The Walserstube Inn is housed in the so-called "Krumpa House", a building about 400 years old. The house, located opposite the filial church of St. Sebastian, likely served as an inn already in days gone by.

You may have to duck a bit when entering the dining area with its low ceiling. But once inside, it's all the more cosy. Just like in an old doll's house, a journalist once wrote.

The house was inhabited until 1964, and since 1988 it once again serves as an inn. 

In 1999 Elmar Kurz bought the building, and since May 2011 it is owned by the Canal family.

Like good food in a rustic atmosphere? Then pay a visit to this original Tirolean inn.

We look forward to seeing you!


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