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Welcome to the „Gasthof zum Stollhofer“ in Inzing!

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Familiar, cozy, traditional – the Gasthof Stollhofer is a family-run inn, famous for its traditional cuisine and Tyrolean hospitality. Ever since 1770, the Markt family has owned this guesthouse located in the immediate vicinity of the Inntal cycling route, not far from Innsbruck.

The Markt family is looking forwar to welcoming you, either as a holiday guest, day tripper or restaurant guest!

Here on our website, you will find useful information about our house. Feel free to contact us at any time. We will gladly put together an offer for your stay at the Stollhofer, be it a family festivity or a longer holiday. 


Ferienhaus Markt

ferienhaus marktRight in the centre of Inzing, in a quiet, yet sunny location with a fabulous view of the mountains, you will find the conventiently furnished and equipped "Landhaus Markt".


Cozily fornished in the traditional Tyrolean countryside style, the 8-room apartment house with central heating can accomodate up to 13 guests on two floors and 200 square metres. 

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Worth knowing:


Inntal Cycle Route

The Inntal cycle route – one of the longest of its kind with 520 kilometres – leads all the way from the 

source of the river Inn in Switzerland through Tyrol to Passau, where the Inn joins the Danube.

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Warp Framework

Christmas Markets

Welcome to the Christmas markets in the old town of Innsbruck!

Ever since 1973, Innsbruck has organised the magical Christmas market in the picturesque old town, right below the famous "Golden Roof". 

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Innsbruck can offer an interesting day out for everybody. 

Culinary delights, both regional and international...historical architecture and museums...diverse shopping possibilites...or just relaxing in a beautiful park.

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Our restaurant

Like the school or the church, the inn is also one of the traditional elements of Tyrolean village life.

The regulars’ table is the social hub of the village, where the inhabitants come to drink and discuss – as important as other institutions and events of countryside life.

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