Experience and Passion

To us, managing an inn means to link the tried and tested with the new. Accordingly, we emphasise local products and season them with new ideas and contemporary trends. We offer traditional local dishes as well as international cuisine, and, in addition to the comfort of a country house, our rooms are equipped with all modern conveniences, so that our guests want for nothing.

Making this possible does not only require passion but also experience. And experience we have gained, among other things, by managing the Gamperdona Inn at the alpine pasture Nenzinger Himmel and the management of an alpine dairy farm in the neighbouring province of Tyrol. And passion we have got, too, of course.


Our Story

The Rössle Inn looks back on a long history. Hopefully, it will have a future equally long...

  • 1671

    The Construction of the Rössle Inn

    Jakob and Maria Egger built the existing inn, which was owned by the Egger family until the early 19th century.

  • 1902

    Josef Zoppel

    In 1902, the premises became the property of Josef Zoppel, who was succeeded by his daughter Josefine.

  • 1977

    The Municipality

    In 1977, the Municipality of Nenzing bought the Rössle Inn from Hofrat Dr Johann Jenny, Josefine Zoppel's husband.

  • 1987

    Moritz Egger

    When Moritz Egger, a direct descendent of the original owners, bought the inn in 1987, it became again property of the Egger family. He thoroughly renovated the house. Its original structure and historic character, however, have been retained until today.

  • 2016

    The Hartmann Family

    Since summer 2016, the Hartmann family have been taking care of the Rössle. Tradition, open-mindedness, and regional value creation are high priorities.

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