Austrian Tyrol, Austria, Soll
Dating back to the 13th century, the attractive Postwirt is Söll’s leading hotel and is full of character and Austrian charm. It offers a relaxed, informal atmosphere and stunning views from the outdoor pool across the gardens to the Hohe Salve. Ideally located in the central pedestrian area, it has an excellent reputation for good food.
Board basis options available
This property caters for the following special dietary requirements
The village of Söll lies in a lovely open valley between the majestic Wild Emperor and Hohe Salve mountains. Midway between Innsbruck and Salzburg, it is ideally situated for a wide range of excursions and is a well-established walking area. With untouched nature and fresh mountain air it is the perfect alpine setting in which to relax and explore the region. In summer Söll boasts a multitude of attractions, including the Ahornsee lake, the Hexenwasser water adventure park for children and the Moorsee lake. There are regular village festivals, folklore and live music evenings during high season in the village, and a programme of evening entertainment is also arranged by your Inghams Representative.
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Pre-book 2 full day excursions and receive a third half price (discount will be applied to the cheapest excursion)
A magnificent drive along a famous Alpine road leading right in to the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park up to the highest mountain in Austria at 3,073m, for breathtaking glacier views and a chance to see wild marmots at close range. One of our most popular excursions for nature lovers, we enjoy lunch on top of the mountain.
Full day, £34
Visit Mozart’s birthplace, the Hohensalzburg Fortress, the medieval Old Town and the famous Getreidegasse shopping street. An optional walking tour brings the history of this beautiful city to life.
Full day, £29
Cross the border into Germany and visit this beautiful Bavarian town with optional excursions to salt-mines and the spectacular Eagles Nest, Hitler’s famous hilltop retreat, where you can enjoy lunch with incredible panoramic views.
Full day, £29
Journey via the romantic village of Reit im Winkl to the Chiemsee, known as the “Bavarian Sea”. The Chiemsee is the largest lake in Bavaria. The biggest of several islands on the lake and accessible only by boat is Herrenchiemsee. The name derives from a sumptuous and wildly extravagant palace built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria. Marvel at the richly decorated interior and the stunning grounds all modelled on the Palace of Versailles. A fascinating insight into the world of a truly eccentric King.
Full day, £38
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