GUESTHOUSE KLOBENSTEIN in Koessen on the smugglers trail in Tyrol
 
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GUESTHOUSE KLOBENSTEIN in Koessen on the smugglers trail in Tyrol

Legend has it that an old woman was surprised by a debris flow, and after praying to the Virgin Mother, the plummeting rock cleaved and protected her.

The history of this place dates back to the 17th century. Located below a Roman road, this unusual place was known to travelers even back then. A cast-iron stove plate dating back to 1691 (discovered in 1961) is hanging in the fireplace room giving testimony to the historic dimension.

GUESTHOUSE KLOBENSTEIN in Koessen on the smugglers trail in Tyrol

The pilgrimage church Maria Klobenstein with the "cloven" rock is a unique sight. Situated on an old Roman road, it looks back on a historic past.

Below the church you can rest at the guesthouse, enjoy nature and recuperate from hiking with a "Brettl-Jause" with Tyrolean delicacies. The guesthouse is a former hermitage and the historic buildings have seen many travelers and pilgrims.

GUESTHOUSE KLOBENSTEIN in Koessen on the smugglers trail in Tyrol

In Kössen iron ore used to be smelted and Napoleonic troops determined the Bavarian-Tyrolean border by playing cards in Reit im Winkl, only 5 km from here.

The guestrooms - furnished in a rustic and simple manner - are candle-lit and our guests are welcome to enjoy this romantic atmosphere. Besides our cold platter specialties from Tyrol and the good Austrian wine, we can cater to your taste upon prior arrangement.

GUESTHOUSE KLOBENSTEIN in Koessen on the smugglers trail in Tyrol
GUESTHOUSE KLOBENSTEIN in Koessen on the smugglers trail in Tyrol

        

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