Möserer Seestub´m

Closed today

The Möserer Seestub’n restaurant is located right beside the pretty lake, the Möserer See, and the sun terrace is an ideal spot to enjoy tasty treats in summer and in winter. The restaurant is run by Andrea and Hans-Peter who make sure they provide guests with plenty of seasonal, regional products: freshly-roasted coffee from Polling, apple juice from Inzing, meat from Haiming and home-made ice-cream from Thaur. And while the adults work their way through the local fare on the menu, the youngsters can be having fun at the nearby woodland play area. When winter arrives and the time for cool outdoor refreshments is over, then simply move inside and enjoy steaming hot drinks in the typical Tyrolean-style dining area – no extra charge for the picture-postcard view of the sparkling winter wonderland and cross-country skating and classic trails.

The Möserer Seestub’n is easy to get to from Mösern or Seefeld, either on foot or by (e)-bike. You can get to Seefeld by train and walk via Mösern to the restaurant, or you can take a bus to Mösern and walk from there through the woods to the lake. Anyone coming by car can park for free at the Seewaldalm carpark and from there it is just a short walk to the lake. There are also a few parking spaces available near the lake and a day tickets costs € 5.

Day off: monday
Seating capacity: approx. 90


  • 3-lakes circular tour. This circular route is possible all year round. Start at the Möserer See, head to the lake, the Wildmoossee, the Wildmoossee, then go past the third lake, the Lottensee and from there back to Mösern. The walk is fairly level and is manageable in around three and a half hours.
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  • Peace trail. The peace trail is also possible all year round and is a gentle walk from the Seewaldalm by Mösern to the Peace Bell and then back to Mösern.
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  • Circular tour of Mösern. A delightful winter’s walk from Mösern through the snowy forest to the lake, the Möserer See, where you can recharge your batteries in the restaurant before returning to the village.
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