Living life consciously and with purpose is important to us! That's why we place great value on the regionality of our products from sustainable cultivation. As a family establishment in the second generation we want to impress you with our informal and cordial charm and present you as our guest unforgettable holidays with our genuine hospitality.
After successfully graduating from the school of hotel management in Zell am Ziller, I gained my first professional experience in foreign establishments. From 2003 on I managed the Almhof Lackner, and in 2009 I took over the business from my parents in full. My main focus is on serving and looking after our guests - personal contact is something I hold especially dear.
Family, health, joy and a little happiness - those are the most important things in life to me.
To recharge my batteries I like taking some time out in our beautiful nature. My favourite place is Lake Zireiner in the Rofan Mountains. This idyllic spot is also known as "the blue eye of Tirol".
Born in 1979 in Schwaz, I managed my parents photo studio after having completed my apprenticeship as a photographer. Through my wife Annabella I then discovered a love and passion for the hotel industry. Since 2013 I've been managing the kitchen at Almhof Lackner and have been having great joy in spoiling our guests with culinary treats. In addition, as "man of the house", I take care of the garden design and house maintenance.
In my free time, I enjoy motorcycling in our wonderful landscape or go to the fitness studio.
I also support charity projects for children with much commitment, such as children's cancer charity, Make-A-Wish-Foundation, etc.
When you walk through our hotel, the many works of woodcraft and the sculptures are sure to catch your attention. These artful works were crafted by our senior boss Hermann Wildauer. He taught himself the necessary skills and in 1976 perfected his craft in Grödnertal (South Tyrol) under the tutelage of two master sculptors.
Highlights of his works in the hotel include:
The peak of his craft as a woodcarver and sculptor was no doubt in 1983, when in the name of the state of Tyrol a nativity set carved by him was presented to Pope Johannes Paul ll.