Guests started eating here more than 500 years ago, and they have been doing so ever since. The old dining room has wood-paneled walls and ceiling and is the perfect setting in which to enjoy a Zwiebelrostbraten (steak with onions) and a good red wine. Unfortunately, the historic tables with the beautiful inlay work are not for sale. Ernest Hemingway certainly enjoyed his stays in "the old inn with the antlers in Tschagguns." There's folk music here every Thursday at 9 pm. You can ask the staff if one of the five guest rooms is available. The reception is in the Montafoner Hof, just across the street, which belongs to the same family.