History of the Quellenhof Leutasch The Quellenhof was built in the 60s. Until 1985 the Quellenhof was a small guest house and was called Jagdhof back then. The daughter of the owner at the time was a woman with vision and she re-christened the 'Jagdhof' which became the 'Quellenhof'. Consequently, over the course of several reconstruction phases, it was turned into a family and sports hotel and became one of the first Wellness hotels in Austria. The hotel started to offer natural cooking, special teas and massages. Various saunas, a swimming pool, quiet rooms and outdoor pools followed later. Beauty treatments and more massage rooms were added. In the meantime the Quellenhofs Wellness suite now features 21 treatment rooms for 18 therapists, who are employed all year round. The Quellenhof is owned by an Austrian family. The Leutaschtal Valley At 1130m above sea level and surrounded by the Wetterstein and Karwendel mountain chains, Leutaschtal is one of the most beautiful high valleys in the Tyrol. You can experience nature at its best here whilst enjoying hiking, walking and cycling. In summer you can enjoy warm summer sunshine and lush green meadows. Every day the fresh air invites you to walks along the Leutascher Ache or into the Gaistal valley, where writer Ludwig Ganghofer used to cleanse his soul back in his day. Or simply stroll through the next forest and take deep, deep breaths. Streams and lakes On your walks and hikes you will discover natural lakes in a romantic setting such as the lakes of Sebensee, Igelsee, Moeserer See, Forchensee, Lautersee and many more. The Leutascher Ache and Gaistalbach streams carry crystal clear water down to the valley. Numerous pebble banks offer the chance to sunbathe and have a picnic. Forests, mushrooms and berries In our forests you can discover a wide variety of mushrooms such as boletus, ceps and chanterelles, plus many more. For those with a Dining: The special Quellenhof half-board The breakfast buffet is excellent, with the smell of different Austrian breads, local butter, mueslis, yoghurt and lots of fresh fruit and juices, as well as eggs done just as you like. At lunchtime for those who need a little something to keep them going - there are two hearty soups with different sorts of bread. In the afternoon we treat you to what Austria is best known for - a modest buffet of cakes and pastries. In the evening you have a choice of 3 set menus, each with 4 courses: One with light vegetarian dishes, one with fish as a main course and one with local, organic meat. Nutritional advice Once a week, those interested can attend a presentation on nutrition, where basic knowledge about healthy eating and product information is provided. For this purpose, the services of the qualified nutrition consultant, Karin Schoendorfer, are at your disposal. The Quellenhof kitchen staff creatively put this knowledge into practice every day they produce the particularly light, yet interesting Quellenhof well-being cuisine. Special diets allergies For special dietary requirements such as gluten or lactose intolerance, we offer specially tailored diets. Our kitchen chef Julius Polak, who has dietary training, will be only too pleased to discuss this issue with your personally. 16 farmers from the surrounding area supply us with organic produce: Franz Neuner: Galloway beef Peter Larch: Milk, veal Christine Gapp: Butter Maria Gapp: Whey, yoghurt, cream cheese,

Hotel Amenities

Hotel Amenities

  • Bar/lounge 
  • Hair salon 
  • Restaurant Restaurant 
  • Sauna 
  • Indoor pool 

Room Amenities

  • Balcony 

Hotel Policies


Check-in time starts at 1500


Check-out time is 1200

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Pets allowed

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