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The house is situated upon a quiet small hill in the valley of Gosau.This position affords the house a unique and dramatic panoramic view of the Gosau Mountains as well as open views across the valley. A great place for winter and summer holidays

Haus Am Rennerbühel is situated upon a quiet small hillock in the valley of Gosau-Hintertal.

This position affords the house a unique and dramatic panoramic view of the Gosaukamm Mountains as well as open views across the Gosau valley including its three distinctive churches.

Gosau is one of the main ski villages of the Dachstein West ski region – the largest in Upper Austria with over 140 kilometers of ski piste.

The Dachstein region is a UNESCO Natural and Cultural World Heritage site (website hidden).

Access to the house with its breathtaking views is via an outside covered stairway that takes you up the side of the hillock and provides cover from the elements.

The house is approximately 100 m sq. and comprises of ground floor, first and second floors.
There is a secure garage that can currently be used as a storage area for ski equipment in the winter as well as a cycle and water sports equipment storage facility in the summer.
There is a free parking area for the house next to the garage, which can accommodate 2- 3 cars.
An attractive garden to the rear of the house has a covered seating area and guests can make use of the wooden garden tables and chairs which are stored inside.

The house is heated by modern electric infrared wall panel heaters, which are in all the rooms and communal areas.
The heat panels distribute warmth evenly indoors and create a healthy comfortable environment without creating any noise or circulating dust and pollen. Each area has its own independent thermostatic digital controller to regulate the heat for that particular environment.

The house also benefits from having a beautiful traditional tiled karchelofen located in the dining room and lounge area.

The modern kitchen is large and open plan with a separate solid wooden countertop and benefits from plenty of cupboard and storage space.
The kitchen provides guests with all the desired cooking appliances ,crockery, cutley and cookware for a comfortable family stay which includes:
Large fridge freezer
Electric induction 4 ring hob
Electric fan oven
Double sink

A modern integrated washing/drying machine is located in an alcove of the kitchen and iron ironing board and clothes drier is also available for use by guests.

Guests can relax in the cosy, comfortable , lounge area, which has two large sofas and several scatter cushions.
There is a new LED TV with a satellite connection to free channels as well as a DVD and apple TV box that can be used to access films on Netflix and apple iTunes if you hold an account for either. A good selection of books, games and DVD,s are supplied for use by guests.

There is a toilet and washroom situated on the first floor adjacent to the hallway that has additional space for guests to put outdoor clothing.

There is also additional storage and coat hanging areas in the marble tiled entrance hall on the ground floor that has a large coat rack and can be used for boot and ski storage if necessary.

The sleeping accommodation is very comfortable with 3 bright double bedrooms furnished with 1 king size bed 1 double bed and 2 twin beds.
Two of the bedrooms enjoy charming beamed ceilings and fabulous views. Of the mountains. The third room that has the twin beds enjoys a garden view towards the Gosau valley. There are two foldaway beds for use in the bedrooms or lounge area.

There is a small key safe situated at the front door should you expect to arrive late a key can be left for you by housekeeping.

The house has Wi-Fi throughout to enable you to stay in touch whilst you are away.
All rooms and communal areas have smoke alarms as well as fire extinguishers on all floors and an escape ladder situation in the top floor bedroom.
The house is situated upon a quiet small hill in the valley of Gosau.This position affords the house a unique and dramatic panoramic view of the Gosau Mountains as well as open views across the valley. A great place for winter and summer holidays

Haus Am Rennerbühel is situated upon a quiet small hillock in the valley of Gosau-Hintertal.

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Gosau, Oberösterreich, Austria

Hallstatt is about a 15-minute drive from Gosau

The village of Hallstatt is such an unbelievably spectacular place that even the Chinese have created a copy of this ancient salt mine village with a housing development in the town of Luoyang in Boluo County, China.

Hallstatt is a little town but has the most amazing breathtaking views. It is considered to be the oldest still inhabited settlement in Europe. It takes no longer than half an hour to walk through this town from one side to the other
Hallstatt is a UNESCO heritage site and an important Austrian tourist attraction.

The town has a very good selection of places to eat and drink, two restaurants of note are:
Seehotel Gruner Baum, Marktplatz 104, Hallstatt 4830

Gasthof Zauner, Marktplatz 51 (website hidden). Wolfgang is about a 35-minute drive form Gosau

St. Wolfgang is a destination spa and waters sports area as well as a popular skiing resort during the (website hidden). Wolfgang is world renowned for its beautiful 15th century church and equally possibly the most beautiful hotel in Austria, the White Horse Inn, (Im Weissen Röss) made famous by the operetta of the same name.

During the summer, the Schafbergbahn, a rack railway opened in 1893,
runs from the small town of St. Wolfgang to the summit of the Schafberg

The peak offers breath-taking panoramic views of the Salzkammergut mountains and lakes and is also the site of a hotel established in 1862 where you can sit outside and have a meal or just a drink while taking in the (website hidden). Wolfgang has a large selection of restaurant’s, cafes, shops and bars in its picturesque cobblestoned streets.

BAD ISCHL is about a 20-minute drive from Gosau

Bad Ischl was the Austrian spa resort where the splendour of Emperor Franz Joseph's reign has left the greatest marks, having been one of the most brilliant centres of fashionable life in Europe for 70 years.

Its parks and Biedermeier-style public buildings cluster in a setting of densely wooded mountains. Today, "relics" from 19C spa life still exist, such as the Zauner tearoom or Seenauer House, with a Rococo façade and triple gables.

