“Horses need 4 legs to carry their large hearts.“
Riding holidays at the 4 * Riding hotel Strasserwirt
Riding hotel in Austria in the Pillerseetal region in Tyrol
We specialise in restful holidays for horse riders, and your passion for riding is something that is dear to our hearts. Guests feel inspired more and more by these graceful, sensitive, and noble animals thanks to our love and passion for horses.
As a member of “Reitarena Austria”, the riding hotel Strasserwirt in Tyrol offers you one of the most beautiful riding centres in Austria. Learn about and experience the passion for riding on perfectly trained warmblood Arabian horses, or take a lovely ride out into the mountains with our surefooted Tyrolean Haflingers.
Riding hotel with own riding school in Austria
We provide professional riding instruction throughout the year in our light, indoor riding centre and on our large, well maintained outdoor riding areas.
Facilities and range of riding on offer at our riding centre in Tyrol:
- Light, indoor riding hall 20×46m with spectator gallery
- Dressage area 20×60m
- Jumping area 60×55m
- Public, guest horse stable places, tournament area
- Sales stables, tournament stables, riding and presentation of tournament horses
State qualified riding instructors
Horse needs to match their riders
This sounds simple, but in reality it isn’t, as the ability of a rider continues to develop. An un-demanding mare is ideal for beginners, whilst a young horse rich in temperament is suitable for experienced riders.
To ensure that every rider has a suitable horse, we have 20 well-trained warmblood and Arabian horses and ponies in our stables.
Haflinger horses and ponies for the little ones
Our 10 Haflinger and ponies are very patient and easy to manage, but so too are our larger, peaceful horses for longe, making the experience of being on horseback great fun for younger riders.
Fun and safety when riding are very important to learn, whether in the light riding hall with its spectator gallery, or when looking after the horses in the stables.
Often it is worth beginners taking a few extra longe lessons so as to feel really secure and ready for group riding instruction. Advanced riders can enjoy the beautiful scenery on a ride out on the Haflingers.