In a protected historic building in a classic Alpine style dating from 1400, the family-run Gasthof zum Schupfen is only a 10-minute drive from the centre of Innsbruck. It offers panoramic mountain views, an award-winning slow food restaurant, and free WiFi in public areas and most of the rooms. The spacious rooms overlook the mountains and feature light wooden furniture, a flat-screen satellite TV, and a bathroom. In Gasthof zum Schupfen’s restaurant, guests can enjoy Tyrolean and international cuisine made from regional and seasonal products, as well as local juices and South Tyrolean wines. Herbs and vegetables come from the hotel’s own garden. A varied breakfast buffet is served every morning. In fine weather, guests can enjoy breakfast on the terrace. The restaurant also has a garden, a bar, and a fireplace. Gasthof zum Schupfen is famous for serving as Tyrolean rebel leader Andreas Hofer’s headquarters during the Battles of Bergisel in 1809. His room is now a museum and can be visited. The property also features a children’s playground and a ski storage room. Free private parking is available on site. Several ski areas are a 10 to 20-minute drive away. The Innsbruck-Süd exit of the A13 motorway is a 2-minute drive away. Bus line 4145 stops right in front and takes you to Innsbruck Main Train Station in 14 minutes.
Gasthof zum Schupfen
Unterberg 5, Innsbruck, 6020, AT
Our Rating Neighborhood around town Prices 72 EUR to 140 EUR Amenities Cycling; Skiing; Chapel/Shrine; Grounds; Sun Deck; Terrace; Bar; Restaurant; Restaurant With Dining Menu; Newspapers; Free Parking; On-site Parking; Private Parking; Free Wi-Fi; Internet; Wi-FiBook a Room Now
MapUnterberg 5 Innsbruck 6020 AT Innsbruck
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