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Hotel Inntaler Hof, Mösern

Tyrol – a region with wide appeal
 
This excellent-value 4-star hotel in the heart of the Tyrol offers warm hospitality, fantastic cuisine, a superb spa and indoor pool, and panoramic valley views. There’s a variety of ways to enjoy the snow, with extensive winter walking and cross-country trails nearby, as well as a good selection of other snow-based activities.
Hotel Inntaler Hof, Mösern. 7 nights
Hotel Inntaler Hof, Mösern. 7 nights
 

Holiday information

 

A winter holiday in Mösern, Tyrol,

for skiers and non-skiers
Situated in the heart of the Tyrol, a picturesque region renowned for its hospitality, the historic village of Mösern enjoys the best of both worlds: an idyllic setting boasting inspirational views over the Inn Valley, as well as easy access to Seefeld, the perfect winter playground.
Here, beneath a backdrop of jagged mountains, lie a wide range of winter walking paths, as well as cross-country trails for all levels, and well-regarded downhill pistes. The choice doesn’t stop there, though – you can also explore the Tyrol’s snow-covered scenery on a snowshoe hike or horse-drawn sleigh ride; try your hand at ice-skating and curling; or, for a complete change, enjoy a day out to the fairy-tale city of Innsbruck, with its dramatic mountain backdrop and impressive Imperial Palace.

The Hotel Inntaler Hof is the perfect place from which to enjoy all this, and more, with the added bonus of a superb spa and first-rate cuisine. We have worked with English-speaking owners Stefan and Daniela Heidkamp for many years, and can assure you of a very warm and genuine welcome here. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the hotel is praised equally highly by the families staying here at holiday time as by the keen skiers and walkers with whom it is very popular during the rest of the season.
 

Our expert says

"It’s true that, unless you’re a fairly good cross-country skier, you need to take the bus to reach the skiing, but this is a small price to pay to stay in such a wonderful hotel. The Inntaler Hof embodies the best of the Tyrol, and the views over the Inn Valley are the icing on the cake."
Rebecca Bruce, Inntravel snow holiday expert
 

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Inclusive value

For a different perspective of this beautiful area, a complimentary horse-drawn sleigh ride is included for holidays starting between 7-15 January and 11-19 March 2023.
 

Winter activities

There’s no fixed itinerary, so take your pick of the activities as the mood takes you.
  • 142km in the Olympiaregion Seefeld
    Framed by the towering Wetterstein Mountains and enjoying far-reaching views from its privileged perch high on the Seefeld plateau, Mösern is a superbly scenic place to walk. The winter trails are suitable for all fitness levels; those in the village begin 200 metres from the hotel, while further options are just a short bus ride away (use your visitor’s card for free local travel).

    All trails are well signed, and the snow specially flattened to facilitate walking. In the detailed documentation we provide, we give an overview of our favourite options, including the following three routes:

    Mösern-Wildmoos circuit: 11.5km
    Starting from the centre of Mösern, this beautiful circular route initially heads westward, looping around Lake Möserer before entering the peaceful Wildmoos Valley. One of the highlights of the walk is the chance to call into the Wildmoosalm – this delightful mountain restaurant is renowned for its tasty Tyrolean dumpling soup and traditional Apfelstrudel (‘apple strudel’).

    Mösern to Seefeld: 4km
    This shorter route is a good leg-stretcher, exploring some of the forested land that lies between Mösern and Seefeld. For those keen for a longer walk, it’s possible to add a circuit of Lake Möserer at the beginning, and to return from Seefeld on foot rather than making use of the free local bus service.

    Buchen-Katzenloch circuit: 9km
    Take the bus from Mösern to the nearby village of Buchen to begin this varied walk through landscapes once roamed by wolves, bears, lynx and wild cats. Before setting off, you have the opportunity to visit Buchen’s Bergbauen Museum, which gives an interesting insight into life in the mountains. It’s also well worth stopping by the Ropferstub’m inn for a delicious blueberry pancake – the house speciality.
    Enjoy a walk around Lake Möserer ©Olympiaregion Seefeld Johannes Geyer
    Winter walking ©Olympiaregion Seefeld Johannes Geyer
  • 279km in the Olympiaregion Seefeld; best suited to intermediates & advanced
    Mösern’s cross-country trails lie just a short walk from the hotel, and those that lead away from the village feed into an extensive local network centred around the nearby resort of Seefeld – a frequent host of World Cup events. Bus travel across the network is free of charge with your visitor’s card, though a trail pass is required to access the trails. 

