This country style house was built between 1992 and 1993 and has been decorated with southern European elements. It consists of two houses sharing one roof (the main house and the studio house), which are separated by a covered inner courtyard. The main house contains our garden apartment, which has its own entrance, patio (facing the garden) and biotope. Both house halves have large patios with direct access to the pool and the garden pond. Both of the houses' interiors are spaciously laid out, with open galleries, tiled stoves, large dining tables, integrated kitchens, a bar and a number of seating corners. The garden apartment is located on the ground floor. The sunny garden patio borders on the cosy living/dining room with its open kitchen/bar. The pool, with its jet stream facilities, the lawn, the barbecue and the seating area are available for common use. The sauna and the whirlpool area feature an open fireplace and may be reserved for personal use. Parking is available.
How do you find us?: Arriving from Germany: Munich – Salzburg, take the A1 towards Vienna, then the St. Georgen exit after about 50 km. Munich to Berg is about 193 km. Alt. route: Passau – Ried autobahn, then via Frankenburg – Vöcklamarkt to St.Georgen / Berg. Regensburg to Berg is about 200 km. Arriving from Switzerland: Zurich via Feldkirch, Arlberg, Innsbruck, Kufstein, Salzburg, St.Georgen / Berg. Zürich to Berg is about 520 km. Driving time is about six hours, all autobahn. Alternative: take the Innsbruck autobahn to the Wörgl-Ost exit, the highway via Lofer to Salzburg, then the Autobahn towards Linz / Vienna. After 50 km, take the St. Georgen / Berg exit. Distance about 510 km. Motorail train: travel comfortably to the Salzburg train station, take the autobahn towards Linz / Vienna, exit at St. Georgen / Berg. By train: long-distance train to Salzburg, then local train to Vöcklamarkt, then via the small-gauge railway to the St. Georgen station. Next airport: Salzburg 50 km, Munich: 190 km.
Location and region: Ther region of Attergau is nestled in amidst a grand landscape of rolling hills. From the little farming village of Berg, located on a knoll 150 m above Lake Atter, one has a fantastic panoramic view of the Alpine forelands to the north. To the south there is a beautiful, almost kitschy view of the lake and the mountains. Lakeview Country House is a perfect place to relax. Surrounded by fields of flowers, fully detached and quiet, it includes a private drive. Excellent restaurants, cafes, pubs, wine bars, rustic mountain eateries, nearby bars and discos all help to provide for your physical well-being. In the pretty tourist town of St. Georgen (5,000 residents), just 1 km away, you'll find shopping, post office, bank and doctors. The main town of Vöcklabruck (pop. 12,000) has a medieval center and a large market Wednesdays and Saturdays. It is located 20 km away. One can enjoy a bit of city life in Salzburg (50 km), Wels (40 km), Linz (70 km), Munich (193 km) and Vienna (200 km).
Outings: Hiking, cycling, boat trips, mountain railways, museum visits, regional festivals, many cultural events and mine tours make for sheer endless possibilities. As a starting point, Berg is ideally located. UNESCO has declared Salzkammergut's wonderful landscape a world cultural heritage site. It includes 76 lakes, mountains (up to 3,000 m high), gentle hills and valleys, alpine meadows and unique villages. Famous towns and cities, such as Salzburg, St. Wolfgang, Gmunden, Hallstatt and Bad Ischl are all located within a radius of 50 km. They still exude the enchanted atmosphere of the Austrian K&K Empire. Whether appreciating nature, taking up sports, or enjoying culture, everything is available in abundance. And all of this can be enjoyed with the legendary Austrian charm and hospitality.