Genuss-Pension Herti

Genuss-Pension Herti Having reopened in July 2017, Genuss-Pension Herti has been revitalised using modern and sustainable wooden construction. All 12 rooms are equipped with large, modern flat screen televisions, box-spring beds, balcony, radio, safe, hairdryer and complimentary WiFi. You can choose between a shower or bathtub in some. Depending on the room, you can either enjoy views of the rose garden, the church tower or the Gleinalm. There are plenty of free parking spaces in front of the guesthouse.

In addition to 4 apartments in the Genuss-Pension’s main building, there are a further 7 apartments in Apartmenthaus Pastner am Teich, which is about 5 minutes’ walk away. The apartments have a fully equipped kitchen (including dishwasher, Nespresso machine, kettle and crockery) and a terrace or balcony.

E-bikes can be rented by guests and external visitors. They are ideal to discover the Mur Cycle Trail or for a great round trip through Übelbach, but also to explore the surrounding mountains. Take your time to discover the area and allow the beautiful landscape to work its magic on you.

There is a small wellness oasis in our basement, which is open daily from 4 pm – 11 pm. There you will find a sauna (for 5 people), a steam bath (for 4 people) and a relaxation area (for 4 people). For ecological reasons, our wellness cabins are only switched on when a guest wishes to use them.

We further offer a modern, well-equipped gym, a seminar room for approx. 25 people and a wine cellar for approx. 12 people.
Meals: buffet breakfast for those staying with us 9 EUR – for external guests 11 EUR; breakfast times: Monday – Sunday, 7 – 10:30 am

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