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Meisser

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • unique ambience and style of the renovated farmhouses
  • special local cuisine
  • inspired views from the lawn

    Cons

  • you are out in the sticks with nowhere to go except the great outdoors
  • basic amenities (like an ATM) are a 20-minute drive

Meisser Review

This picturesque, family-owned hotel, made up of three ancient farmhouses, has sgraffiti and flower boxes on the outside, antiques and honey-color pine on the inside, and a luxurious restaurant serving tasty local dishes. In summer, an adjacent garden eatery is open to enjoy specialties such as chamois with a walnut crust and elderberry sauce or Lamm auf Alpenheu (lamb simmered in aromatic local Alpine grasses). Most of the guest rooms are simple and modern, though you can have a splendid carved-pine room if you pay a bit more. An adjacent, renovated 17th-century farmhouse has a half-dozen suites.

    Hotel Details

  • 20 rooms, 5 suites.
  • Rate includes breakfast, some meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
  • Closed early Apr.–early May, and Nov.
Updated: 10-09-2012

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