Shielded by two mighty 500-year-old maple trees, the Baumhaussuite (Tree House Suite) stands on a mountain slope on the edge of Austria’s High Tauern National Park. Perched on stilts, the house itself also reaches into the sky – its 55 square meters of living space spread across three levels. The middle level is the entrance floor, complete with a kitchen and bathroom (including a sauna). Half a flight of stairs down leads you to the living area, while half a flight of stairs up takes you to the sleeping gallery.
The Baumhaussuite will appeal to all your senses: the wonderful views of the surrounding mountain landscape are a feast for the eyes, which you can enjoy from the bathtub or sauna, from the sitting window in the living area or from the bed in the gallery. Scents of spruce wood fill the air and the careful selection of materials, such as the smooth, natural stone kitchen surfaces, the sleeping niche under the stairs lined with loden material, and the carved wood surfaces with their built-in compartments and niches, will delight your sense of touch. The branches of the trees are within easy reach, which means the rustling of the leaves and pleasant birdsong will be the soundtrack to your holiday.
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What to do
A petting zoo on the farm grounds, walks and trekking tours through the surrounding forests and meadows, Tauern Spa World and extensive sporting activities in the Europa-Sport region of Zell am See, Kaprun: In summer, golfing, hiking, mountain biking and bathing on the shores of Lake Zell. In winter, tobogganing and downhill or cross-country skiing at various ski resorts. Trips to Salzburg and plenty of other destinations in the region.
Why we like this house
Life between two trees with sweeping views of the valley. Luxurious comfort and
a simple, beautiful design - pure relaxation!
This house is great for
Couples and small families.
|Region/Town||AT – Austria, Salzburg (state), Hohe Tauern, Zell am See - Kaprun|
|Scenery||on the site of a historic mountain farm in the Hohe Tauern|
|Number of guests||1-3|
|Design||Georg Gappmaier, Munich|
|Published||ntv: Ratgeber Bauen & Wohnen 9/2018 (German TV)|
|Special Features||The Baumhaussuite is one of several lodgings of the Taxhof, a traditional farm. At the Taxhof's restaurant, guests are offered breakfast, and on selected days a dinner menu is served.|
|Criteria||1-2 (house/apartment), Family, Hiking, Mountains, Pet-friendly, Restaurant, Sauna, Skiing, Own agriculture|
|Same Partners||AUFBERG 1110, Heustodlsuite am Taxhof, AUFBERG 1113|