The “Hochfeldstube” dining room
Alois Brindlinger, a livestock merchant from the Ziller valley, purchased the
Mittertappen-Hartberg-Alm mountain pasture at the Penken about 100 years ago.
Afterwards, he signed it over to his two sons Josef and Maximilian Brindlinger.
The “Hochfeldstube” lounge is dedicated to our ancestor Josef Brindlinger I, and was named after his homestead, the “Hochfeldhof” in Rohrberg. Josef Brindlinger I is the grandfather of your present host, Christina Kröll-Brindlinger, and the father of Josef Brindlinger II, who first had the vision of building the Granatalm.
Another tradition we value at the Hochfeldhof is to name our firstborn son Josef. Today, the grandson Josef III is in charge of the farm. And his firstborn son is called – yes, you guessed it – Josef IV.
The “Friedrachstube” dining room
is named after Maximilian Brindlinger’s homestead, the “Friedrachhof“, located
in Zell am Ziller.
Thus, part of our history continues to live on, reflecting the proud heritage is named after Maximilian Brindlinger’s homestead, the “Friedrachhof“, located in Zell am Ziller. Thus, part of our history continues to live on, reflecting the proud heritage of our ancestors.of our ancestors.
The “Granatstube” dining room
is named after the Granatalm, as it offers a stunning view of the Granatkapelle
chapel and the Zillertal Alps through its floor-to-ceiling windows.
It offers the perfect location for events in a more exclusive environment.
One of our ancestors, Josef Hofer, was one of the major garnet prospectors in the Alps. That’s one of the reasons, why garnets (“Granat”) play such an important role for us.