Arrive. Relax. Dine.
Wind down. Celebrate. Take time out.
Enjoy the Vienna Woods
Enjoy your meal.
Hang out with friends and family. Enjoy time together. Celebrate special moments in life. Toast yourself, enjoy fine food and be looked after. Feel the history of our house. Turn the day into an excursion that you will remember fondly for a long time.
Weddings, family celebrations and events
A romantic wedding location in the Hotel Restaurant Höldrichsmühle includes a garden for wedding ceremonies, combined with a restaurant with fine cuisine. Cozy hotel rooms for guests and the romantic honeymoon room for wedding couples lends itself to an extended family stay. The perfect “All-in-one” location for a dream wedding or family celebration.
Riding and vaulting,
Experience the fascination of horses in the hotel’s own riding and vaulting school. Learning safety in the saddle and learning how to enjoy handling horses. Holiday courses and camps take place in the summer. Our club tournaments and rider tests take place annually.
Education is a virtue.
Your seminar is in the best of hands with us. Professionally furnished and air-conditioned rooms with access to the outside. Located only 17 km from Vienna in the middle of the countryside. Fresh and tasty cuisine with vitamin-rich snacks. Comfortable rooms, free parking and a fine selection of events for the supporting program. Your seminar success is our concern.
Bringing people together. Since 1786.
Originally built in the 13th century to manage the vineyards, the house on the Mödlingbach became a mill over several centuries in the Middle Ages. The Höldrichsmühle owes its name to the busy master miller Peter Hilderich, who immigrated from Bavaria in the 18th century and whose family managed the house for around 150 years. In 1786, the Höldrichsmühle was officially registered as a “tavern”. In 1903, mill operations were discontinued and sold to the Liesinger brewery, whose tenant Julius Haberkorn – great-grandfather of today’s owner Erich Moser – later acquired the Höldrichsmühle. Between 1820 and 1826 Franz Schubert made repeated visits. According to legend, Schubert was inspired to write his famous song “Der Lindenbaum” here. Ferdinand G. Waldmüller painted the idyllic house.
Holder of the Austrian Ecolabel
Life and business in Biosphere Park Wienerwald – a UNESCO model region for sustainable development – is part of our corporate philosophy. We are proud to have been a Biosphere Park Wienerwald partner hotel for many years.
A hotel charging point is available for electric cars.