Experience the castle
Vacation at the castle hotel in Austria
Experience an exclusive world of extraordinary style amidst the pristine landscape of the National Park Hohe Tauern. Our castle hotel in Austria is characterized by the mix of tradition and modernity with timeless elegance.
Once owned by Salzburg’s mighty archbishops, this four-star superior castle hotel in Austria today welcomes guests from all over the world: Particularly those with a passion for the extraordinary, true connoisseurs, conference and seminar guests with a thirst for knowledge, and bon vivants.Staying
There couldn’t be a more beautiful site for a castle. The scenic Salzach Valley lies below our four-star superior hotel in Mittersill.
The gentle tops of the Kitzbühel grass mountains rise in the north, behind them the imposing summits of the Kitzbühel Alps and, in the south, the Hohe Tauern.
You can enjoy unrestricted panoramic views from the castle courtyard, and bird’s eye views of the surroundings from other parts of the castle.
Battlements & fortified tower
The fortified tower and the battlements are part of the west wing of the castle and date back to the 15th century. They were used to guard the castle and you can still see some of the shooting holes in the walls.
Epoch of bygone times
The foyer on the first floor is part of the ‘original’ Schloss Mittersill. It particularly impresses with its furniture from the early 19th century.
Mystical and historical at the same time. Learn more about the "witch mania" that took place in Austria and throughout Europe in the 15th century.
Unique and special. Numerous high-quality wines from all over the world and fine rarities await your tasting in the historic 15th century wine cellar.
Clark Gabel golf bag
In times gone by, Clark Gabel was a frequently seen guest at Mittersill Castle. His tennis tournaments were legendary and he was also involved in the beginnings of golf in Mittersill.
Glashaus & panoramic terrace
Dine with a view. Situated high above Mittersill on the castle gate is the glass house (also called Salettl or Turmstube). From here, an indescribable 360 °C panoramic view opens up.
The castle’s chapel is the oldest chapel building in Mittersill and was built in 1533 after the castle was renovated. The chapel room is in late Gothic style, noticeable in the pointed arch windows made with a fine cement casting, and the Gothic wooden altar.
The castle garden below the castle impresses every visitor as a place of peace and power. Only the beauty of the flowers & plants distracts one from the fascinating view of the surrounding mountains.
Historic arches, an open fireplace, a large table with a heavy top - all conducive to an inviting atmosphere that produces hearty laughter, good conversations and special moments.
A place of peace and fascination. It is where you can see endless views of the Hohe Tauern mountains and the Kitzbühel Alps, as well as the Salzach valley. It is impressive - over and over again.
In the legendary times of the sports and shooting club once dined here even Sir Windsor.
Historic secret corners
History and stories dating back 900 years surround our luxury castle hotel in Mittersill. It has functioned as a fortress, the seat of counts, princes, and archbishops, and a meeting place for the international jet set. The Sport and Shooting Club founded in the castle was once the most elite society club in the world.