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The Lammwirt: A History

Hospitality is a long-standing tradition at the Lammwirt

Until 1977, what is now the Lammwirt was a mountain farm. Yet, it was only given its name when our parents, Theresia and Kaspar, began keeping sheep in the yard. In the end, they opened a snack-bar here where, among other things, they cooked lamb for the guests. Even in winter would guests come, bringing their toboggans up from the village so they could eat at the Lammwirt before sledging back down into the valley. In 1984, the farm was turned into an inn with five rooms and a restaurant which could seat 90 diners.
16 years later, the property was renovated and the toboggan run, which stretches high up into the forest, was illuminated so it could be used at night. This was a very popular move, which is why we relocated and pedestrianised it in 2005. The big renovation took place in 2006 and the Lammwirt became what it is today – a modern hotel establishment with a restaurant where we look after our guests as they leave the hustle and bustle of daily life behind and truly relax.