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Located at 3.4 feet above sea level in Jungholz, Berghoteltirol features a spa area with mountain views and an indoor pool. It also has a bowling alley. The pool was wonderful and even had a small place for the kids to play. The restaurant was fantastic and brought meals we had ordered up to our room so we could swim first and eat later. The staff spoke English well and were very friendly. The view from the hotel is breathtaking.
Located in Jungholz, HOTEL WALDHORN has a restaurant, fitness center, bar, and free WiFi. Boasting family rooms, this property also provides guests with a terrace. The location is a dream, right between the mountains. The rooms are clean and spacious, and the breakfast was exactly what you need to start the day strong. I will definitely return!
The characteristic, family-run Bed & Breakfast Jungholz (formerly known as Pension Katharina) is a bed and breakfast in a cozy and convenient location in Jungholz, close to the hiking, biking and... Nice and welcoming owners, spaceous rooms and a really well provided breakfast. Visited Pension Katharina on our way back home, and left well rested.
Located in Jungholz, 24 mi from Oberstaufen, Am Hof Jungholz features a garden and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped kitchen and a private bathroom. Such a gorgeous apartment! Looks like a bran new and renovated apartment. We had 3 rooms and a full kitchen and dining room/ living room area. Very warm and comfortable. My kids loved the games available to play with during our stay. Less than 5 mins by car to the Jungholz lifts which was perfect for us. The owner was amazing and so friendly with perfect English! Will come back!
Located in Jungholz, 24 mi from Oberstaufen, Bergquell Tirol provides a restaurant and free WiFi. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with shower and a hairdryer. The apartment offers a... The location of the apartment is great! Jungholz is a beautiful place for hiking in the summer and the town boasts a very nice restaurant (Kamelstuble). Beds are good.
A comfortable, well run hotel with a good atmosphere, great check in staff and good facilities. Jungholz is a small and quiet village with only a couple of restaurants but we enjoyed our meals there very much.
Our car navigator suggested a route across the mountains from Innsbruck, Check if your partner suffers from height because otherwise you need to take a different route The area was splendid, absolutely beyond expectations, as well as the hotel, that is typical tyrolean. Nice atmosphere and good service
This is a great place if you are looking for a peaceful outdoor type holiday. We went in summer, and there are good walks from Jungholz, from easy strolls to serious mountain hiking. The Felsenbad is a small outdoor pool, heated to about 24 C and entry is free with a Konigscard which you get with your accommodation if you stay in a participating property. It is very quiet,very little traffic and all you can hear at night are cowbells and crickets chirping. There are a couple of restaurants, Schroffenhutte, Kamelstube and a few others (beware of Ruhetag) serving the usual Alpine fare (meaty). For shops you need to travel to Wertach (about 6km) where there are a couple of supermarkets and more restaurants. We had a car so didn't use public transport but did see buses from time to time. This was a good base for exploring the local area, eg Fussen (Neuschwanstein) is about 30 mins drive, about 1.5 hrs to Garmisch-Partenkirche, about 30 mins to Tannheimertal, 20 mins to Kempten etc. There are lots of activities you can do nearby which are free with the Konigscard and suitable for kids eg Kletterwald Gruntensee where you get 3 hrs free climbing, and you can rent canoes and paddle boards. Nesselwang has a cable car up the mountain and a great summer toboggan run.
Isolated ghost village during summer .. the village has nothing except a bank and a resturant .. very strange place. Does not have a grocery store or any single shop. Very lame Austrian village surrounded by German borders.
As a ski resort Jungholz is a little limited for intermediate to advanced skiers. For families and beginners it is absolutely perfect with short lifts and nothing really exceeding a tricky blue run. The people are wonderfully friendly and many, but certainly not most, speak good English. There is very little night life the one exception being the circular bar halfway up the shorter chair lift (which is also accessible by car and foot) and the restaurant in the same location. Jungholz is a lovely, very quiet, typically Tirollean village which is perfect for your first skiing adventure.
Nice and welcoming owners, spaceous rooms and a really well provided breakfast. Visited Pension Katharina on our way back home, and left well rested.