The Jagdhof in St. Johann in Salzburg

Who we are and where we are

Family run accommodation in 2nd generation

Grandmother Josefine already knew 50 years ago, how to give guests a nice stay. Not only a warm bed, but a lot of warmth and the will to do something good for others, are crucial to make your stay unforgettable.

When the Jagdhof was built in 1969 by Georg and Josefine Strobl, the times were certainly different. The Jagdhof was very traditional at the time, but the rooms already more than adequate. Over the years, of course, much has changed and each family member has left his mark.

Since 2004 I, Andrea & my husband Eckhart Forster are at the owners and spoil our guests together. Around the Jagdhof we are active throughout the year and renovate individual rooms and apartments again and again. Lastly in the autumn of 2017 we have completely redesigned our front building and in autumn 2014 the Jagdhof was completely renovated from the outside.

While Ecki (as my husband is called by all the world) takes care of a lot in the background and plays with the guests over and over again a round of curling or tennis, I am usually somewhere in the house and take care of everything administrative, as well for the physical well-being in the morning.

By the way, there are many souvenirs and trophies of the hunting across the house – this is by no means only decoration, because Ecki is also active as a hunter and thus contributes a great deal to ensuring that the Jagdhof continues to exist as such.

In between the mountains, then left

Nestled in between the mountains of Salzburg and the Liechtensteinklamm

A location that offers the best mix of quiet, great starting point and optimal transport links.

Only 1.5 km separates the Jagdhof from the B311 – the main road of Salzburgs Pongau. From here you will soon reach all the important and beautiful places our beautiful country has to offer.

If you come by car, you’ll be also pleased that you can leave the car at the free parking – always protected by a carport.

For further orientation, here are a few distances:

  • Salzburg city 60 km (45 min.)
  • Hallstatt 75 km (about 1 h 10 min.)
  • Zell am See 40 km (about 40 minutes)
  • Grossglockner 50 km (about 1 h)
  • Wagrain 11 km (about 15 min.)
  • Flachau 22 km (about 25 minutes)
  • Werfen (Castle & Eisriesenwelt) 19 km (about 20 min.)
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