Self-catering hut for 8 people, at an altitude of approx. 1500m
3-room hut in South Tyrol, approx. 90 m², 2 bedrooms, on 2 floors, terrace with barbecue facilities, seating area in front of the hut, sandpit, spring, deck chairs available, farm produce, BEGINNING WITH WINTER 2019/20 - there will be a Sauna!
Heating: Wood-burning stove, pellet stove
Water: Gas boiler
Location: In a secluded location above the South Tyrolean village of Welsberg in Alta Pusteria
Altitude: 1.500 Hm
Arrival: Approx. 5 km mountain road, of which 600m of unsurfaced forest road lead to the hut. Don’t forget to bring snow chains in winter!
The arrival in the Hochpustertal Valley leads you first to the farm of the owners who will greet you with typical South Tyrolean hospitality. The route then continues 5 km uphill, bend by bend on a well-gravelled mountain road until you get closer to the beautiful alpine pasture with crazing cattle. The hut is situated in a secluded location. The bright wood panels and the spacious, furnished terrace are very inviting. The forest behind the alpine hut is home to many deer and stags which come close to the hut in the evenings where you can watch them. The well at the car park and the small pond near the hut are great attractions for children and invite to play and splash around in summer.
Enjoy the impressive view to the Dolomites. The Birkenkofel and the Haunold Mountain Range are directly at the hut’s doorsteps and are only a small section of this wonderful mountain world. From a geographical aspect and due to the southern location, summer lasts a few months longer here than in Austria. Meaning that summer temperatures are reached even in spring or late autumn here, thus extending your mountain holiday.
Winter holidaymakers are just as much delighted with the South Tyrolean Mountains. The Kronplatz is only a few kilometres away. It is the flagship ski mountain in South Tyrol and it offers top-modern mountain railways, lifts and pistes in three directions.
Tip: Use the "Holiday Pass", which is included in your accommodation. All public transport and many entries are therefore free.. Take the train and off you go to the baroque town of Brixen, Tyrol’s oldest town and medieval episcopal town since 901.