|Minimum Stay||5 - 7 nights|
Imagine your self over looking the lake of Eugeinesee on the southern slopes of Engelberg, living in a traditional stone, alpine ski lodge . Architecturally inspired by Engelberg’s famous Benedictine Monastery, this elegant stone villa offers a spacious home from home atmosphere. with awe inspiring mountain and lake views views from the 4 aspects.
Eugenia Haus welcomes you with its elegant boutique style interior, open log fires, spectacular entertaining space both indoors and out . A private home in the mountains located in a uniquely quiet setting only 5 minutes from skiing and in town entertainment with exceptional balcony and terrace.space.
As an alpine home it is perfect for parties of up to 18 using all 10 rooms , suitable for more than one family or groups.The facilities include a total of 5/6 bedrooms a combination of en suite , separate shower or bathroom facilities, guest WC. The first floor includes 3 reception rooms one of which is a glass winter garden and a large modern kitchen. For smaller groups the house divides taking in one floor with 2/3 bedrooms for up to 8 guests.
Eugenia Haus splits into two apartments, if required. both have a seperate entrance, ideally suited for sleeping up to 8 in Apartment A and up to 18 in the whole 10 room Villa. Spacious rooms equate to an area exceeding a total of 200 sq meters in the house and further 100 metres on the terrace . The house is fully equipt with two kitchens when needed. A further unit that can be separated for guests that need family help to live in . in the 6th downstairs room- which doubles as a studio kitchen/diner for Apartmnet A-.
We have introduced a new 8 burner gas grill with rotisserie for outdoor dining which is available from June 2012 the terrace offers exceptional outdoor entertaining space making the Eugenia Haus the perfect home and an ideal summer party venue.
Key is the flexibility with bedroom layouts.
and safe parking for up to 4 cars with easy level access to the top floor rooms
Dear Jacqueline, dear john,
we are by now returned to Leipzig and I want to thank you for your generous hospitality.
We enjoyed your marvelous and homely House and would say thank you for the patience of you, by arranging the additional beds and linnen for us.
We wish you I very good time and maybe we'll be back ;-)
Thank you for all
We enjoyed a great 1 week holiday in Engelberg. The house is beautiful and very well equipped. The views from every window are breathtaking.
The owners, John and Jacqueline were very friendly and extremely helpful, giving us a short tour of the town and making us feel at home in the house.
We stayed in thsi property in the February half term week and had a really good week.
The house was just as described or perhaps even better, the kitchen was extremely well appointed and had every utensil you could possibly think of, the attention to detail was excellent.
The living area was very comfortable, spacious and well furnished and the balcony room was a lovely cosy place to sit and admire the spectacular views.
The location was a comfortable walk from the centre of the town and the gondola station., usually taking about 10-15 mins.
The beds were so comfortable and the bedrooms were also spacious and well furnished with plenty of hanging space and general storage.
Engelberg is a llovely town and not as expensive as we thought it maybe, the Yucatan is the place to go between 5-6 forthe happy hour, also they do really nice food especially the burgers.
Last but by no means least, John and Jaqueline who own the house were extremely helpful both before and during our stay, They have extensive knowledge of the local area and nothing was too much trouble for them.
We would love to return some day.
What a beautiful home and beautiful surroundings! John, our host, was more than helpful and very welcoming. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay and can only recommend this amazing place with the highest of praise!
My family (7 grand children from 11 to 27 years old, their parents and myself with my wife,- the grand parents) had a wonderful 7 day vacation in this house from 22.9.10until 28.9.10.
The location is exelent, beatiful views of the sorounding , short distance to super markets (2). The house is fully aquiped with al the neccessary equipment in the kitchen for 14 people, and the sitting room with DVD player as well as with a full HD tv monitor, with comfortable sofas and chairs.
The dining room has a big table that can easily acomodate 13-14 people around it. The "winter balcony with apbig sorounding glas window give you beautiful views of the Titilis and the sorundig picks. Very quite place, with the sound of some cows's bels only around.
On the lower lewel there is a possibility to use a large open griler as well.
To summerise: exelent place to spend your vacation with the whole family, very kind owners (unfortunately we didn't met them but through e-mails only).
Have just returned from a marvellous weekend staying in the house, and would heartily agree with all the other reviewers. This is a really quality place for skiing, sightseeing or a just a relaxing break sampling Swiss life.
Comfortable, modern, well furnished and spacious, the house is filled with lots of lovely furniture and feels like a home from home. I slept heartily, as they say. The facilities are modern inside, and outside there is the most lovely recently-added balcony with terrific views of Mount Titlis. We ate out there in the sun on the Sunday, and stayed there with some fine wine chatting for hours!
Needless to say the village is small but very friendly and pretty - are they not all like this in Switzerland? - with enough to see and do. Even the train journey was fun, from Zurich via an easy change in Lucene, and a steep climb through the mountains to the terminus at Engelberg.
All in all I recommend the house - in fact plan a return trip later this year. See you there!
