Mayrhofen

Austria, Austrian Tyrol

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Church in Mayrhofen
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Learn to Yodel in Mayrhofen
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Mayrhofen Achensee steam train
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Mayrhofen Hiking
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Mayrhofen mountain view
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Mayrhofen Streets
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Mayrhofen trails
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Mountain Biking in Mayrhofen
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Resort Filler Green Fields
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Resort Mayrhofen Mountains
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View of Mayrhofen
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Walkers in Mayrhofen
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Walking in Mayrhofen

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An established Austrian favourite in the heart of the Tyrol

This lively, bustling village is one of the most popular summer resorts in the Tyrol, offering an unrivalled range of activities, excursions and events throughout the summer. Situated at the end of the Ziller Valley, there is extensive walking for all levels in 4 local valleys, and the ‘Zillertal Natur’ runs an excellent programme of FREE guided walks. An old-fashioned steam locomotive is a popular way to explore the valley, and in the evenings it is wonderful to sit outside whilst Mayrhofen comes alive with regular live music and traditional festivals. The name Mayrhofen derives from “Meierhof”, an episcopal farmyard dating back to 1200 AD.

Penken Lift

The state-of-the-art 3S Gondola Penken lift is open from approx 14 May to 09 October. The construction of the Penkenbahn marked the beginning of a new era in Mayrhofen with a sleek climb up the near-sheer rock face to the top of the mountain, where numerous hiking trails begin. Transporting 32 people per gondola, it has halved the old journey time to a speedy eight minutes and has the convenience of Wi-Fi access.

Accommodation

Elisabeth Hotel

The Elisabeth Hotel is a small, charming hotel, well known for its superb cuisine, fine wines and excellent hospitality.

From
£ 639 per person
Chalet Tirol

Sleeps: 17-22 Guests

Comfortable chalet in the traditional Tyrolean style centrally located just 2 minutes’ (200m) walk from the Penken cable-cars with many hiking & biking trails start within a few minutes’ walk.

From
£ 600 per person
Alpenhotel Kramerwirt

In a very central location opposite the church in the heart of the village.

From
£ 489 per person
Hotel Alpina - Schwendau

This friendly, homely hotel is owned by the very hospitable and welcoming Gertraud Hauser and her family. Set in a peaceful location in the small hamlet of Schwendau, Hotel Alpina is only 4km from Mayrhofen, and a regular bus service runs between the villages during the day.

From
£ 499 per person
Hotel Berghof

In a great location in the centre of the village, the attractive Hotel Berghof has lots of Austrian charm.

From
£ 519 per person
Hotel Garni Strass

Centrally located near to the Penkenbahn and interlinked with the Sporthotel Strass, the Strass Garni is an attractively furnished house in modern Austrian style.

From
£ 499 per person
Hotel Kristall

Situated close to the village centre, the traditional Kristall hotel gives a personal welcome to our guests.

From
£ 499 per person
Hotel Neuhaus

One of Mayrhofen's oldest hotels and full of history and charm. Josef Moigg and his family have been personally welcoming Inghams guests to Hotel Neuhaus for years.

From
£ 519 per person
Hotel Rose

In a quiet location only 5 minutes’ walk from the centre, this traditional four star hotel is known for its good service and food and its relaxed atmosphere.

From
£ 598 per person
Hotel Strass

Undoubtedly two of the best known hotels in Mayrhofen. Centrally located next to the Penkenbahn, the interconnecting Strass and Sport Strass hotels are both impressive and welcoming.

From
£ 519 per person
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