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Prices

Prices double-, single room and apartment

 

Low season (September 1st  2021 to November 2nd 2021 & from January 6st 2022 )

 with breakfasthalfboard
double room€ 55 per person/night€ 70 per person/ night
double room superior€ 65 per person/night€ 80 per person/ night
single room€ 70 per night€ 85 per night
apartment  (no meal)       € 110 pernight+ € 25 per person/night


High season (1st July 2021 to 31st August 2021, December 23rd 2021 to January 6st 2022)

 with breakfasthalfboard
double room€ 65 per person/night€ 80 per person/night
double room superior€ 75 per person/night€ 90 per person/night
single room€ 80 per night€ 95 night
apartment  (no meal)      €130 per night+ € 25 per person/night

The prices are per person excl. local tax: € 2 per person and night for those 16 and older.

 

Arrival information

Dogs

We are happy to accommodate your four-legged friend for € 10 per night (not including food) with advance notification.

Although we live in the middle of nature - or rather because we do - there are certain rules of conduct for dogs (and owners). First and foremost: 

  • Strict leash requirement in and around the entire area of the Waldrast
  • We are in the middle of a highly sensitive pasture area. Our grazing animals prefer to eat what Mother Nature offers. It is natural high-performance food and should not be polluted with dog waste or have its natural ecosystem disturbed. In no case should you leave dog waste disposal bags lying on the ground including on the edge of trails, because the edge of trails belongs to the pasture area and leaving behind feces (with or without a waste disposal bag) can have bad health consequences on the wildlife and grazing animals!  
  • You will find dog waste disposal stations at the crossing of paths in the parking area.
  • Be mindful of families of grazing cattle! It is natural for healthy animals to protect their young or weaker members of their herd. Your dog may be perceived as an enemy and trigger instinctive reactions. Therefore, don't let your dog get too close to young animals or even "play" with grazing cattle - it can lead to unforeseeable and even unpleasant consequences.