It might be a bit of a climb to the Liftstube on the first floor but the unspoilt view of the cable cars ascending the Kampenwand mountain through the large window facing the garden is well worth it. Situated in the oldest section of the house, the open natural stone walls and “creeky” floorboards in the Liftstube pay testimony to its history. The bedroom is framed by old brick and clay walls, which extend up to the half-open bathroom. If there are too many overnight guests for the large bed, a second bed can be quickly set up on the sofa in the separate living room with kitchen.
Details: 1st upper storey | Facing south-east towards the garden | Living room with fully-equipped kitchen, cosy dining recess and pull-out couch | Separate bedroom with a 1.60 m double bed | Bathroom with shower and separate WC
Note: Maximum occupancy 4 people | If required, an additional children’s bed can be supplied | Dogs are unfortunately not allowed in this accommodation
Visitor’s tax and guest card with countless reductions | Free Wi-Fi in all accommodation | Free, concealed car park directly behind our guesthouse | Fully equiped kitchen and bathroom | Meticulous final clean of accommodation | Use of our garden with sun deck, boules area and pavilion | Selection of books for loan in all accommodation and in our Literati chamber | Sleighs and headlamps for loan | Spaces for bicycles and skis in our depot huts | The possibility of a design furniture exhibition providing an insight into the company and the history behind Nils Holger Moormann Möbel GmbH.