Unique location

Amidst nature

Listening and smelling. For when the ears are overwhelmed and need time off. The Hotels location is our greatest asset and increases the value of the holiday. We offer organic pastures around the Hotel and protected forests. The breathtaking views to the peaks of the Hohe Tauern National Park, the last alpine nature reserve in Europe, are free! The organic farm at the Sonnberghof is a valuable asset that we offer to you.

Simply Diverse

For our Sonnberghof guests we bring together the seemingly incompatible: a modern spa hotel with a thriving farm. The rooms and suites are carefully integrated into our country Hotel. Close to Nature discoveries and an insight into rural life happen "in passing".


In the grounds of our country hotel Sonnberghof, exists a passion for simplicity and variety. 

Exquisitely designed rooms & suites, wellness and alpine nature cuisine. 

The enthusiasm for animals and biological products characterizes our work on the organic farm. Guests can enjoy the prime location on the mountain and finally give in to the space and time of relaxation and enjoyment.


We are simply much more than just a hotel, and offer much diversity:

  • Organic farm
  • Hiking hotel
  • Spa Hotel
  • Allergy-free hotel
Bio Farm

The Sonnberghof has been farmed organically and biologically since 1992, We belong to the Bio Austria Association. Certain organic farm produce has since way back been produced for our guests- such as beef, sausage, cheese, yogurt, jams, herbs and much more, and it thrives under the careful eye of Mr Holzer and Mr. Riedlsberger. The Hotels own organic farm ensures guests have a magnificent unspoilt location with panoramic views and tranquility, Treasures that are not always guaranteed. Organic farms in Austria are strictly controlled by EU directives and The Sonnberghof meets these criteria.


The most important qualities of a bio farm:

  • 100% organic feeding
  • Animal Welfare
  • 100% organic Bio Fertilization
  • min. 160 days a year run
  • Natural Cures, no drugs


The mountain hut ‘Senningerbräu-Alm’ also belongs to the Sonnberghof and is located in the romantik Hollersbachtal valley.


Herbal Remedies!


In this spirit we cherish and maintain our herb garden. Rosemary, lemon balm, marjoram over chamomile, Thyme, feverfew, lady's mantle, Stevia and much more. One’s eyes and nose will be pampered in our herb garden!

Sustainable and Regional

Together with other dedicated hoteliers in the region we are well on the way to a sustainable 

economy. We bring the region to the hotel for our guests and introduce you to the most beautiful places, authentic events and interesting people from the region. If you want to get to know not only our home, but also the National Park Hohe Tauern and the Kitzbühel

Alps, you can take a journey of discovery with us.


We at the Sonnberghof are very proud of the National Park, which was founded over 30 years ago . 

At that time, the undertaking was considered rather sceptical by the locals and farmers. In the 

meantime we have learned to appreciate the values of nature. We can offer a protected alpine 

landscape and many guided tours of the National Park with the National Park Rangers, which for our 

guests in summer and in winter is a unique nature experience. The guided tours in the National Park are free for guests in the Sonnberghof.

Hiking Hotel in the Hohe Tauern National Park

In the heart of the Austrian Alps is the Hohe Tauern National Park, at over 1.800km² it is the second largest National Park in Europe. Austria's highest mountain peaks, vast glaciers, alpine meadows, rocks and waterfalls as well as centuries-old cultural landscapes characterize its appearance. The Hohe Tauern National Park is the last Alpine nature reserve in Europe. We are extremely proud of this unique landscape! Our hiking hotel is situated on the edge of the National Park.


For many years, the Landhotel Gut Sonnberghof has been a partner of the Hohe Tauern National Park.


The Hohe Tauern National Park is an area of extraordinary natural beauty. It is a primary landscape, so at no time has the National Park had a strong human influence, therefore  

controlled tree felling measures are now often necessary.


On the other hand, large areas like this are normally never to be entered by people. 

The harsh winters with extreme avalanche dangers make accessibility to the Hohe Tauern mountain range only for a few, very experienced climbers possible.