Hut for 2 to 4 persons in 1030 m above sea level
2-room hut approx. 40 m², adjacent stable, fenced property (electric fence), 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, tiled stove, radio with CD player, games collection, SAT TV, furnished terrace, parasol, sun loungers, charcoal grill, wood storage, fenced parking space for 1 car, well basin (no drinking water)
-20% TOP DEAL for summer 2022!
For bookings from 3 nights. The price has been adapted for the period.
Heating: Tiled stove, electric heater in the bathroom
Water: Hot water through e-boiler, water from hut-own spring not officially drinking water! Please boil for consumption
Location: nny, secluded mountain location
Altitude: 1030 Hm
Arrival: Toll road (one-time access costs Euro 6.00). It is an unsurfaced mountain road (gravel road) - well accessible, but the car should not have a lowered suspension setting!
Here you will find a pure countryside idyll!
Rettenschöss, the smallest village in this diverse holiday region, is situated just a few minutes from the popular Lake Walchsee in the Tyrolean Kaiserwinkl. Surrounded by the impressive Zahme Kaiser of the massive Kaiser Mountains, you enjoy the best view across Kufstein, with its medieval fortress, from your holiday hut.
The quaint design of your hut has been preserved with great attention to detail during the smaller and larger renovation works. The old solid wood door frames to the living room and the kitchen are, corresponding to the time, very low. We therefore recommend to stoop when entering the rooms ;).
Ceilings made from solid wood and creaking floorboards exude an unmistakable hut feeling
The equipment, on the other hand, leaves nothing to be desired in today's world.
- The spacious bedroom, with plenty of light, new solid wood beds and parquet flooring, is ideal for families.
- Bathroom and kitchen block have been brought up to date.
- The cosy living room, with a new dining area and a wonderful tiled stove, is the heart of the hut. It provides for relaxed evening hours, not only in winter.
The small adjacent stable is a direct part of the hut. It doesn’t get any more "real" than this
Your “neighbours” graze around your holiday home during the day. You can watch them from the terrace while you enjoy your morning coffee. They snort contentedly and the ringing of the traditional cow bells is part of alpine pasture life.
By the way: Children love being close to the animals. They like to feed them over the fence with bundles of grass mixed with alpine herbs. And this how it should stay. Cows cannot digest sweets or leftover food, and even if they are peaceful companions, they can still get scared or protect their calves.
The owners of the hut recommend the trail to the Brennkopf summit cross as a starting point for the hiking holiday or as a leisurely hiking tour with the kids. You can enjoy your personal summit experience within 30 minutes! Alpine pasture enjoyment also means culinary delights at serviced alpine huts such as the Wandberghütte, an alpine inn around 3 kilometres away.
Tip: The Kaiserwinkl Card is included! That means many activities and attractions can be enjoyed at reduced price or even free of charge. Take a look!