Junghannsstrasse 157, 8967 Haus
Flooded with daylight, friendly, simple and cozy … your holiday apartment in Haus in Ennstal – at the heart of the Dachstein Tauern region.
Our cottage is a perfect holiday home for up to 12 persons. With its own sauna made of pine wood, large kitchen, wood-burning stove, large dining table and sun terrace.
A rustic cottage, pure nature of wood and stone. With private sauna and terrace. Your vacation home for the whole family or with friends. For 2-12 people.
Cuddly and cozy and with modern facilities, but at the same time with traditional alpine chalet flair. Here you will soon feel completely at home and can dream about your further mountain adventures.
“A G’weih” – a stag’s head with antlers. Now contributing to the cozy atmosphere in the comfortable living area of your holiday apartment.
You would like to spend your holidays with your four-legged friend? Then you are at the right place! Everyone will feel perfectly comfortable at our place.
The sauna house in the garden is the right place to enjoy wellness, to come together, to relax or to get cosy on a rainy day.
Right in front of our door you can start off direct to the ski slopes of the 4-Mountain Ski Region with 45 cable cars and 115 kilometers of pistes.
Idyllically situated on the edge of the forest, you will enjoy complete peace and quiet and you are centrally located. In just 5 minutes you are in the center of Haus im Ennstal.
Look forward to your holiday home with a cozy alpine hut atmosphere, where you will also discover many modern details.
Sure, when you are on holiday, you also want to spend the time in your holiday apartment totally relaxed and without restrictions, just as if you were at home? You enjoy cooking with friends in the evening? You like sitting around playing old-fashioned board games at the kitchen table or simply enjoying a glass of wine in front of a crackling fire? Then here with us is exactly the right place for you – our holiday apartments in Haus in Ennstal – in a quiet location at the edge of the forest but still at the heart of things. > read more