⇒ THE HIGHLIGHT - all year ROOFTOP outdoor pool

- over the rooftops of Mayrhofen -

⇒ 7 luxurious pool suites und 23 brand new tyrolen style rooms and suites

Fitness studio on the first floor with a great view

Outdoor silence area for adults only

Conference - and activity room

Gamingroom with modern play consoles

Table tennis and air hockey

Children play room for the smallest guests

⇒ Brand new bar and loungearea

⇒ New ski room with private ski locks

Active programme with our active guide Antonia

⇒ New a la carte restaurant, the "POSTWIRT"

New from summer 2022: Service of drinks at the rooftop pool


Book at the best price

  • Welcome present in your room
  • 1 glass of Prosecco to welcome you
  • Indulgence thanks to the new ¾ pampering board
  • Wellness bag with bathrobe & slippers
  • Room category at the best price
  • SPA area free of charge on the day of departure
  • Delicious surprise as farewell
  • No deposit for online booking via our website
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Kaspressknödel – a Tyrolean classic
Simply delicious!

This Tyrolean speciality can be served in a variety of ways. Let me tell you my recipe for “Kaspressknödel” cheese dumplings in broth.

While enjoying a holiday dedicated to wellness in Mayrhofen at our Hotel Neue Post, you’ll also discover that our area is home to a whole host of delicious traditional recipes. One of my favourites has to be Tyrolean Kaspressknödel – a kind of fried cheese dumpling. I love to cook this speciality when I fancy something satisfying that doesn’t take too long to prepare. So, how do you make Kaspressknödel? Well, you’ll need the following ingredients:

  • 500g potatoes
  • 150g Graukäse cheese (or another strong cheese)
  • 50g flour
  • Half an onion
  • A little butter for frying
  • Broth

Once I’ve got all my ingredients together, I first boil the potatoes. While they’re cooking, I lightly fry the onions. Then, I peel the boiled potatoes, mash them, and mix in the fried onions. I add the cheese to the mix and then season with salt, pepper, and a pinch of nutmeg. Finally, I shape the mixture into little patties and fry them in butter on a hot heat. The fried Kaspressknödel taste great in vegetable or beef broth – whichever you prefer! Why not try it for yourself and recreate this taste of Zillertal at home?

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