Chalet for up to 4 people at an altitude of 1.200 m
2-room chalet, approx. 50 m², 1 bedroom, satellite TV, garden furniture, parking, barbecue area, the outside area is bordered by a fence. Covered arbor, In-house Kneipp
Heating: Tiled stove
Location: In a small mountain village 4 km above St. Ruprecht, in Allgau
Altitude: 1.200 Hm
Arrival: 4 km uphill via an asphalted road. Snow clearing in winter but snow chains are required!
Far away from traffic and noise, this holiday domicile is surrounded by meadows and forests. To be precise, the accommodation is located in an idyllic mountain village 4 km above St. Ruprecht ob Murau at the base of the local mountain, the ”Gstoder“. The owner is a passionate pottery maker and has lovingly decorated the newly renovated chalet in a modern style with a great eye for detail and her own works. The tiles, lampshades and artworks on the walls are all handmade by her and radiate a homely atmosphere and a cosy warm living ambience.
The lovingly designed colourful and biodiverse garden with a small stream and a covered pergola offers plenty of space for relaxation and chilling out.
The surrounding nature can be easily explored starting directly at the chalet. Whether on foot, touring ski in winter or by bike in summer, there is a suitable, seasonable leisure activity for every guest - whether in the snow-covered winter landscape or surrounded by a colourful blossoming spectacle of nature. If requested, the owner accompanies nature lovers on herb hiking tours, wild mushroom and beery picking tours – useful tips included.
If you wish to explore your creativity on your holiday, then you can try your hands at pottery making at the owner’s workshop on request. Or you make your own pizza and bake it in the wood-fired oven. Of course, you can also just simply enjoy the homemade bread of the owners.
Our tip: The Styrian Wood Museum in St. Ruprecht ob Murau with its annual special exhibition about wood has been a popular excursion destination for many years and is a perfect starting point for tours on the ”Steirischen Holzstraße“ (Styrian Wood Route).