Gasthaus Trefflingtalerhaus


At the Trefflingtalerhaus in Puchenstuben in the Mostviertel region, size does not matter. With just under 40 seats in the interior of the inn with its spacious guest garden, one thing quickly becomes clear: the former shelter of chef Franz "Ferry" Heinz and his wife Gabi, located directly at the entrance to the Ötscher-Tormäuer Nature Park, could not have dressed up better. Once you have taken a seat in the lovingly designed guest garden, you can't help but be amazed. A magnificent natural ambience, which is also appreciated by the in-house sheep, lambs and chickens. Regionality at the highest level. A matter of course at the Trefflingtalerhaus.

Wanderlust begins at the Trefflingtalerhaus

The lamb used in many house specialities comes exclusively from our own production.

Tips from the menu: The lamb stew in tomato and red wine root sauce is often served with thyme potatoes. And the stuffed pepper knows how to convince with inner values: original cereals, feta cheese and fresh herbs, mixed with a spicy tomato sauce, create a harmonious whole. The desserts are tried and tested, with poppy seed soufflé and vanilla ice cream with hot raspberries.

A stop at the Trefflingtalerhaus is a tradition for the excursion guest. Before or after the hike. It takes a good 2.5 hours to hike up to the Hochbärneck. At the top there is a ten-metre-high lookout tower that promises a fabulous view of the vast Ötscherland. The popular hike to the Trefflingfall, the highest waterfall in Lower Austria, which plunges up to 120 metres into the Erlauf, will also amaze you.

Location and how to get there