Welcome to the Ramsbacher family. We all are the big Ramsi family.

Let us pamper you and enjoy your holiday at the Nassfeld in Carinthia, in a wonderfully relaxed family atmosphere, down-to-earth and cosy. Our Kinderhotel Ramsi is a special place with special people – and with a very special imp. We all are the big Ramsi family.

Spend a wonderful holiday with us in Carinthia’s Gailtal Valley. In our family hotel and on our sunny plateau of 100,000 m2 we offer you a lot of space for shared activities. Our large Ramsi family stands for sport and games, for exciting nature expeditions, but also for peace and relaxation.

Our little chats: heart-warming extras

During our little chats you can literally bombard us with questions. Karin and Walter Ramsbacher and all our department heads are there for you at certain times (in addition to the usual reception times). They give you great tips and recommendations, tell you all about the current house rules and pass on the most important news. But they also love to tell you of their favourite spots in the region and all sorts of more about their duties and their work in the Kinderhotel Ramsi.

For example, you can get our chef’s favourite recipe and new game ideas from our children’s club management or let our wellness fairy show you some simple beauty tricks. Or you can talk to our animal keeper about the animal babies on our farm. Chitchat about everything and anything that comes to mind, to your heart’s content. Elsewhere, they call it consultation hours, but we simply call it little chats. Because they are so down-to-earth and easy-going.

A detailed overview of our little chats can be found at our reception.

Family Ramsbacher

The Ramsbacher Family

Your hosts and the history of the house

The Ramsi Imp

An adorable little rascal who loves to eat a lot

The Ramsi Team

Attentive people and current job offers

Overheard in Ramsi’s Nature Adventure World:
You know, Ramsi, when I grow up, I want to have kids. At least 60 of them!" The little rabbit crouched on the arm of the Little Imp and nibbled dreamily on a dandelion leaf.