Opulent breakfast and excellent food in the Orangerie.
As the name suggests, the Orangerie in Hotel Schloss Seefels is vibrant, refreshing, and Mediterranean. Large floor-to-ceiling windows provide an unobstructed view of lake Wörthersee. The atmosphere is light and airy with the colour orange prominent in the interior. The buffet area is enormous, and the tables provide a great spot for good conversation during a leisurely breakfast, an enjoyable lunch, and long gourmet evening.
Assistant Restaurant Manager Robert Prüggler knows what guests love for breakfast. Only a few years ago, it was salmon, ham, and pastries. Now it is spreads, crudités, fruits, nuts, and wholefood pastries. At the moment, the must-eat is French toast with cinnamon and sugar, and one classic is still eggs in a glass. Guests definitely must try Höfer natural delicacies made from organic dairy products. His personal favourite is the raspberry yogurt "I-Tüpferl Himbeere".
Breakfast trends at the Seefels
Over 100 delicacies make the breakfast buffet in the light and airy winter garden a real edible still life. Everything that is offered from 7 to 11 am (on Sundays until 12 pm) is truly mouth-watering. Sweet or savoury. Trendy or classic such as Bircher muesli. For hotel guests, breakfast is included in the price, and in summer, you can enjoy breakfast on the wonderful lake terrace. À la carte breakfast from the buffet costs € 36 and can be given as a gift with a gift voucher.
Have a good lunch!
3 courses of toque-awarded cuisine for € 29: you can't find this anywhere else than at the most beautiful spot on lake Wörthersee. And it's not just food of any quality but high-quality cuisine awarded with 2 toques. From October to May, you can enjoy a delicious lunch in the Orangerie from 12 to 2 pm. During the summer months, lunch menus are served in the lake restaurant Porto Bello. Subscribe to the no-obligation, weekly lunchtime newsletter.
Gourmet dinner from the toque-awarded kitchen
Starting at 6.30 pm, the tables in the Orangerie are set for the 5-course dinner, which is part of half-board arrangement. On Saturdays, there is a 6-course menu and aperitif as part of the Relais & Châteaux gala dinner. On 2 nights during the week, appetizers, main dishes, and desserts from the buffet are offered. Alpe-Adria cuisine includes specialties from the "Dreiländereck" (tri-border area). On the evening with regional delicacies, you can enjoy traditional Carinthian treats such as pasta filled with curt cheese, roast pork, and Reindling ice cream.
"My family started taking me here in the 1960s. Have visited numerous times but only between June and September [high season] but never a zoo of tourists. Five star service, cuisine and old fashioned Austrian Gemuetlichkeit. Romantic, quiet and lots of water sports and hiking around the Alps. Visiting for sure in September when things quiet down."DoubleDee2020, March 2019 • Tripadvisor