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Landhotel Strasserwirt, Tyrol (St. Ulrich at the Pillersee) 

Landhotel Strasserwirt, Tyrol (St. Ulrich at the Pillersee)
A charming, traditional family run riding hotel in a spectacular valley in the heart of the beautiful Tyrol region surrounded by the mountain ranges of Loferer Steinberge and the Kitzbuheler Alps.
Hack out on haflingers suited to the mountain terrain. 'Improve your riding' programme, dressage and jump training from award winning instructors in the sandschool on home bred warmbloods and Arab horses. Short drive from Salzburg.
'Learn to ride' programmes for adults and kids. This great venue for riders offers a super indoor arena as well as outdoor facilities.
A great family venue at a competitive price. English tack. In winter, there is skiing (1km) Buchensteinwand - Bergbahn Pillersee. Riding lessons in winter.

If you have any questions about the riding before arrival please email info@strasserwirt.at

   Activities:
  • Trail rides and hacks
  • Mountain riding
  • Dressage
  • Jumping
  • Learn to ride
  • Family friendly
  • Ride & Ski
    Hotel Facilities:
  • Sauna, Steam room, Massage Center
  • Kids play room
  • Nearby fly fishing
  • Paragliding
  • Biking and hiking
  • Free internet
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"The time at Strasserwirt was lovely and we plan to return sometime so that says it all really. Megan ,the competent rider,enjoyed the tuition greatly. Suzi the main trainer did a great job and Dawn enjoyed the schooling and ride outs. Suzi I would say is very hardworking and organized.I was very impressed by the general standard of the horses and stables. The setting at Strasserwirt is truly stunning and we witnessed the fires up on the mountains for the longest day. My knee injury held me back a little but the gentle walks and trips up the chair lifts were fine as the weather was kind to us. PS. Megan says the horses were of a very high standard as Dad doesn't know anything. please pass on how much we enjoyed the holiday to all the Nothegger family and hope to see them again soon. Craig and family, Norway The time at Strasserwirt was lovely and we plan to return sometime so that says it all really. Megan ,the competent rider,enjoyed the tuition greatly. Suzi the main trainer did a great job and Dawn enjoyed the schooling and ride outs. Suzi I would say is very hardworking and organized.I was very impressed by the general standard of the horses and stables. The setting at Strasserwirt is truly stunning and we witnessed the fires up on the mountains for the longest day. My knee injury held me back a little but the gentle walks and trips up the chair lifts were fine as the weather was kind to us. So finally thanks for getting us there and we will speak again soon no doubt. PS. Megan says the horses were of a very high standard as Dad doesn't know anything. please pass on how much we enjoyed the holiday to all the Nothegger family and hope to see them again soon. Thanks again Kat for introducing us to this lovely place." Craig and family, Norway
"The Strasserwirt is a good example of the kind of quality, family run Austrian hotel that we've come to know and love over the years (we've travelled to Austria for skiing holidays for many years now, but this was the first time riding).The rooms are comfortable, reasonably spacious and well furnished. The staff were fantastic. Friendly, efficient and keen to help with any little problems we had. The food was excellent and plentiful. The skiing is fairly limited for advanced skiers, but we still managed to enjoy several hours skiing per day. The school horses were also very good. We mostly rode the same horses all week, swapping occasionally for variety (Oskar was a sweetie, Gazal needed a firmer hand!). Usually it was just myself and Andrea in a class, but occasionally other riders joined in. Suzy, the instructor, took care to adapt the exercises to our ability level and spoke quite good English. We only managed 2 hours riding per day, usually from 10am to 11am and again from 4pm to 5pm, with a few hours skiing in between. To be frank, this was quite enough. After riding, skiing and then riding again, we were quite ready for dinner and an early bed! I think it would only be possible to ride 3 hours per day if you skipped the skiing altogether. Overall, we really enjoyed ourselves, and will definitely return to Austria for a summer riding holiday." David and Andrea, Hull
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