Stift Reichersberg is a monastery of the Innviertel Congregation of the Austrian Augustinian Canons. It lies on the Inn River in Reichersberg, Upper Austria. The original monastery was relatively small, built in Romanesque-Gothic style. As of 2013 there were about twenty canons at the abbey.The monastery has been renovated and is now a cultural center of the Innviertels.The monastery has an extensive library, holding 55,000 volumes. It holds a large collection of religious art, which can be viewed during guided tours. In 2002 a painting of the Massacre of the Innocents, which was on loan, was found to be a genuine Rubens. It was later sold for over €75 million. The monastery holds exhibitions, seminars and garden days. It has a shop, a wine shop and restaurant. There is accommodation for seminar attendees.
Location is on a small hill with beuatiful view on the town. Apartment was clean and had everything we needed. The breakfast was superb! Stayed here just for 1 night as a stopover but liked it very much.