since 1905

The Landhaus Albert Murr

Back then & Now

Already in its 4th generation, the Landhaus Albert Murr is run as a family business. Since 1938 we have welcomed guests from all over the world.
Over the years,  we have tried to maintain the charm of the 1930s and so the facades of The Landhaus and Murrmel have been preserved in their original state. Inside, however, we did not want to compromise on quality and hospitality and have continuously adapted the quality of our interiors to new requirements.

We are
there for you

We today

The Team of the Landhaus Albert Murr

Girlpower is our motto …

Old but Gold

The history of our house

a moving life

In 1938, the Bauhaus-style Landhaus was designed by Hans Fessler, who was a student of Clemens Holzmeister. Over several generations, the Landhaus underwent many changes. From the beginnings as a farmhouse with an attached stable for the breeding of Haflingers, large parts were adapted from 1960 to the include a butchery. Since the butcher’s shop closed in 2011, the house has been gradually transformed to accommodation premises.
The last construction step to date was in the summer and autumn of 2020, by extending our breaksfast parlours to provide more privacy and distance for our guests.

Das Landhaus Albert Murr um 1900

“Wir hatten ein sehr gutes, abwechslungsreiches und schön angerichtetes Frühstück in der historischen Stube. Das Zimmer ist geschmackvoll eingerichtet. Das Haus atmet Geschichte und hat eine gute Lage im Ort.”

Anja, Deutschland – vom 22. Januar 2020


The red doors

Why the Landhaus has two red doors

Those who experience a lot have a lot to tell. So we invite you to some of the stories around the Landhaus Albert Murr and help you find the right door when you get here.