In a protected historic building in a classic Alpine style dating from 1400, the family-run Gasthof zum Schupfen is only a 10-minute drive from the centre of Innsbruck. It offers panoramic mountain views, an award-winning slow food restaurant, and free WiFi in public areas and most of the rooms.
The spacious rooms overlook the mountains and feature light wooden furniture, a flat-screen satellite TV, and a bathroom.
In Gasthof zum Schupfen’s restaurant, guests can enjoy Tyrolean and international cuisine made from regional and seasonal products.
A varied breakfast buffet is served every morning. In fine weather, guests can enjoy breakfast on the terrace. The restaurant also has a garden, a bar, and a fireplace.
Gasthof zum Schupfen is famous for serving as Tyrolean rebel leader Andreas Hofer’s headquarters during the Battles of Bergisel in 1809. His room is now a museum and can be visited. The property also features a children’s playground and a ski storage room. Free private parking is available on site.
Several ski areas are a 10 to 20-minute drive away. The Innsbruck-Süd exit of the A13 motorway is a 2-minute drive away. Bus line 4140 stops right in front and takes you to Innsbruck Main Train Station in 14 minutes.