24 hours for taking a breather
It is not just the prospect of deeply recharging holidays and the natural scenery here in the "Obd'r Lech" house that is breathtaking. Everyone who enters our house feels good from the first moment on and notices a sense of homeyness, not least because of the careful restoration and extension by architect Matthias Hein and the natural building materials. We are aware of the calming effect of pine wood combined with the centuries-old spruce of the original structure with its exposed beams. 200 square meters of living space provide for oases of calm and retreats with a veranda, library room, combined living & dining room, stove designed with KARAK tiles from Vorarlberg, fireplace and sauna area including a wooden tub. Moreover, toboggans are available in the ski room. Incidentally, the “Slow Light” lighting concept of the house was created by the artist Siegrun Appelt.
Get over the mountains, leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life behind and enjoy all day long for taking a breather with your family or friends.