Haus Lärchenwald - App. Geoluni

Kindergarten 573 - Top A4
AT-6100 Seefeld
t   (0030) 694 64 60 694
e   geoluni@hotmail.com
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from 45.–
per unit and night in EUR

Description

Our apartment consists of 2rooms,is located in a sunny, peaceful spot just near Rosshuette ski slopes & Nordski paths,only a 5min walk from the centre.Enjoy your holidays in our fully furnished,cosy & friendly Tyrolean-style apartm,available all year long.Being located on the ground floor,the living room gives you access to a wide beautiful garden.The apartm is only a 5min walk from the train station,where you can find trains going to Innsbruck (30min)and Munchen.

The Region Seefeld is located on a high, open plateau, between the Wetterstein mountains, with the iconic Zugspitze, and the Karwendel Nature Park. The cross-country ski trails and the winter walking paths are part and parcel of the winter landscape and in summer, this sunny plateau keeps its guests happy with endless walking possibilities, a good variety of biking trails and plenty of culinary delights. Mother Nature is right on the doorstep of every hotel, just step over the threshold and find yourself in the middle of a green oasis, breathing in clear alpine air. Family-run bed & breakfasts, fabulous wellness hotels, award-winning restaurants and long-established traditions nicely round off the Region Seefeld and its range of all-year-round activities. The combination of action, indulgence and relaxation is a veritable feast for all the senses.

Conditions

The apartment is available from a minimum stay of 30 days.

Incl. heating, water, electricity

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Haus Lärchenwald - App. Geoluni

Kindergarten 573 - Top A4,
Seefeld

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