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Embedded in the village setting of Leutasch, with a view of the surrounding forests and mountain scenery of the Tyrolean plateau, the four apartments of KOKON invite you to retreat into nature. 

The solid wood building consists of four equally sized apartments, some of which are arranged one above the other, others staggered. Each of the holiday units is suitable for three people, but they can also be combined floor by floor through a connecting door. This way, there is room for either six or even twelve people to travel together.

From the outside, the building’s restrained shape and black wooden façade set it apart from the traditional houses of the region without losing its roots. In addition to the warm, parlour-like rooms and a few pieces of antique farmhouse furniture, the playful pattern on the façade is reminiscent of rural woodcarvings. If you look closely, you will discover dancing butterflies that – depending on the season and time of day – bathe the rooms in very special plays of light and shadow. In addition, the large windows opening onto the south-facing terraces and balconies flood the apartments with daylight. In combination with the cladding of light-coloured untreated wood and a fine feeling for harmonious colour contrasts, this creates a pleasantly positive atmosphere for relaxation and discovery.

For even more retreat, a room-within-a-room solution provides a cosy sleeping chamber and a bathroom. Even here, the butterfly-like façade creates dreamlike lighting moods. In contrast to the calming atmosphere in the bedroom, the colourfully speckled bathroom inspires the senses and gets you in the mood for the day. The extension of the built-in unit leads to a large daybed; opposite, in a rather small space, a large kitchenette opens up.

What to do

Hiking and cycling tours - through forests and meadows up to the peaks with their numerous huts and alpine pastures, mountain biking in the trail park, swimming in the lakes, forest bathing, skiing, ski tours, cross-country skiing, tobogganing, ice skating and snowshoe hikes, a visit to the Leutascher Geisterklamm, archery, climbing, tennis, squash, fishing, horse riding, golfing, wellness, regional cuisine, a varied cultural programme and traditional events.

Why we like this house

A place with minimalist furnishings and a maximum of possibilities, designed with a sustainable approach.

This house is great for

For nature-loving couples, families and friends of up to twelve people - whether sporty and active or with meditative ease.


Solid wood house with cellulose insulation in low-energy construction, 100 % eco-power, charging facilities for electric cars at the house, public transport: rail connection to Seefeld and bus to Leutasch.


Region AT – Austria, Tyrol, Leutasch
Name Kokon
Scenery In the village, with a beautiful view of the garden, the forest and mountain scenery
Number of guests Max. 12 in 4 apartments for 2-3 persons each
Completed 2022
Design Martin List (architect), Leutasch
Specials The apartments on the same floor can be joined together by a connecting door.
Architecture Modern
Accomodation Apartment
Criteria 1-2 (house/apartment), Apartments combinable, Family, Garden, Hiking, Lake/river, Mountains, Skiing, EV-charging station, No car needed

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