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Holiday flats in the mountain world of Virgen in East Tyrol.

In the midst of greenery, quiet and picturesquely nestled in the mountains in Virgen/East Tyrol in the Hohe Tauern National Park area lies our home, Haus Christine Mariacher. Built in the inviting East Tyrolean farmhouse style with feel-good character.

Influenced from my earliest childhood to offer guests a holiday home, I rent out the top-equipped, cosy and comfortable 3 holiday flats with much love and commitment. Cordiality is my motto and many guests have become friends.

Whether young or old, hiking or climbing freaks, extreme mountaineers, as well as winter sports enthusiasts or simply enjoying the untouched nature, the choice of destinations is diverse and (almost) limitless. The same goes for the numerous places to stop for refreshments with typical East Tyrolean dishes. Conveniently located, therefore an ideal starting point for countless day trips.

If you want to forget everyday life, come to rest, recharge your batteries, then Haus Christine Mariacher in Virgen/East Tyrol is the right place for you.

Your hostess

Christine Mariacher

Things to know for your holiday

Breakfast and/or dinner

You are welcome to book an "East Tyrolean dream breakfast" from the rich breakfast buffet and/or a 3-course menu of your choice (1 of which is vegetarian) at the Gasthof Pension Rose ***.

Location of the holiday flats

1.5 km from the centre of Virgen/East Tyrol.

In summer:

3 minutes by car to the outdoor swimming pool with the 35 m water slide in Virgen with adjacent beach volleyball court and tennis courts.

In winter:

2 minutes' walk to the perfectly groomed and idyllically situated cross-country ski run
15 minutes walk to the natural toboggan run in Virgen
3 minutes by car to the drag lift in Virgen, ideal for children and beginners
12 minutes by car to the Goldried ski area in Matrei i. Osttirol

Check in - Check out

Check in from 14.00 h / Check out until 10.00 h

Getting here by car

Osttirol is easily accessible by car from all directions. You can use Google Maps to work out your route. Some routes include toll roads or mountain passes. From the north you can reach Osttirol via the Felbertauern Road, a toll road that is open all year round. The train travels through the Tauern tunnel, between the Gastein valley and the Möll valley. The Plöcken Pass leads to Osttirol from the south. The Staller Saddle Pass and the Grossglockner High Alpine Road are only open during the summer.

Niedermauern 19, 9972 Virgen Austria - Google Maps route planner