Restaurants and inns

Culinary delectation in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve

Warm hospitality, best quality and enjoyment at the highest level - those are the hallmarks of the restaurants and inns in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve. Taste your way through the local cuisine and sample new, tasty dishes. In addition to Tirolean specialties, the menus also feature international classics and various dishes for all tastes. Find a suitable restaurant or tavern for your meal in the townships of Hopfgarten, Itter, Kelchsau, Angath, Angerberg, Mariastein, Wörgl or Kirchbichl. Choose your preferred restaurant now and read more about it in the detail view.

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Treat yourself to some culinary delights on your holiday. The traditional inns in Hopfgarten, the international restaurants in Wörgl or the taverns in the other holiday resorts of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve look forward to welcoming you. Pick an inn, in the detail view you’ll find all contact details, as well as the current opening hours. The restaurants and inns lend themselves perfectly for celebrations or other events. Your best bet is to contact your preferred establishment directly. The hosts always try to help you realise your ideas and requests. Still looking for a special location? Please don’t hesitate to contact the Team of the Holiday Region Hohe Salve for assistance.

  • Yeast dumplings in an Alpine inn on the Hohe Salve
    A warm yeast dumpling with poppyseed in vanilla sauce - sheer culinary poetry at the Alpine inns in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve.
  • Soup with pressed dumplings Holiday Region Hohe Salve
    A warm pressed cheese dumpling soup is perfect for warming up and getting new energy for the day’s skiing in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve.
  • Tirolean Gröstl (pan-cooked potatoes with meat and onions) in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve
    A Tirolean Gröstl with a fried egg and bacon is particularly tasty in one of the numerous Alpine inns in the Holiday Region Hohe Salve.


  • checkReservations: not required, but recommended in the high season and on weekends.

  • checkTipping: not mandatory, but customary and appropriate for good service

  • checkPayment: Note, not all restaurants accept payment by card; separate bills are usually possible without problems