NIGHT HIGHLIGHTS TYROL Without the travel craze and vocal art of courageous Tyroleans, 'Silent Night' would hardly have reached the status of a global Christmas carol. Staying true to the historical role as song-spreading artists, the Tyrolean contributions of the Silent Night Anniversary 2018 focus on the communication of alpine culture and music. Through …
Nachdem die App für iPhone ja bereits länger verfügbar war, gibt es sie nun auch für Android Geräte.
The Stählerner Haufen 1499 is hosting a medieval festival in the garden of Mitterhart castle, including varied and entertaining activities for young and old! Date: Fr. 4th to Su. 6th of September 2015Entry fee: voluntary donations!
Out now: The Tiroler Wirtshaus App for IOS! For everybody who wants the Tyrolean Taverns at hand. If the quality of the offers is good, you'll stick by them... No matter where in Tyrol you are, there's always a Tyrolean Tavern in your area.