    The terrain close to Mösern is reasonably steep and best suited to more accomplished skiers. Beginners should not be put off, however, as the ski school in Mösern is excellent, and up on the Seefeld plateau there is a wide range of trails for all abilities. Here are some of our favourite options:

    Nachtloipe: 3km
    Winding across the plateau between Mösern and Seefeld, this short trail is popular with beginners, and is perfect for finding your ‘ski legs’ on your first day. The trail can be accessed by bus.

    Mösern: 3km
    This intermediate-level trail is accessible to skiers of all abilities, and often enjoys all-day sunshine. The trail passes the bottom of the Seewald downhill lift, where you can pause for refreshments and catch the bus back to the hotel.

    Wildmoos: 5km
    Heading away from the hustle and bustle of Seefeld, this challenging trail takes you up to the Wildmoosalm, a delightful mountain restaurant that makes an excellent lunch stop.
    Beautiful trails around nearby Seefeld
  • Downhill skiing, horse-drawn sleigh rides & more

    Downhill skiing – best for beginners & intermediates
    Mösern’s proximity to the highly regarded downhill resort of Seefeld – it’s no more than a 5-minute bus ride away – affords easy access to a wide selection of beginner and intermediate runs. There is also a small downhill slope in the village itself: conveniently located just opposite the ski school, it’s ideal for families and those learning to ski for the first time.  

    Horse-drawn sleigh rides
    There can be few more magical ways to experience Mösern’s peaceful wintry scenery than by horse-drawn sleigh. For holidays starting between 7-15 January and 11-19 March 2023, we include a relaxing sleigh ride through the forests; outside these dates, your hotel will be happy to organise a ride for you (please discuss and pay locally).

    Snowshoeing
    With their larger frames and impressive traction, snowshoes open up landscapes that are off-limits to most walkers, skiers and vehicles. A particularly exciting option from Mösern leads up the Brunschkopf, where you can pick up the ‘Ice Age Trail’ and hike to an altitude of 1,510 metres. Your reward? Glorious, almost 360-degree views…

    Ice-skating & curling
    There is an outdoor ice rink in Seefeld, beautifully situated by the pretty Seekirchl church. The rink is open daily and offers skate hire and once-weekly curling lessons (the latter are free with your visitor’s card but need to be booked up to 24 hours in advance – your hotel will be able to assist with this).

    Tobogganing
    The Seefeld region is home to a number of toboggan runs, with the closest being the 2.5-kilometre natural run from the Reitherjoch Alm (access is by bus and ski lift). Toboggans can be hired from the hotel.
    Horse-drawn sleigh rides
    Enjoy a snowshoe hike ©Olympiaregion Seefeld
  • Innsbruck & more

    Innsbruck
    Take the bus and train (pay locally for the latter) to Innsbruck, where we provide notes for a self-guided city walking tour. With the Dolomites to the south and the Tyrolean peaks to the north and west, this fairy-tale city boasts a splendid mountain panorama. Admire the Baroque façades of the houses lining Herzog Friedrich Strasse, and do not miss the Imperial Palace and the beautiful Goldenes Dachl ('Golden Roof'), an extraordinary Gothic bay window with 2,657 gilded copper tiles dating from the rule of Emperor Maximilian I.

    Rosshütte
    A favourite day out of ours is to head to Rosshütte. Sitting just below the Seefelder Joch peak, the views on a clear day are quite spectacular. Access is from Seefeld by the Standseilbahn, a funicular railway which whisks you from 1,230 to 1,760 metres. At the top, there is a self-service panoramic restaurant – choose to sit inside or, later in the season, enjoy the sunshine out on the terrace.
    Visit Innsbruck ©Innsbruck Tourismus
  • An ideal family destination
    Mösern and the Inntaler Hof make a particularly good choice for families. The hotel caters very well for children of all ages, with good-sized family rooms and apartments, as well as a kids’ club that offers plenty of indoor and outdoor fun – including painting, handicrafts and tobogganing – to all children over the age of three. (The club is open from Sunday-Friday during the main holiday period, over Christmas, New Year and in February.)

