The farm hotel in Mittersill

Holiday on a farm for all the family

The special thing about our hotel is that our farm isn’t just a place where we keep our cows! Children and their parents can experience close-up and hands-on just what life on a farm is like. The stables and cowsheds are open all day and Tony, the farmer, looks forward to visiting children and their parents and of course help at feeding time and with the mucking out. This is your chance to ask everything you’ve ever wanted to know about farming - Tony has the answer.

Agriculture and livestock farming has a very long tradition in Salzburg County. The Children’s Hotel Felben was once part of the Felbermeilinger farming estate which still delivers our hotel kitchen with fresh produce.

Horses and riding

In and winter riding lessons and pony riding sessions in the paddock or in the riding hall next to the farm are organised.

Our ponies and Haflinger horses are used to children and therefore ideal for your children’s first riding lessons. Our instruction begins in the paddock whereby the horses are on the longe line. For children who already have riding experience, accompanied trekking sessions can of course be organised.

Pets’ corner “Clara’s Ark”

Clara Clover is a cow and is the hotel mascot. She has a lot of friends who all live in Clara’s Ark next to the playground. The hotel’s own pets’ corner is a sanctuary for sheep, goats, rabbits and our mini-cow Alma. The enclosures are spacious and can be visited by children at any time. Of course you’ll find chickens flapping and cackling around the stables and the guinea pigs are particularly fond of our young visitors.

For an unforgettable holiday at our Children’s hotel with its organic farm simply send us your non-binding holiday enquiry.

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