We started our holiday flying into Basel (on a lost cost flight) & boarded the train to Lucerne, and another to Engleberg. Connections worked out well, & the journey was thoroughly enjoyable. The lake at Lucerne was stunning, & the climb up to Engelberg, through forests and quaint villages was truly breathtaking. On reaching E'berg, we thought we had entered into a Winter Wonderland - hooraagh!
We were met by John & Gay who kindly picked us up from the train station & took us to the chalet. The chalet was of a high standard - it was clean, a good size, and was decorated to a traditional yet modern style. The view from the chalet to Mount Titlis was mesmerising. You could just look out the window & forget about all troubles & enjoy the peacefulness & tranquillity of it all.
Morning after the day of travel: we woke up and took the short walk to the main ski lift. It was great to see that there weren’t any queues & this was the case for the whole week. Bonus!
My sister and I have done a ski season each and so we're pretty confident on ours skis. We were hoping that the skiing would be challenging enough for us & am happy to say that it certainly lived up to our expectations. There was variety on the slopes, & enough devilish runs to get the adrenalin going. It snowed a couple of times so we were able to enjoy going off-piste & enjoy a bit of power snow.
It was the second time skiing for my nephew who is now 8. We sent him for lessons at the Swiss Ski School – and he absolutely loved it. He was very well looked after, and his skiing improved immensely. His teacher was a true professional – he spoke perfect English, and got the best from his young team. Medals presented at the award ceremony at the end of the week gave the children something to be proud of – and parents, friends (and aunties) were happy to see their sense of achievement.
When you want a break from skiing, there’s a lot to explore on the mountain. There's an igloo hotel that's built every year - you could stay there for a night or two, or like us .. stop there for some cheese fondue and Gluvine. There’s also a Glacier Grotto and the rotating cable car (Rotair) is another plus.
Nightlife in E'berg is fun. We went to the Yucatan which was good, but the Spindle Night Club proved to be the better of the two. The traditional Swiss restaurant at Alpenclub is a must for food - and the atmosphere there is fab.
A fab trip all in all - which ticked many boxes.
Nothing beats height for reliably good snow, Mount Titlis, the highest peak in central Switzerland at 3238 metres, provides Engelberg with a year-round snow covered glacier and one of the longest winter seasons in the Alps, from mid-November until mid-May
Renowned for its hospitality Engelberg is a short transfer from Zurich, Basel and Geneva airports, easily accessible by rail or road via Lucerne.
Steeped in history and character the town owes its origins to the Bendictine Monastery established in 1120 a d.
Engelberg offers all the comfort ,entertainment, diverse sporting activities and skiing challenge modern skiers expect from a first class resort., 82 kilometres of downhill ski and snow boarding, free ride heaven the most memorable, famous and beautiful runs in the alps, 'Kings run' from Mt. Titlis (10,000 feet) to Engelberg (3,000 feet) . In Summertime Eneglebrg's attractions, offer outdoor life at its best, energising, spectacular , unforgettable and diverse
Other Activities: Cross country , snowboarding/ free riding,curling, snow shoeing, skating,roller blades
Andreas Prinzing Golf Academy
Clubhouse with changing rooms, showers and locker room
Pro Shop with a wide range of golf apparel, golf accessories and Mietschlägern
public restaurant with sun terrace
Scorecard / Course Rating
Course Rating 18 hole course (6.5kb)
9 hole course rating (1-9) (6.5kb)
Course rating 9 hole course (10 - 18) (6.5kb)
18-hole score card Engelberg-Titlis (120kb)
May to October
Ski: The famous 'Kings run' from Mt. Titlis (10,000 feet) to Engelberg (3,000 feet) claims to be one of the most beautiful runs of the Alps! measuring just under 12 Kilometres (7.5 Miles) long with an altitude difference of 7,00 feet! A free riders heaven Engelberg offers 25 various cable transportation systems (cable-cars and mainly chairlifts, some T-bar lifts), 82 kilometres of downhill ski and snowboard runs, 39 kilometres of cross-country skiing. The run Mt. Titlis - Stand can be considered as a difficult downhill run. The run from Stand to Trübsee and the Jochpass-Engstlenalp areas are very suitable for intermediate skiers. The run between Trübsee and Engelberg is ideal for families and for the less-experienced. Today one of the biggest resort events surrounds the much celebrated, only natural ski jump in Europe .The FIS Ski-Jumping World Cup sees the best in the world compete for the most coveted title outside of the Olympic Games.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Apr 12 2015 - May 30 2015
7 night minimum stay
May 31 2015 - Jul 4 2015
5 night minimum stay
Jul 5 2015 - Sep 5 2015
7 night minimum stay
Sep 6 2015 - Dec 12 2015
5 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||€500|
|Stay tax||€3.2 per night, per person. This amount will be due to the manager upon arrival. Does not apply to children under 11 years.|
parties above 16 surcharge, linen and final cleaning not included
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (EUR) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.