A journey through the ages
Look forward to an abundance of attractions and extraordinary locations. The Bavarian foothills of the Alps to the south of Munich has a large number of chapels, churches and monasteries. There are also numerous towns and villages with a historic centre. Many of the attractions date back to the Middle Ages or Roman times.
Neuschwanstein near Füssen in the Allgäu is probably the best-known and perhaps the most beautiful castle in the whole world. You can walk there from the hotel in just over an hour.
Raft trips on the Isar leave from Wolfratshausen. With up to 55 people per raft, enjoy food, drink and music as you travel through the Pupplinger Au floodplains past Georgenstein to the Munich district of Thalkirchen.
Holiday in the foothills to the Alps
Isartaler Hof is situated close to Lake Starnberg, making it the ideal location for getting out and about and exploring the region. Discover the wonderful nature and lakes on a walk, go on a motorbike tour or play a round of golf. The possibilities are as varied as our guests themselves.
Mountain climbing takes visitors to a unique world high above the valley. Famous routes such as the one up to the Herzogstand or the climb up to the Benediktenwand are just 30 minutes away to the south.
You will discover wonderful meadows and forests as you walk along the idyllic waterways of the Isar and Loisach. The well-maintained hiking trails mean that you can discover wonderful paths in all directions.
Skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing are popular sports in the region. You can reach some of the smaller ski areas in just 30 minutes. Professionals head for Garmisch and the Zugspitze (45 minutes away).
Ride a motorbike
The passes and valley roads in the Northern Alps provide some of the best locations for motorbike tours in the whole of Europe. You will be rewarded with excellent roads that are well-signposted and uniquely wonderful views.
Our beautiful countryside
People from all over the world are fascinated by the unspoilt nature in Upper Bavaria and its relationship with agriculture and the population. Visit the lakes and the most beautiful viewpoints in the surrounding area and you too will be delighted. Unforgettable memories guaranteed!
The Kochelsee at the foot of the Herzogstand is an especially idyllic lake surrounded by the peaks of the nearby Alps. The lake looks especially peaceful and romantic early in the morning or on calm winter days.
The natural diversity of the plants and animals on the Benediktbeurer Moos moor casts a spell over its visitors. You have the option of taking the 4.5 km or just over 10 km circular route.
The Pupplinger Au conservation area starts just to the east of Wolfratshausen. The woodland offers impressive pine forests and benefits from the wetlands near the estuaries of the Isar and Loisach.