Here’s a bit of the Tennerhof’s early history I learned on my last visit: Back in the 1920s one, Ian Fleming, roared into town. The young drop-out stayed at a small pension, today’s Tennerhof. Its owner, a former British spy, seeded his mind. The Ian Fleming room is still there, almost, okay, not quite the same, as in 1926. Since then the pension has evolved into a sumptuously rustic five-star hotel. The original 1679 building is the hotel’s heart and for 18-19 the von Pasquali Family added three luxury châlets to the hotel’s 39 rooms and their Romerhof’s ten apartments; all within the original farm property. Rooms are furnished with Austrian antiques. There’s superb service; great views across to the Streif and town; they were awarded the leading spa of the world for 18-19; and yes, there’s delicious dining. Chef Stefan Lenz shares his talents with you every day. So come, or return, to the Tennerhof – you might just run into 007!