Tauernblick ('Mountain View') Apartment is one of only 8 apartments in a traditionally designed alpine building. Great pride has been taken in ensuring it's the perfect place to stay on your holiday. The apartment has 1 double bedroom, 1 twin bedroom and a double sofa bed in the living area. The wooden balcony has wonderful mountain views and is accessible from both the lounge and master bedroom. Situated at the foot of Kitzsteinhorn, Kaprun is a charming traditional mountain village with a great alpine atmosphere. Lively bars, cafes and restaurants offer traditional cozy apres ski drinking and dining in the winter months. There are a variety of shops including a huge new Intersport store as well as designer fashion shops.
- Apartment785 sq. ft.
- Separate WCs1
- Minimum Stay1 - 7 nights
Apartment in Kaprun, Salzburg, Austria - Located Close To The Ski Stop
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- Calendar last updated:
- 15 Jul 2018
About Audrey Macduff
We live in Derby in the UK and always wanted a place in the mountains, one that we could enjoy all year round. We have loved winter sports for many years and were particularly drawn to Austria. The scenery, skiing, lakes and year round activities ensures every visit is memorable. Kaprun is a lovely friendly village and it really feels like home-from-home to us. We have skied with the whole family in Many resorts around the world but love the cosiness of Kaprun and the surrounding area.
Audrey Macduff purchased this Apartment in 2015
Why Audrey Macduff chose Kaprun
We were drawn to Kaprun because of the diversity of the ski area in and around the area, the Glacier was also a big selling point because we wanted somewhere snow-sure. The idea of skiing in the morning in the summer and swimming in the lake or golfing in the afternoon really appealed to us. Austria really does offer unspoilt Alpine mountain villages and scenery. Kaprun in particular has an endearing alpine atmosphere with lively bars, cafés and great restaurants. There is so much to do and my whole family enjoy visiting in both the summer and the winter. The accommodation is really spacious, we have both spent many a ski holiday in cramped apartments in France, buying in Austria was an obvious choice.
What makes this Apartment unique
The apartment is really light and airy, the village centre is a quick and easy walk. We have taken great care to make sure guests have everything they need to enjoy their stay. There is always something going on in Kaprun, it is lively but charming place to holiday. Not only do we go to ski but we also use the apartment as a base to explore, we have watched World Cup skiing, Snow Board Cross, Bobsleigh/Bob-Skeleton World Cup races, and Mountain Bike Championships all within easy driving distance from the apartment.
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100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. 50% refund for cancellations more than 30 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
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The Europa Sportregion is considered one of the most family-friendly holiday destinations in Europe.
On The slopes:
The wide perfectly prepared slopes in the centre of Kaprun complete with carpet lift and kids park will ensure children from the age of three can make the most of their Alpine adventure. For little ones too young to ski there's a play kindergarten and specialist childcare.
Off the slopes.
The famous Tauern Spa in Kaprun is a stunning indoor and outdoor luxury spa complex suitable for all ages.
In the summer the lovely outdoor (lido) pool and grassy area right next to the lake is a great way to enjoy the sunshine. In the summer there really is no end to the activities on the lake, whether it's swimming, pedaloes a boat trip or canoeing. Children will certainly come away with a new experience from a holiday in Kaprun, whether it's pony trekking, or even hiking with Lamas.
Special interest holidays:
Golf:The Golf Club in Kaprun is the biggest and arguably one of the most beautiful golf courses in the Alps. The two immaculate 18 hole courses nestle in the sunny Salzach Valley. Non members are very welcome.
The club welcomes to the visitors to enjoy their flawless greens, perfectly primed fairways, and unparalleled picturesque mountain scenery.
The 'Schmittenhöhe' and 'Kitzsteinhorn' courses, named for the local mountains of the region, make up the largest golf resort of the Austrian Alps. This mixture of sporting challenges and a varied landscape has attracked the likes of Greg Norman or Steve Ballesteros.
Since 1993 Bernhard Langer from Germany has been holding the course record on Schmittenhöhe with 66 shots. On this course (Par 72, SSS 72), men play over a distance of 6,218 metres, ladies have 750 metres less to master. At Kitzsteinhorn (Par 73, SSS 72), it is a question of moving the ball across 6.146 metres, for the ladies it's 5,421 metres.
There are 13 other quality golf courses within an hour’s drive of Kaprun.
Cycling: whether its steep and technical single track cycling or hiring a bike for a leisurely scenic ride on wide open tracks, you won't be disappointed by what Kaprun has to offer.
Walking: with over 80 hiking trails and walking paths surrounded by amazing mountain scenery Kaprun is perfect for advanced hiking enthusiasts or those who prefer a gentle stroll.
Hang-gliding & para-gliding:The region is renowned as one of the best long range flight areas around for both pro & beginner gliders.
Climbing:The 'Rettenwand' has 70 different routes of varying degrees of difficulty or there is also the 30 challenging routes of the 'Gletscherseeplatte'.
Nearby Lake Zell offers all kinds of waterbased activity: swiming, windsurfing, sailing, water skiing, kayaking
Salzburg Internatinal Airport is just under 1.5 hours drive from Kaprun.
Innsbruck Airport is a 1.5 hours drive from Kaprun.
Munich Airport is just over 2 hours drive from Kaprun.
Kaprun is located 80km from Salzburg, 140km from Innsbruck, 176km from Munich and 413km from Vienna.
The 135km of slopes and beautiful vistas of the Kitzsteinhorn glacier makes it the largest glacial ski area in Europe. At 3,000 meters this is one of the few resorts in Europe that really has a thriving year-round ski season.
The Maiskogel is the little brother to the mighty Kitzsteinhorn. This family mountain with its gently ascending slopes is ideal for beginners to enjoy the long sweeping descents which end up in the center of Kaprun.
The nearby Schmittenhohe mountain in Zell Am See offers long tree lined descents and numerous secluded mountain restaurants and inns. Take in the panoramic views whilst you enjoy great food, wine and cheese with friendly Austrian hospitality.
Just 30 mins drive is Saalbach and Hinterglemm offering 200km of further ski slopes to explore. Kitzbühel is also under an hours drive away so you can visit or time your holiday to coincide with the highlight of the World Cup calendar, the Hahnenkamm race!
Nearest railway station Zell am See at 7 kilometres.
Nearest airport Salzburg at 95 kilometres.
Nearest ferry port Zeebrugge at 925 kilometres.
Kaprun town centre is a 10 minute level walk away.
Booking Notes: Bookings are usually taken Saturday to Saturday, however do contact us to enquire about short breaks. A non refundable deposit of £200 is required to secure the booking. 50% payment will be taken on booking. The final balance plus a security deposit of £200 is due 90 days prior to arrival. The security deposit is refundable pending inspection from our management company. We are required to charge Austrian tourist tax of 1.30 per person per night (over 14yrs). Changeover Day: Changeover day is usually a Saturday but shorter breaks are possible on request. Arrival is after 3pm and departure times is 10am - we are able to offer flexibility in some instances.