Bad Ischl still is one of the country’s most fashionable spas. The town still reflects a certain imperial conceit in its architecture, much of it left over from the heyday of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. One may stroll through the resort and experience old traditions as they were long ago, but now carefully renovated and modernized.
The thriving, dynamic town, a popular tourist destination, offers an eclectic life style appealing to a wide variety of people from the most physically active to those seeking to enjoy the cultural arts and historical pursuits. The sheer beauty of the surrounding scenery, snow-capped peaks and crystal-clear lakes, create a dramatic setting of unparalleled mystique.

SALZBURG is about a 55-minute drive from Gosau

Salzburg has managed to preserve an extraordinarily rich urban fabric, developed over the period from the Middle Ages to the 19th century when it was a city-state ruled by a prince-archbishop. Its Flamboyant Gothic art attracted many craftsmen and artists before the city became even better known through the work of the Italian architects Vincenzo Scamozzi and Santini Solari, to whom the centre of Salzburg owes much of its Baroque appearance. This meeting-point of northern and southern Europe perhaps sparked the genius of Salzburg’s most famous son, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, whose name has been associated with the city ever since.

No visit is complete without a stroll through the city's fabulous art galleries, an evening at the theatre, a concert or dance performance. Don't even think about trying to resist the powerful cultural temptations the city has to offer. You would be missing out on a very enjoyable experience!

Although Salzburg may appear small at first glance, its cultural offerings are immense. It is said that: "The atmosphere in Salzburg is permeated with beauty, drama and art."
Music, with its operas, concert series, festivals and musicals, is closely associated with the theatre, literature, dance, exhibitions and traditional local events. The entire city is a stage and you will discover: if you like art and culture, you'll love Salzburg.

Epicures will face endless choices in Salzburg: the state of Salzburg has the highest concentration of gourmet restaurants in Austria. Many of these fine-dining establishments are located in the city of Salzburg. Salzburg is also a trendsetter when it comes to organic food: nearly 38 % of the agricultural enterprises are organic farmers. Even the simpler restaurants serve fine delicacies from the Salzburg region.
Shady beer gardens, traditional coffeehouses, posh gourmet restaurants, trendy bars and cozy inns will entice you to wine and dine in Salzburg. The rich diversity of restaurants in the city cater to the palate of gourmets, people with a sweet tooth and night owls alike.

Some of the favourite places to grab a bite in between meals are the delicatessen shops in Salzburg's Old City, the stands at the Green Market or one of the weekly farmers' markets on Mirabell Square or Papageno Square.

A unique shopping experience awaits you in Salzburg. A variety of shops can be found in the Old City – on Getreidegasse, Judengasse and in the traditional passageways – including long-established shops, international chains and small boutiques. It certainly pays to cast a glance in every passageway and even the narrowest of streets. It could be hiding a wonderful treasure.
Salzburg also has the most modern and attractive shopping center in the world: the award-winning Europark has 130 stores for endless shopping.

Stores in Salzburg are usually open from Monday to Friday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Some already open at 8:00 a.m. or close for a 1 or 2-hour lunch break. A few shops, such as souvenir shops, are also open on Sundays and holidays.

The shops at the Europark are open from Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., on Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

BERCHTESGADEN is about a 55 minute drive from Gosau

The town is located in a valley at (phone number hidden) m altitude in the south-eastern part of the German Alps and is surrounded by high mountains. Berchtesgaden and neighbouring Bad Reichenhall are famous for their salt mines.
In more recent history, the name of Berchtesgaden became well known to the general public for more unfortunate reasons: the Nazi dictator of Germany, Adolf Hitler, had his summer getaway on the peak in a complex of buildings known as the Berghof at Obersalzberg. A house was built for him at the peak of the mountain above Obersalzberg, but he only visited it a couple of times. It is known in German as the Kehlsteinhaus, and was dubbed “The Eagles Nest” by the occupying American forces after the war. All the buildings and bunkers of the Berghof were destroyed at the end of the World War II and nowadays a documentation centre can be found close to the place on the Obersalzberg. The Kehlsteinhaus is accessible via bus from Obersalzberg, and has now been converted to a restaurant.

Our Karchelofen is a traditional tile clad clay stove that burns wood extremely efficiently - allowing for a clean and long lasting radiant heat.

The heat is stored in the clay brick thermal mass, and then slowly radiates into the room for the next 8 to 24 hours.

The fire itself burns quickly, with lots of oxygen. Once the flames have been reduced to embers, the Karchelofen's door is locked airtight, so that the gases travel slowly through the long and intricate flue system. The brick absorbs most of the heat. This in turn heats up the Karchelofen which then radiates warmth for a long period of time into the room.

Fully instructions on the use of the Karchelofen will be given by the house keeper on your (website hidden) Gilgen is about a 40-minute drive from Gosau

(Sankt Gilgen) is a picturesque village on the banks of the Wolfgangsee, it was a location that historically many rich Viennese had their summer (website hidden). Gilgen is a well-known travel destination, famous for its scenery, the historic town centre and the access to Lake Wolfgangsee. It is very popular among international tourists, who come to St. Gilgen preferably on day-trips during the summer season and in the winter, when there is a famous Christmas Market in the town

Boats from St. Gilgen sail around the Wolfgangsee providing spectacular views of the surrounding mountains as well as connecting the communities of St. Gilgen, Strobl and St. Wolfgang.

The cruise between St. Wolfgang and St. Gilgen is especially popular as it offers views on some of the most attractive spots of the Salzkammergut area. Another highlight of the area is the cable car up the Zwölferhorn.
Hallstatt is about a 15-minute drive from Gosau

The village of Hallstatt is such an unbelievably spectacular place that even the Chinese have created a copy of this ancient salt mine village with a h…

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