My two holiday apartments, each catering for two guests, nestle peacefully on the sunny southern slopes of Bad Ischl’s Kalvarien Mountain.
Not only Bad Ischl Town Centre but also the Theatre and Congress Hall are just a five minute walk away.
My house backs on to the local Bauer Park, home to the small, charming Kalvarien Mountain Chapel. The chapel offers visitors a magnificent view of Bad Ischl and is the perfect starting point for numerous walks and hikes in the stunning local countryside. Depending on your fitness and the time available longer walks will take you deeper into the Salzkammergut Lake District.
The apartments, both of which are 30m2 in size, are located on the ground floor of my home. They are excellently furnished and offer a living area which doubles up as a sleeping area, a kitchen area with cooking facilities and a dining table and a bathroom with shower and WC.
* free parking spaces right in front of the house
* free Wi-Fi
* coffee and tea are provided (at the moment there is no dish washer)
* no fee charged for end of stay cleaning
A fresh, clear colour scheme, stable furnishings of excellent quality and good mattresses await you.
The comfortable sofa is ideal for cosy evenings in front of the flat screen, cable TV.
The kitchen is well equipped, light and provides a comfortable sitting/dining area for two.
I have been running my holiday apartments "Ischlzimmer" with enthusiasm and dedication for a number of years now. Playing host to guests from all over the world is fascinating, and a unique experience indeed…
As a young woman, I also travelled a great deal, visiting every continent. The experiences made and the impressions gained now come into their own when I greet my guests. While working on the Queen Elizabeth 2 cruise ship I learnt how important first impressions are and that maintaining a friendly and personal relationship with my guests is the foundation of hospitality.
Austrian Emperor “Kaiser Franz Josef” and his wife Elisabeth (lovingly known as „Sisi“) got engaged in Bad Ischl and the Kaiser spent every summer here.
Many famous composers honoured this spa town with their presence. In particular Franz Lehar lived in Bad Ischl and wrote many of his most famous works here.
The annual Lehár Festival and a number of other tradition events to honour Kaiser Franz Josef I. commemorate Bad Ischl’s fascinating history and nurture the town’s imperial influence.
Bad Ischl’s historic spa baths have given way to the completely refurbished “Eurotherme” baths with an integrated hotel. Bad Ischl is a town that moves with the times and thus some things have changed – what remains however, is the imperial charm of the town and the glorious Salzkammergut Lake District landscape with its stunning mountains, meadows and lakes. Bad Ischl offers visitors an incomparable variety of events, sights and attractions, both traditional and contemporary which make a visit to this delightful spa town always worthwhile.
Further information under: https://badischl.salzkammergut.at/en