News from the Trattlerhof in Bad Kleinkirchheim and the Forstnig family hotel team.
Autumn is set to arrive in Carinthia – a time of great natural beauty, many interesting events,
and delicious seasonal smells from the hotel kitchen. Talking of which – have you ever tried chervil?
Let head chef Franz Mlakar tell you more about this versatile herb.

Majestic mountains – an undulating sea of gold – that’s autumn in Bad Kleinkirchheim
The luminous beauty of unspoilt nature
In the autumn, the larch trees cast a golden hue over the Nockberge mountains of Bad Kleinkirchheim. The autumnal glory that nature paints in this beautiful landscape is unique in the world…
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Just taking a break…
Our offers and activities for early and spontaneous bookers
invite you to explore the irresistible joie de vivre
of this beautiful stretch of land…
… Go to offers and special events
From cars to cows – the Alps have something for everyone
Bad Kleinkirchheim awaits you with a colourful autumn
bouquet of fun activities that caters for all tastes.

Visit this link for an overview of autumn events in Bad Kleinkirchheim. In September, we will be celebrating the 100-year anniversary of the Austrian Alpine Rally, and there is also the return of the livestock from the Alpine pastures to look forward to…
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The proof is in the eating
The name Trattlerhof stands for traditional
Carinthian cuisine at its best.

Alpine cuisine comes in many shapes and forms – whether traditional or modern, what has remained constant throughout is the art of simplicity, the cornerstone of the “nouvelle alpin”. To give you an idea, click here
for head chef Franz Mlakar’s recipe for seasonal strudel with potatoes and chanterelle mushrooms and a cold chervil sauce. If you are interested in the origin and uses of chervil, read more.
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