Enjoy your holiday in the midst of vineyards in a unique tree hotel 4 meters high. From the midsize living area you reach a terrace where you can spend comfortable hours, as well as marvelous sunsets and sunsets.
“We had a great time staying at the treehouse. Its really a cozy spot surrounded by vineyards, and the ruins nearby were fun to see. We had dinner at a Heurigen in walking distance which was wonderful, and overall had a very nice time exploring the area. Definitely recommend a stay here, if you are looking for a very relaxing getaway in the wine region.”
Unser altes ehemaliges Bauernhaus liegt in Burgschleinitz, einem hübschen Dorf mit mittelalterlicher Wasserburg, romanischer Kirche, gotischem Karner und viel Natur zwischen Wald- und Weinviertel nahe Eggenburg. Fahrräder, E-Bikes,Kanus, Kajaks, Feuerstelle, Griller, Sandspielplatz, Tischtennis und Sauna. Und Josephsbrot, die vielleicht beste Bäckerei Österreichs mit Cafe! Die ruhige Unterkunft ist mit unserer zweiten Wohnung "im alten Bauernhaus" kombinierbar. wir freuen uns! Susanne und Ernst
“Beautiful, sunny flooded loft apartment in a small farmhouse ensemble. Seriously, the host is super nice and gave us top bikes for a bike tour to Eggenburg across the fields. You can also just chill in the garden or take a look at the Romanesque church and the Karner as well as the castle in the village.”
Feel at home in a stylish tree house with a tiled fireplice and a spacious outdoor balcony. The heavenly tree house accommodation is ideal for those seeking peace, but still an ideal starting point for activities of all kinds. Vienna, the well-known Wachau, Krems, Melk and St. Pölten are easy to reach.
“Our weekend in the tree house met the high expectations. The interior is really cozy and invites you to relax. The fireplace created the right mood to just feel good. A personal highlight was a squirrel that greedily stole bird food right next to the window. We have never had the opportunity to observe these cute animals up close. A big thank you goes to the hosts. We were greeted warmly and could also rely on help from you.”