WITH THE HORSE CARRIAGE THROUGH BAD KLEINKIRCHHEIM

Experience Kärnten from its romantic side

Tucked into warming blankets, restfully watching Bad Kleinkirchheim’s snow-covered winter scenery rolling by – our horse carriages or sleighs take you across snow-drenched meadows past the prominent “Kärntner Nocken“. Romance lies in air – when you take in the beauty of the fairy-tale-like winter wonderland surrounding you, all you hear is the horses and the bells of the sleigh. A ride with the horse carriage is always an unforgettable experience!

Horse carriage express at the Trattlerhof hotel

Book a cosy horse sleigh or carriage ride and experience special moments either romantically as a couple or together with your entire family! Stop over in the lodge restaurant where fresh Maroni and warming punch await you during advent season.

The following rides are on offer:

  • Trial experience ride including 1x White Secco Piccolo (for adults) | € 19 for adults and € 10 for children
  • Candle light experience ride with Aperitiv at the campfire and Fondue at Trattlers Einkehr (€ 49)
  • Luxury carriage experience including Schlumberger-DOM-Aperitiv, degustation menue and wine tasting at Trattlers Einkehr (€ 189 for 2 people).

The rides take 30 minutes each.
More information & reservation via +43 4240 8172 or hotel@trattlerhof.at

Horse carriage rides with Thermenwelt Hotel Pulverer

Thermenwelt Hotel Pulverer offers you the chance of realising a dream on a romantic horse carriage ride through the fairy-tale-like Nockberge winter wonderland.

With the Noriker horses Loy and Sydney that are at home at the hotel, you will explore Bad Kleinkirchheim’s snow-covered surroundings. Departure right at the Thermenwelt Hotel Pulverer opposite the St. Kathrein Thermal Spa. On route a small refreshment will be served as a surprise.
Costs: € 19.00 per person for 4 participants/€ 65.00 for a 2-people horse sleigh ride.

More information & reservation via +43 4240 744 or hotel@pulverer.at
Regular hours (advance notification required) Wednesdays and Saturdays.