|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
mountains is not quite normal. That's the beauty! Hausherr Nils Holger Moormann is known for its furniture, the warden he was rather unplanned. He received The listed building as an accompaniment to a land purchase. To preserve it before the final expiry, it had to be renovated. So was the house, whose traces can be traced back to 1671, carefully converted into the Moormann typical, straightforward way. Spacious rooms, natural materials and the contrast between historical substance and modern, minimalist design characterize the interior design. Almost each of the 16 quarters for self-catering is equipped with a small but fine cuisine. In the garden behind the house, there are some modern annexe. They complement the range of mountains, among other things to a sauna.
The Quartier Winterstube offers a living experience of a very own style: Laid-open stone walls and old wooden floors let the past speak and run through the entire room to the bathroom. The alcove with its many niches and door refers to its traditional role models. The entry into the alcove may require a bit of skill, but it will be immediately rewarded with a comfortable place to sleep. The small sitting area by the window invites in the books of the apartment for eating together or browse. When cooking and rinsing wonderfully real and Aschauer 'Zuagroaste' can be observed.
1-room apartment, 35 sq.m.
Double bed, 1,40 x 2,0 m
Bathroom: Shower, towels and hair dryer available
Kitchen: stove, dishwasher, refrigerator, Basics
Suitable for 2 people
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My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
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