- Type: Apartment
- Number of bedrooms: 1
- Number of persons: 4
- Distance to London: 805 km
Internet, Dishwasher, To the slope
Boekjebungalow.nl appreciate this holiday home as 3 number of stars
The apartment is located in Mittelberg, Kleinwalsertal in Austria.
The Kleinwalsertal is an ideal ski area. There is snow from early December to late March. Often you can also ski in April.
The appartment is ca. 100 m form the slopes.
The three places Riezlern, Hirschegg and Mittelberg are about 1200 meters altitude. The big lifts (Walmerdingerhorn, Kanzelwandbahn, Ifenlift and Pars Lift) go approx 2000 meters hoogte.Het valley located approximately 100km east of the Bodensee and lies right Oberstdorf (with its large ski jumps).
The apartment is located in the Aparthotel in Mittelberg.
This apartment is suitable for 4 persons. The area of the apartment is 35m2.
The apartment is on the second floor and has a modern décor.
There is a cozy living room with comfortable furniture, a kitchen with microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher.
The bathroom has a shower and toilet. There is 1 bedroom featuring a large double bed. In the living room you will find a luxury sofa bed for 2 persons.
The apartment has a balcony (sun from 12 noon until the end of the day).
You have your own parking space, ideal when it snows.
You can from the garage with direct internal lift to the apartment.
The hotel has the following facilities:
- Restaurant (s bread service)
- swimming pool
- bowling alley
- Pool Tables
- Bar with TV
- Gym with table tennis and volleyball field
- ski School
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- Living room
- Bedrooms (1)
- Bathroom with shower and toilet
- 1 double bed
- 1 double sofabed
- balcony with plenty of sunshine
- 100 m from the slopes