at the Zedlacherhof in Matrei in East Tyrol

In the middle of the fascinating mountain world of East Tyrol, on a wind-protected south-facing slope in the HOHE TAUERN National Park, at an altitude of 1230 m, lies the National Park Partner Zedlacherhof. We are an East Tyrolean cordiality enterprise. The quiet and sunny location at the edge of the village of Zedlach, directly on the hiking trails and the mountain bike route, is ideal for your summer holiday. In winter, the free ski bus takes you to the valley station of the Großglockner Resort Kals-Matrei. Wonderful views of the Virgen Valley and the impressive mountain world with its 3000-metre peaks await you.

Spend your holiday at the Zedlacherhof guesthouse in our cosy, wood-furnished holiday flats with spacious panoramic balconies and a large car park right by the house.

The mountain stream gently rushes up from the valley and puts you in the right mood for your most beautiful time of the year as soon as you arrive.

And what could be more refreshing than stepping on the dew in the morning on the spicy-scented thyme bed?
Or a walk in the 600-year-old larch forest of the Zedlach Paradise, a natural paradise for young and old.


Our Apartments

You can spend your holiday at Gästehaus Zedlacherhof in our comfortable

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Summer resort

It's no secret, East Tyrol is one of the most beautiful places in Austria

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Winter is the most sensual season in the Hohe Tauern East Tyrol National Park.

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A good Tyrolean breakfast

Enjoy our EastTyrolean breakfast.The Tyrolean Private Landlords Association offers you a new service. The aim is to offer our guests delicious Tyrolean breakfast products.

The breakfast bag is available for 2 or 4 persons.

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We are a National Park partner company

As a partner business of the National Park, we are particularly concerned to protect the precious nature and to live in harmony with it. The protected area extends over vast alpine primeval landscapes such as glaciers, rock faces and meadows, as well as over alpine pastures that have been carefully tended over centuries.

Awarded with 4 Edelweiss

Your hosts Margreth and Lois Wibmer