    Children over three can also benefit from lessons at the village ski school, which is located 600 metres from the hotel and opposite a small downhill slope – where the children’s lessons are held, conditions permitting. The larger ski area around Seefeld is easily accessible, too – the lifts are just a few minutes’ bus ride away.
    Have fun in the snow ©Olympiaregion Seefeld
    Ice-skating in nearby Seefeld ©Olympiaregion Seefeld
  • Special events
    Enjoy a traditional Tyrolean Christmas Eve with a gala dinner (there are also lots of activities for children). New Year is marked with a candlelit gala dinner, followed by fireworks at midnight, and dancing until the early hours.
 

Where you stay

Perched above the Inn valley, Mösern (altitude: 1206m) is said to have the most hours of sunshine in the Tyrol. Besides its stunning views, this peaceful village’s great feature is its open-air bronze bell, the largest in the Alps, which rings out at 5pm each day as a symbol of peace. Mösern itself is quite small, with just a handful of shops and a café. In contrast, Seefeld, 3km away, is considerably larger and more bustling, offering a wide range of shops, cafés and restaurants; a swimming pool complex; as well as discos and even a casino.

Please note: most beds in Austrian hotels are normally one large base with two mattresses/duvets. We refer to these as 'Austrian Twins' and they are locally regarded to serve requests for both double and twin bedded rooms. Separate twin beds or traditional double beds with one large mattress are rare and cannot be guaranteed.
Hotel Inntaler Hof

Bedrooms

 
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  • 7 nights: 16 December 2022 - 26 March 2023

    Start set days* | End by latest date(s) shown above

    Starting Adults 9-12 yrs 6-8 yrs 3-5 yrs
    16 Dec - 17 Dec 2022 # £1345 £845 £675 £575
    23 Dec - 24 Dec 2022 £1835 £1155 £920 £780
    30 Dec - 31 Dec 2022 £1675 £1055 £835 £715
    06 Jan - 17 Jan 2023 £1285 £810 £645 £545
    18 Jan - 24 Jan 2023 £1245 £785 £625 £530
    25 Jan - 10 Feb 2023 £1395 £880 £695 £595
    11 Feb - 12 Feb 2023 # £1895 £1195 £945 £810
    18 Feb - 19 Feb 2023 # £1595 £995 £795 £680
    25 Feb - 03 Mar 2023 £1450 £915 £725 £615
    04 Mar - 19 Mar 2023 £1330 £840 £665 £565
    Single traveller supplement £60      

    Includes all elements of the holiday itself (accommodation, meals and any additional elements as described), plus flights (usually from London) and onward travel as described.

    *Start days: 16-31 Dec Friday/Saturday; from 6 Jan Friday-Sunday & Wednesday except 11-24 Feb Saturday/Sunday
    #Supplements apply on 16 Dec, 12 & 19 Feb; please contact us for details

    Prices for children are based on sharing a room with 2 adults. Depending on the age and number of children in your family, it may be necessary to upgrade to a larger room and pay the stated supplement (see ‘Additional prices’ below)

    The 'Single traveller supplement' applies for solo travellers

    Included travel: British Airways Heathrow or Gatwick to Innsbruck (2h05) (times vary, please contact us for details; hold luggage included) or Inghams charter Gatwick-Innsbruck (2h) (Sat only, out dep 1015, home arr 1515; hold luggage included), connecting transfer (0h50)

    Prices are subject to availability and flight supplements may apply. Book early for Christmas, New Year and school holidays. We can also book different flight routes (see flight section below). Please contact us to discuss any pricing implications.

    7 nights: 16 December 2022 - 26 March 2023

    Start set days* | End by latest date(s) shown above

    Starting Adults 9-12 yrs 6-8 yrs 3-5 yrs
    16 Dec - 17 Dec 2022 £1475 not available not available not available
    23 Dec - 24 Dec 2022 £1770 not available not available not available
    30 Dec - 31 Dec 2022 £1795 not available not available not available
    06 Jan - 17 Jan 2023 £1525 not available not available not available
    18 Jan - 24 Jan 2023 £1495 not available not available not available
    25 Jan - 10 Feb 2023 £1645 not available not available not available
    11 Feb - 12 Feb 2023 £1795 not available not available not available
    18 Feb - 19 Feb 2023 £1745 not available not available not available
    25 Feb - 03 Mar 2023 £1595 not available not available not available
    04 Mar - 19 Mar 2023 £1475 not available not available not available

    Includes all elements of the holiday itself (accommodation, meals and any additional elements as described), plus Eurostar and onward rail services from London St Pancras, Ebbsfleet or Ashford, plus any transfer to the hotel as described below (see 'Rail option from London' section).

