Haus Alpenblick

Schönangerweg 383
AT-6100 Seefeld
t   (0043) 5212 2516
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from 90.–
per unit and night in EUR


Located at an altitude of 1,200 metres in the sun-blessed village of Seefeld in Tirol, Haus Alpenblick enjoys a prime setting surrounded by unique mountain scenery. Our guests particularly appreciate our house’s quiet yet central location. Both the village centre and the Rosshütte mountain lift facilities are just minutes’ walk away.

Appointed with light, wooden furnishings, Haus Alpenblick’s spacious, modern rooms and apartments are all located on the first floor of the building. With two separate bedrooms - one double room and one single room - the ‘Panoramablick’ apartment provides ideal accommodation for 3 guests. In addition to a fully equipped kitchen, this apartment also offers a newly refurbished bathroom with a modern shower unit, WC, towel radiator and hairdryer. As the name of the apartment suggests, its south-east and south-west facing balcony offers breathtaking panoramic views of, among others, the Seefelder Spitze and Reither Spitze mountains.

With a living room, kitchen and one separate bedroom, the ‘Bergblick’ apartment offers spacious accommodation for two guests. Here, too, the balcony offers spectacular views of the Tyrolean mountains. Guests staying in this apartment can, on request, book an additional single room situated right opposite. In addition to the two holiday apartments, Haus Alpenblick also has one south-west-facing double room complete with a balcony offering unobstructed views of the Hohe Munde mountain. All the rooms and apartments have a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi internet access. The kitchens are equipped with everything you need to do your own cooking.

During the summer months Haus Alpenblick in Seefeld in Tirol is the perfect ‘base camp’ for hiking and biking enthusiasts thanks to the region’s countless trails and routes covering all levels of difficulty. Using the Rosshütte or Gschwandtkopf mountain lift facilities a whole world of mountain summit hikes awaits you. And, after an eventful day in the great outdoors, you can unwind in our colourful flowering garden or in our brand new guest lounge.

Savour an action-packed winter holiday on the region’s 271 kilometres of immaculately groomed cross-country ski tracks or along 143 kilometres of cleared winter hiking trails. Enjoy a spot of fun on the skating rink, try your hand at Alpine-style curling or treat yourself to a wonderfully romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride through the magical snow-covered landscape. And if you fancy some blissful relaxation, pay a visit to the pools and saunas in Seefeld’s Olympia leisure complex.

Your hosts, the Erler family, look forward to welcoming you and offering you an unforgettable stay here in Haus Alpenblick in the heart of the Region Seefeld-Tirols Hochplateau.


Rooms incl.: Carport, WIFI, very spacious balcony, common room and garden.

Apartements incl: Carport, very spacious balcony, bed and table linens, towels, flat screen TV, common room and garden.

Check in: by appointment
Check out: 10:30


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Haus Alpenblick

Schönangerweg 383,

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