Stiegl-Gut Wildshut in St. Pantaleon, 35 km north of Salzburg, is nestled amidst nature and boasts various historic buildings, making it a truly special haven for your wedding celebration. What sets Stiegl-Gut Wildshut apart, among many other charming details, is the fact that they host only up to 10 weddings a year. This is because their top priority is to guarantee the highest possible quality for each event.
The wedding banquet, hosting up to 150 guests, takes place in the Moarhaus. This venue has been preserved in all its authentic imperfection, with its barn-like character, impressive ceiling height, and wooden roof beams creating an atmosphere that is quite unique. Thoughtful decorative elements and sophisticated lighting techniques ensure an unparalleled ambiance. They forgo the use of outside catering companies, since Stiegl-Gut Wildshut, being Austria's first beer estate, embraces the essence of a circular economy. True to the "from field to glass" philosophy, a major emphasis is placed on regional and seasonal products. And in fact, most of the food and drinks served here are indeed home-grown and produced in-house.
The Stiegl-Gut Wildshut team is always on hand to assist you at every step of the planning and implementation process, ensuring your special day runs smoothly and just the way you envisioned.
For a non-denominational ceremony, the Stiegl-Gut Wildshut offers the perfect setting, especially in the idyllic garden during pleasant weather. Those seeking a castle ambiance for their special moment will find what they're looking for at nearby Schloss Wildshut. Upon request, the Stiegl team is happy to contact the castle management office on your behalf to check on availability. A civil ceremony can be held at the town hall in St. Pantaleon or at the "Silent Night Chapel" in Oberndorf. For religious ceremonies, nearby parishes include St. Pantaleon, Ostermiething, Haigermoos, and the quaint town of St. Georgen (Roman Catholic). The nearest Protestant church is the Christuskirche on Schwarzstraße in Salzbur.
Stiegl-Gut Wildshut has its own guesthouse. In the beautifully designed guest rooms, you will find an abundance of natural wood along with pine beds, hop-stuffed pillows, and carefully selected details. True to the spirit of peace and relaxation at this rejuvenating location, a conscious decision has been made to forego TVs, Wi-Fi, and telephones.
How long can we celebrate?
Music can be played until 1:30 am, while the curfew is at 2 am.
Can we organize an on-site tour?
Yes, absolutely. During a guided tour, including a tasting session, beer enthusiasts can learn all about the raw ingredients, the beer brewing process, and the underlying philosophy at Stiegl-Gut Wildshut.
How many rooms are there at Stiegl-Gut Wildshut?
The guesthouse at Stiegl-Gut Wildshut has a total of 22 rooms. For a wedding celebration, at least 11 rooms must be rented. If all rooms are booked, a discounted room rate is available.