Enjoy the atmosphere of this 95m2 two-storey apt in our peaceful village in a listed building from the 17th century. There is a ceramic studio in the same house, visit the gallery, and, if you like, take a lump of clay and make yourself a souvenir bowl. You have access to a book collection of art books from all over the world. Do not miss to have an afternoon tea in the house´s private garden :-) You will also find fresh herbs here to pick for your meals.
“Petra is a wonderful host and the apartment is modern and quite nice. We enjoyed staying in Stadtschlaining, touring the old Castle and peace museum. We also enjoyed eating at Mike's Cafe and Pub across the street. Petra went above and beyond to help us connect with relatives from the nearby town of Unterwart. This is quite significant for me as my grandparents emigrated to the USA almost 100 years ago from Untawart. This experience will never be forgotten!”
Our stylishly furnished holiday home in southern Burgenland invites everyone to take a break. It has 3 bedrooms, living and dining room, kitchen, bathroom and separate toilet. The view over Buchschachen can be enjoyed on the spacious terrace. Our house also has a large garden and separate parking facilities. WiFi is available free of charge throughout the house. Dimmable lights and a fireplace create a cozy atmosphere. Pets on request.
“Clean and large accommodation, the thermal baths Stegersbach and Bad Tatzmanndorf are easily accessible. Communication with the host was friendly, quick and smooth. Great, again at any time.”
Welcome to the Toth family in Oberschützen. Surrounded by forest, our Canadian log cabin / chalet with infrared cabin is located in the middle of nature on the ridges of Oberschützen with a view of the valley. The log cabin / chalet has a comfortable size of 30 m2 and is equipped with a fully equipped kitchen with dining area, TV, WiFi, a pull-out sofa bed with double bed function (own mattresses), a separate bedroom, bathroom with shower and toilet.
“Everything was great, even saw a deer.”