Bavaria vacations, self catering apartments
125To145 per accommodation per night
Description of Bavaria vacations, self catering apartments
There is lots to do and see in the nearby area, there are a number of Christmas markets in the area most of which can be reached by bus/train free of charge using out tourist card all guests receive on arrival.There are many historic towns and villages on both sides of the border to visit as well as the Bavarian Forest National Park which links in to the Sumava National Park on the Czech side of the border. There are lots of alternative activities to skiing with numerous walks and mountain bike trails within this vast area plus several exhibitions. Natural snow usually is enough for skiing in December and at its peak January and February with skiing going on through to early April.
6 Reviews of Bavaria vacations, self catering apartments
4.5 out of 5 stars
Reviewed on 14 Oct 2021 by Jayne BradburyEverything was perfect. We loved the accommodations. We did a number of hikes and they were all lovely. The notebooks of hikes, towns to visit, how to get around etc were very valuable. We also loved visiting Passau for the day. Read full review
Reviewed on 04 Aug 2018 by Carolyn BatstoneWe had a great time - active, varied, lots of fresh air and lots of ice cream...We loved sitting on the balcony, enjoying the views. Read full review
Reviewed on 13 Aug 2017 by Alison HargreavesCanoeing through the National Park Bayerisch was the most memorable. Read full review
Reviewed on 22 Jul 2015 by Paul FellowsThis is the perfect place for a walking and cycling retreat. A 5 star vacation indeed! Read full review
Reviewed on 01 Aug 2013 by Rainey WikstromThe village was very beautiful and the hosts friendly and welcoming. The opportunities to enjoy the natural environment were abundant. We especially loved our walks and bike rides through the forest. Read full review
Reviewed on 17 Aug 2012 by Diane JonesCycling and walking in the Bavarian forest was the most memorable part...An excellent vacation thoroughly enjoyed by both adults and children aged between 9 and 16 years. Read full review
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PlanetThis one of the most unspoilt and interesting areas in Europe, with the Bavarian and Bohemian National Parks on either side of the border, both within a short walk of the house. Both National Parks have very strict environmental protection policies and we support the Bavarian National Parks campaign to extend the area of the Park where nature is left entirely to its own devices.
All guests are requested to separate every item of waste possible into containers provided (including Tetra Packs, batteries etc) which we then take to the recycling center. Vegetable matter is composted for the garden. We have solar panels and all new double glazed windows and insulated roofs. And we emphasize that our tap water is from local springs so there is no need to buy bottled water! We collect rain water to water the garden and flower pots and window boxes. We use low energy light bulbs wherever possible and have water saving taps.
We encourage guests to use the village restaurants and shops and other facilities: museums, a railway station which is the only one in Europe divided between 2 countries, playground and sports facilities. We encourage guests to use public transport every apartment is provided with a local timetable for guests to take away, we provide details of train journeys to more distant places: Passau, Regensburg and Plzen and encourage use of local rover tickets for guests in addition to the free local bus services with the tourist card.
We are fully involved in village events and in future planning for the village. We use village tradesmen whenever possible. We encourage guests to support events of local organisations. We encourage guests to visit both sides of the border and give them lots of information about the history of the area to encourage international understanding. We regularly donate at least a weeks vacation to charitable/campaigning organisations for them to auction to raise funds for their activities.
We support the National Park and have assisted with translations for English speaking guests. We provide information about the two major animal centers within the National Park. Otters and Beavers have been seen in the village just a few years ago and are in the river between BE and Zwiesel. Ermine in the water by the main house, pine martins in the adjoining forest with deer and lynx there but difficult to see. Many varieties of birds including Honey Buzzrd, Jay and Black Redstart.