Located right in the heart of Brixlegg, at the entrance to Alpbachtal valley, you will discover the Herrnhaus, an inn with a centuries-old history. During the heyday of mining in Tyrol, the "Hammerherren" resided here. Today, this traditional inn entices with its outstanding cuisine. Their fine dishes are served in five different dining rooms as well as a pleasant outdoor area. The main dining hall also provides space for festivities of every kind.
The specialties of Gasthof Herrnhaus include wild game from their own hunting grounds and dishes with handmade pasta. The kitchen team continually surprises with new and deliciously creative ideas, though never forgetting tradition. Their garden is the domain of hostess Sandra Moigg. There, she grows herbs and vegetables that are used in the kitchen, as well as the flowers with which she ensures a delightful seasonal ambiance in each of the dining rooms.
Who cooks at the Herrnhaus?
Owner, host, and head chef Christian Moigg together with his son Lukas Moigg and their team.
Who were the “Hammerherren”?
The term “Hammerherren” refers to the owners of hammer mills. The most famous Hammerherren of the region were the Fuggers, a wealthy merchant family from Augsburg.
When was the Herrnhaus first mentioned in historical records?
In the year 1416.