Nature house in Bad kohlgrub

Details

Nature house-id 18196
Region Bavaria
Country Germany
Number of guests 4
Bedrooms 1
Type cottage
Rental situation part of house, other guests possible
Location isolated
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About this nature house

Why stay here Lying near the forest and Zugspitze ski area, this is an apartment in Bad Kohlgrub, Germany's highest alpine health spa. There is a balcony to enjoy wonderful views of mountains and a barbecue. Families and groups can stay here comfortably. Things to do around Enjoy hiking in the nearby Ammertal nature reserve and skiing at Zugspitze. Hörnle mountain peak is good for hiking and skiing. Riegsee and Schwaigsee are two beautiful lakes nearby. Linderhof Palace, Kolbensesselbahn, Alpine Coaster, Moorish Kiosk, and Tegernsee spas are some popular points in the region. What to expect from the space The self-catering apartment has parking and central heating. Kids can use sandpit, play equipment, children's bed, and high chair. There is a private furnished garden. More for your stay Munich Airport is the nearest air terminal. You can catch a train or bus, or drive to your stay from here. The train station is at 1 km. Check-in from 3 – 6 PM. Check-out from 9 – 10 AM.

Facilities

cooker ground floor
  • TV(satellite),
  • dining table,
  • radio,
  • 4 ring stoves,
  • electric
coffee machine ground floor
  • filter,
  • pads
oven ground floor
microwave ground floor
bedroom on the 1st floor
  • double bed(180 x 200 cm)
Children's bedroom on the 1st floor
  • bunk bed(90 x 190 cm)
bathroom on the 1st floor
  • shower,
  • washbasin,
  • toilet
Landing on the 1st floor
  • stair gate
dishwasher ground floor
coffee machine ground floor
  • fridge-freezer
Algemeen
  • balcony
  • heating
  • garden(private, 100 m2)
  • garden furniture
  • BBQ(charcoal)
  • parking
  • sand pit
  • play equipment
  • children's bed
  • high chair

Location

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