The former signalman house in the quiet Schlierachtal was converted into a low-energy house in 2014 . The decor is modern to traditional, the restored carpenter's furniture contributes to the cozy ambience. Pure nature.
The house is 130 years old and was rebuilt in 2014 into a low energy house, equipped with a pellets heating system and renovated to a high standard. The carpenter furniture was restored by me and contributes to the cozy ambience. The house has a dining room with an attached, well-equipped kitchen, a very large living room and a bedroom with a small toilet. Furthermore there is a bathroom / WC with shower, a utility room, a cellar and a garage. The living space is 117 m².
The whole house will be at your disposal.
If questions or problems occur during your stay, you can always reach a contact person.
The former signal man house is located in a water protection area in the Schlierachtal and is surrounded by nature. You are at a very quiet place, only the occasionally passing railcars of the railway line Holzkirchen - Bayrischzell remind you from time to time that civilization is not far. It is a very good starting point for excursions, be it long walks or bicycle tours in the vicinity, or hiking or skiing at the nearby Schliersee and Tegernsee. If you more in the mood for a city trip, Munich, Salzburg or Innsbruck can be reached within an hour.
Because the house is where I even grew up, I would prefer guests who know how to respect this and behave as if it was their own. Smoking and pets are not permitted.