This 400-year-old castle with its baroque tower has inspired paintings by Turner and Schiele and is a charming and atmospheric place to stay, with a superb restaurant. You will find antiques in many of the public rooms. Guest rooms are tastefully furnished and have polished wood floors and lovely wainscoting. The owner, Heino Huber, who is also the chef of the hotel's highly regarded restaurant, offers gourmet cooking classes on request. Specialties include beautifully
presented pike-perch on a bed of pumpkin puree with baby asparagus. If you want a blowout meal in a lovely, romantic setting, this is the place to go. In summer try to get a table in the charming courtyard.