Staying in the castle manor

People: 2-12
Type: Apartment
Price from: € 85,- /room/night

Booking request

    • 2 flats, 1 room
    • 12
      Maximum number of guests

    Holiday flat in the Riegersburg manor house

    Riegersburg Castle is known as the biggest castle in Styria and is one of the most popular sightseeing destinations in the country. As an impregnable fortress, it is enthroned high up on the rock. Thanks to its impressive fortifications and unique location, the castle was already considered the strongest fortress in the West.
    History is brought to life here. The three museums can be visited on your own or with one of the exciting guided tours. You are immersed in a completely different world and learn a lot about life in the castle, marvel at magnificent rooms, discover a lot about witches and try out weapons.

    The Manor House

    On the village border of Riegersburg you find the Manor house - the perfect starting point for many sightseeing highlights in the surrounding area and for the interesting events, castle tours and activities on the Riegersburg.
    In the manor house there are two holiday apartments each with fully equipped kitchen, one bedroom, living and dining room with pull-out couch, SAT-TV, WLAN, bathroom with shower/WC.

    Apartment 1 offers accommodation for up to 4 guests and Apartment 2 accommodates up to 6 guests .
    Furthermore, you can book a seperate room with double bed, SAT-TV, WLAN and bathroom with shower/WC for 2 guests .
    From 2 nights onwards all guests of the holiday apartments receive a 50% discount on the "Knight's Ticket" (ascent and admission to the castle museums)!
    You can reach the Riegersburg Lakeside Resort, the local shops, the bakery, a children's playground and the climbing garden in just a few minutes.

    Price apartment 1 or 2:
    for 2 persons: € 85,00 (from 3 nights € 80,00)
    each additional person: € 15,00
    final cleaning: € 40,00

    Price for the room:
    per person: € 27,00 (from 3 nights € 25,00)
    Flat rate for one night: € 54,00
    Prices excl. overnight tax
    In case of cancellation 4 days before the date of arrival, the guest will be charged a cancellation fee of 20% of the total amount.
    In case of cancellation after 10:00 a.m. on the day of arrival or no-show, the guest will be charged a cancellation fee of 90% of the total amount.

    Destination Location Distance
    Train Feldbach 9,6km
    Airport Graz 55km

    The room/apartment/property is equipped with

    • WLAN
    • Heating
    • TV, SAT
    • Renovated/newly refurbished


    • Room size over 20m2
    • Doppelbetten
    • Linen
    • Extra cushions and blankets
    • Final Cleaning


    • Shower
    • WC
    • Towels


    • Coffee machine
    • Electric kettle
    • Stove
    • Dishwasher
    • Fridge with freezer
    • Microwave


    • Non Smoking
    • No pets
    • Guided castle tour
    • Events

    In the surrounding area

    • Hiking
    • Culture
    • Riding
    • Golf
    • Tennis


    • Online payment/credit card
    • Cash

    "The strongest fortress in Christianity".

    This is how the famous Commander Field Marshal Raimund Count of Montecuccoli described Riegersburg Castle, the Styrian landmark that rises high above the region.

    Numerous archaeological objects testify to a settlement on the Burgberg as early as 6,000 years ago due to its unique protective position.

    Riegersburg Castle was first mentioned in documents in 1138. However, the impressive basalt rock on which the castle was built was already inhabited 6000 years ago. With its extensive fortifications, the largest Baroque castle in the country was considered the strongest fortress in the West and could never be conquered. Even when the fortress was weakened by plague and hunger between 1469 and 1490, it withstood all attacks by the Turks and Hungarians.
    Elisabeth Katharina Freifrau von Galler (* around 1607; † 1672) inherited the Riegersburg in 1648. She went down in history as the most colourful owner. The "bad Liesel" was married three times (she divorced her third husband!) and lived at odds with numerous secular and clerical neighbours.
    In 1822, Riegersburg Castle came into the possession of the Princely House of Liechtenstein, which saved the castle, destroyed in 1945, from destruction.

    In new splendour
    In recent years, the complex has been extensively renovated and an inclined lift installed. Today it is one of the best-known tourist attractions in Styria. Its changing exhibitions on the topics of "witch hunts", "weapons" and "life at the castle" are always worth a climb. The new castle tavern also provides excellent catering. A unique experience is also offered by the bird of prey watch, the via ferrata, the castle wine and the regularly held knights' festivals.
    A-8333 Riegersburg 21

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