We welcome you at your holiday apartment hoping you will have an unforgettable and pleasant stay.
Up to four persons may be perfectly accommodated in two bedrooms. Furthermore, it offers a completely furnished bathroom, a cosy living-room with a 47-inch TV and a fully equipped kitchen with a comfortable seating corner.
The apartment has a separate entrance as well as its own garden plot. An ample and private parking space directly in front of the apartment offers capacity for two cars.
Embedded in a beautiful natural landscape, our 65 m² sized apartment is situated in the centre of Hohenweiler, a small and cosy Austrian village. The apartment is on the ground floor.
We offer two lovely and spacious bedrooms with a king-size bed in the master bedroom plus two single beds in the second bedroom. One room offers a chest of drawers, the other one a spacious wardrobe as well as an upholstered stool and a small sideboard.
The living room is equipped with a pleasant sofa, a coffee-table as well as a 47-inch TV receiving programs via satellite.
A fully fitted kitchen with a charming seating corner offers the possibility for a cosy gathering while having a drink or enjoying a pleasant dinner. Depending on season, weather conditions and temperature you may sit outside at the terrace including your own garden area whilst enjoying the sun's warm rays in addition.
The bathroom offers a toilet, a comfortable walk-in shower with a double washbasin and two bathroom cabinets.
For your baggage items, shoes, skis or further belongings a separate storage room is available. And last but not least, you will find parking facilities for two cars right in front of your apartment.
Přístup pro hosty
Aside from a separate entrance, you have access to your private garden area directly in front of the apartment, including garden furniture and barbecue.
Vztahy s hosty
We ourselves are living on the first floor and naturally will be available to assist you whenever needed.
Hi - this is Suellen and Peter.
So, what to tell about us in a short manner:
We first met in 2006 in São Paulo. Suellen is Brazilian - I am Austrian and I moved to Brazil in 1999. Together we came back to Austria in 2011, when our son Nikolas was born.
Suellen, who was accustomed to life in a city with around 12 Million inhabitants nowadays lives in a village with around thousand locals. And I have to believe in her: She would never exchange Hohenweiler with São Paulo! Why? Because she loves being close to nature – and that’s what we have plenty of!