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Pichlschloss Country Estate Hotel PRIVATE ESTATE, Hotel

A castle hideaway with sustainable agriculture

Stadlob 125, 8820 Neumarkt in der Steiermark

A castle hideaway with sustainable agriculture

Fresh regional products are on the menu here,” owner and hotel manager Katrin Heindl tells us. “From our own biodiverse production we have meat, fish, salad, herbs, eggs, cheese and juices. In addition we receive supplies from the surrounding farms.”

Pichlschloss Castle is situated on a little hill, 876 m above sea level in the Styrian Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen nature park, northwest of Neumarkt. The castle dates from the 16th century and offers 25 refurbished rooms and 2 castle apartments in the wonderful hilly landscape, making your stay within the historic walls both comfortable and relaxing.

Activities at Pichlschloss Castle

Specially organised theme weeks, such as bridge, yoga, tree bathing, herb picking or simply experiencing nature offer the best rest for the body and soul. Your physical wellbeing is ensured by the dedicated kitchen team with a large range of sustainably produced products and the finest slow food.

A healthy holiday you will enjoy

Katrin Heindl is fully convinced that holistic wellbeing is the way forward: from diet to exercise to forest bathing. Pichlschloss Country Estate Hotel offers a fabulous variety of choice for your healthy, creative holiday break.To make everyone feel completely comfortable, massages and wellness treatments are offered in-house. After a long hike, the wood-burning Finnish sauna, an infrared cabin and a herbal steam bath are at your disposal.

Experiences in the region

Exhibitions at St Lambrecht’s Abbey or in Murau, guided walks in Zirbitzkogel-Grebenzen nature park, the NaturLeseMuseum, the Burghofspiele outdoor theatre in the medieval town of Friesach, cycle trails, golf, archery, riding, swimming in natural swimming lakes and much more.

Distances:

  • Shopping: 1km

  • Bus: 1km

  • Railway station Neumarkt/Steiermark: 3km

  • Airport: Klagenfurt 60km

 

Room/per person/breakfast from € 80.00

Arrival from 13:00, departure by 10:30

Features

In your room/apartment

  • WLAN
  • WLAN in the whole house
  • Linen
  • Extra cushions and blankets
  • Heating
  • TV, SAT
  • Renovated/newly refurbished
  • Balcony

Bathroom

  • Shower
  • Towels
  • Hairdryer

Culinary

  • Own farm products
  • Restaurant
  • Breakfast
  • Half board
  • Full board
  • Food from our own organic farm
  • Local products

Garden

  • Sunbed
  • Barbecue area
  • Sauna
  • Wellness

Kitchen

  • Electric kettle
  • Stove
  • Dishwasher
  • Toaster
  • Fridge with freezer
  • Microwave

Extras

  • Pets welcome with extra cleaning fee
  • Fitness area
  • Dryer
  • Iron
  • Theme weeks

Payment

  • Bancomat
  • Eurocard
  • Visa
  • Cash

History of the house and its residents:

 

Thomas Bernhard needs fresh air


The castle’s past at Pichlschloss is very diverse. After the 1st World War it served as a pulmonary sanatorium owing to the excellent air quality and ideal rural location. The timber outdoor lounge constructed at that time still exudes a protective, healing warmth today.


MeMemories ofrThomas Mann’s famous book, “The Magic Mountain”, are quickly awakened. Thomas Bernhard, who stayed at Pichlschloss several times, also enjoyed this atmosphere and the fresh air.



The residence of the Pichler family


The castle developed from a small nobleman’s residence, first mentioned in 1332 as Puhlern bei dem Newenmarcht. After several changes of ownership, the estate became a farmstead in the first half of the 16th century. With substantial building work, Bartlme Haslinger, who was knighted as a deserving official by King Ferdinand I in 1543, made Pichlschloss a property that befitted a Renaissance nobleman.

From 1625 to 1776 the Pichler family held the castle through succession and gave the castle its name.

Many of the building’s architectural details are still visible to this day as a characteristic, preserved residence of the lesser nobility in the 16th and 17th century. The richly ornamented Renaissance entrance indicates a significant phase of expansion under Bartlme Haslinger around 1569. The Renaissance and early baroque arches and flat ceilings illustrate the hierarchical structure of an early modern seat of nobility.

For three generations (since 1926) the owner family has run it as a small and very personally managed hotel.

 

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