Cosy and in a peaceful location, with panoramic terrace for up to 2 people. All year round from three nights.
The Apartment Stadler in Obertraun on Lake Hallstatt welcomes you with beautiful lake views, in a quiet hillside location and just a 5-minute walk from Lake Hallstatt and 5 km away from the village of Hallstatt. The apartment comes with free Wi-Fi as well as a balcony.
Additional features of the spacious apartments include wooden floors, a bath, a living room with a kitchenette, satellite TV, CD and DVD player.
Further advantages of the Apartment Stadler are the magnificent panoramic terrace and free on-site car parking. All year round from three nights.
The bakery is just a 5 minute walk away and the next supermarket is a 10 minutes walk. The Krippenstein ski area is located just 3km away and can be reached using the free ski bus.
- Winter 2017: From 90.- Euro
Summer 2017: From 95.- Euro
Incl. finale cleaning and tourist tax
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“Private Holidays” around Lake Hallstatt
“Private Holidays” around Lake Hallstatt and Lake Gosau in Austria offers the perfect private accommodation for your stay in the Cultural Landscape UNESCO World Heritage region of Hallstatt Dachstein Salzkammergut. Be it a room, an apartment or a whole house – a warm welcome and friendly service are guaranteed!
At the heart of the legendary region around Lake Hallstatt
The historic landscape around Lake Hallstatt forms the centre of the Inner Salzkammergut. It owes its fascination in part to its rare flora and fauna, its important archaeological sites and to the imposing mountain backdrop of peaks and caves – the fascinating Giant Ice Cave, the gigantic Mammut cave and the underground white water streams of the Koppenbrüller cave. This natural landscape is also testimony to three and a half thousand years of continuous cultural heritage. Salt is Hallstatt’s “white gold”. It has been extracted here since the middle of the Bronze Age, accounting for the local people’s erstwhile prosperity. Embark on an extraordinary tour of the history of the “Man in Salt” in the Salt Worlds of Hallstatt. Grave relics dating from what archaeologists refer to as the “Hallstatt Age” testify to the wealth of the earliest salt miners. Priceless finds are on display in the Cultural Heritage Museum. Characteristic of this region are also the charming small houses with their typical wooden verandas, the vigour of the local folklore and the ebullient mentality of the people who live here.