Please note that the measures and requirements in the coronavirus pandemic sometimes change on a daily basis.


Many measures are initially only announced at press conferences and the exact form as well as the start and duration of measures often remain in the dark until shortly before they come into force. It is therefore possible that the information here on our website is not necessarily up-to-date and / or correct. We are sorry, but neither do we receive more than what is publicly available to everyone.


You can find information about the current and partly planned measures currently in force on the website of the Federal Ministry of Health (most information available only in German).



Finally, we're open again:

WE ARE OPEN AGAIN! The long wait was finally over and we have been able to welcome guests again since May 19, 2021. We're glad!

It is now also clear which regulations now apply to accommodation. With the decline in the number of infections, new relaxations are constantly being drawn up and implemented, so please understand if the information here is not always up-to-date. You can find our (as current as possible) compilation of the rules here. You can find a summary for download here.

You can find an overview of the other new regulations for gastronomy and events here.

Of course, we support all measures that help to contain this global epidemic. Please do your part too: Keep your distance at home and also on vacation, avoid close contact outside of your immediate household, wear a mask indoors and above all: get vaccinated if possible!

Information on bookings and cancellations in times of the pandemic can be found here.


Entry to Austria:

As of now, corssing the border to Austria is possible without restrictions from all countires of the European Union. No pre-trevel registration is required. Only a negative test or a proof of vaccination against or recovery from Covid-19 has to be carried along.

Please not that the regulations can change more quickly than we can update the website, so please check the website of our ministry of foreign affairs in case of doubt.



As of 01.01.2020, we are heating with 100% biogas:

In order to further reduce our ecological footprint, as of 01/01/2020 we have converted our entire gas supply to 100% biogas from local production. The gas is mainly obtained from food waste and in wastewater treatment.

We have already obtained our electricity from 100% hydropower. With the switch to biogas, all of the energy used in the Hubenhof will come from renewable and environmentally friendly sources.


Free use of all public transport with the Wilder Kaiser Guest Card:

Since May 2019, the use of all public buses in the region, travelling to Kufstein, Wörgl, St. Johann i.T. and Kitzbühel is included in your Wilder Kaiser Guest Card!

We can send you the free guest card via e-mail even before your arrival. All you need to do is to fill out the online check-in form. We can then send you the access link to your e-mail address and you can show your card to the bus driver on your mobile phone.

This way you can save money and protect the environment!


Certification of our efforts for sustainable tourism:

We are proud to announce that the Hubenhof is the first accommodation in the area of ​​the WilderKaiser Tourism Association to receive the Austrian Ecolabel and the EU Ecolabel.

These two certificates are the visible proof of our efforts to make our accommodation environmentally friendly, which we have already started with the general renovation of the house. Among others, these efforts are:

  • The use of ecologically friendly and low-emission construction materials in the renovation.
  • Various energy and water saving measures.
  • The use of an environmentally friendly cleaning system.
  • The provision of environmentally friendly consumables such as soap, detergents etc.
  • Conscious purchase and purchase of regional or fairly produced and fairly traded organic products.
  • Efficient waste separation.
  • ...and much more

We hope to make a difference with our efforts so that our children and grandchildren can still enjoy the fantastic nature of our region.