    * Start days: 16-31 Dec Friday/Saturday; from 6 Jan Friday-Sunday & Wednesday except 11-24 Feb Saturday/Sunday

    The 'Single traveller supplement' applies for solo travellers.

    Prices are subject to availability and supplements may apply. Book early for Christmas, New Year and school holidays.

  • Room upgrades (supplement per room per night)

    Hotel Inntaler Hof, Mösern
    Family apartment (sleeps 4-6): 16 Dec - 26 Mar 2023 £20
    Single room: 16 Dec - 26 Mar 2023 £0
    'Style': 16 Dec - 26 Mar 2023 £32
  • Choose a leisurely route on Austria’s NightJet sleeper train. Leaving London late morning on weekdays, you can reach Austria with just one change of train in Amsterdam. Enjoy dinner in this vibrant city before boarding the sleeper, then wake up refreshed in Austria. Have a quick coffee in Innsbruck before taking a local train followed by a short transfer to the hotel.

    On weekends when the direct London–Amsterdam Eurostar is not running, you can take a route via Brussels to Cologne, where you can have dinner by the Rhine before joining the sleeper.

    > Travelling by train to Austria: what to expect
    > More about 'by rail' prices

    We have based our prices (which include continental breakfast and a private 2-berth cabin with 2 bunk beds and a washbasin on the sleeper train) on the routes we recommend below, but our rail specialists can tailor the arrangements to suit you and provide a quotation.

    One alternative, for example, is to take high-speed trains to Zürich and stay overnight. The following morning, watch spectacular mountain scenery unfold as you travel through the Arlberg Pass into Austria. Another option would be to take the sleeper route to Austria, and return via Zürich.

    Route on which prices are based (via Amsterdam)

    Outward journey - departing
    London Tue, Thu or Fri
    Departure time
    from London
    Arrival time
    at hotel
    St Pancras–Amsterdam (Eurostar, 4h), Amsterdam–Innsbruck (NightJet sleeper, 14h30), Innsbruck–Seefeld in Tirol (regional rail, 0h30), transfer to hotel (0h15) approx 1100 next day at approx 1130
    Homeward journey - departing
    hotel Sun or Wed
    Departure time
    from hotel
    Arrival time
    in London
    Transfer to Seefeld in Tirol (0h15), Seefeld in Tirol–Innsbruck (regional rail, 0h30), Innsbruck–Amsterdam (NightJet sleeper, 14h), Amsterdam–St Pancras (Eurostar, 4h) approx 1600 (this allows time for dinner in Innsbruck before boarding the sleeper) next day at approx 1700

    Route on which prices are based (via Cologne)

    Outward journey - departing
    London Sat
    Departure time
    from London
    Arrival time
    at hotel
    St Pancras–Brussels–Cologne (Eurostar & Thalys, 4h), Cologne–Innsbruck (NightJet sleeper, 12h), Innsbruck–Seefeld in Tirol (regional rail, 0h30), transfer to hotel (0h15) approx 1100 next day at approx 1130
    Homeward journey - departing
    hotel Fri or Sat
    Departure time
    from hotel
    Arrival time
    in London
    Transfer to Seefeld in Tirol (0h15), Seefeld in Tirol–Innsbruck (regional rail, 0h30), Innsbruck–Cologne (NightJet sleeper, 10h), Cologne–Brussels–St Pancras (ICE & Eurostar, 4h) approx 1600 (this allows time for dinner in Innsbruck before boarding the sleeper) next day at approx 1900 on Sat, 1700 on Sun
What is included
  • 7 nights
  • 7 dinners
    7 breakfasts
  • afternoon snacks
    soft drinks with dinner
  • room with valley view
  • local area bus pass
  • detailed information about the area
  • rail travel or flights from London (regional flights available)
  • transfers from/to Innsbruck Airport (if flying)
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