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Hotel Schloss Fernsteinsee with its own castle is set at the foot of the sunny side of the Fern Pass, only a few miles from the Zugspitze Mountain. My husband and I stayed in the King Ludwig suite and we were amazed at the grandness of the room. it went far beyond our expectations, and it made us feel like royalty. Our friends had rented a different room in the castle but decided to move into our "suite" because it had both a separate bedroom and an additional bathroom. We stayed up late sitting around the kitchen table and enjoying wine and conversation. In the morning we brought coffee up into the room and enjoyed a leisurely morning before heading down to the wonderful breakfast. We learned that though King Ludwig had never actually stayed in that particular suite, empress Maria Theresa had. The room was lavish, and the bedding quite comfortable. We also enjoyed and appreciated all the chandeliers and lamps that we were able to light up in the room.
Surrounded by a 9.8 ft² garden with a sunbathing terrace, the family-run Gästehaus Gerti is located off the B 179 Fernpass Road in Nassereith. The place was wonderful and the host was super friendly and welcoming. Wonderful views from the room which is located in a lovely valley between high mountains. The breakfast was super 👌 and variable and the host was simply a great lady who made sure we are informed about the area and that we are comfortable even though we stayed for one night. Thank you so much and see you next time :)
Located in Nassereith, 5 miles from Fernpass, Gästehaus Almrausch, Ferienanlage mit Pool has accommodations with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a bar and a garden. Wonderful hosts, so kind and warm, and what a delicious breakfast! The garden with the pool looks beautiful, we must come back in the summer. It is very close to the main Fernpass road, so a perfect spot to stay overnight to beat the traffic in the morning.
Located in Nassereith, just 5.8 miles from Fernpass, Chalet am See provides beachfront accommodations with a garden, a private beach area, barbecue facilities and free WiFi. A great house, very clean and tidy! Just few meters from a big lake where you can go fishing. A perfect place for relax reading book or go skiing. It is situated 40min away from nearest ski resort. Sölden and Ischgl is 60min away by car.
This traditional Tyrolean guest house in the center of Nassereith is a 15-minute drive from the Hoch-Imst Ski Area. Amazing view of the mountains, fully equipped kitchen, renovated bedroom and bathroom, covered parking lot. Very nice host. I would love to come back here. I highly recommend it to everyone.
Located in Nassereith and only 7 miles from Fernpass, Bergjuwel has accommodations with mountain views, free WiFi and free private parking. This property has a terrace. The apartment is located near a lot of ski areas on an organic farm owned by the family. The family also runs a farm shop (Hofladen) that offers a great variety of high-quality, organic and locally produced products (dairy products, meats and vegetables). The hosts also offer bakery service for the guests, so you can get fresh bread delivered to your doorstep every morning. The apartment itself is spacious with modern but cozy interior and a well equipped kitchen. The living rooms has a fireplace - perfect for a night in with board games. Not to forget, The terrace overlooking the valley and the mountain range is a dream and the beds are extremely comfortable! Ilona and Markus are exceptionally great hosts - welcoming, caring and always available to make our stay perfect. All in all, it really lives up to its name “Bergjuwel”!
On average, 3-star hotels in Nassereith cost $104 per night, and 4-star hotels in Nassereith are $231 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Nassereith can be found for $0 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Attractive alpine valley town. Good restaurants and a cosy cafe. Be warned, however: Austrians like to dine earlier than any other nation I've encountered, so make sure you reach a restaurant/hotel by seven o'clock - kitchens close 7.30 - 8.00. Locals were very friendly and helpful, at least to this non-German speaking idiot whose sat/nav took him to a lumber yard some few kilometres from his hotel.
I arrived on Tuesday the 19th October, when all the restaurants were closed, but managed to find supper in near(ish) Miemming. Be warned that even on days when they are open, restaurants in this area tend to stop serving at eight P.M. Plan you arrival accordingly! Nassereith is an attractive town somewhere near the bottom of the north side of the Fernpass. A couple of churches - one obviously Catholic, with it's Italianate cupola, the other more austere Protestant, but nonetheless beautiful. Nice mountain scenery, friendly locals, and excellent local beer and cuisine. Local-ish wines are worth sampling, too.
Absolutely superb setting in the Alps, the castle and the hotel together are just beautiful. The reception on arrival was excellent, they had reserved a table for us in the restaurant and the meal was brilliant, we both had the Jäger Pan which I would highly recommend, especially hungry bikers who just traversed the Fernpass.
Perfect small family hotel, in an amazing landscape, beautifully designed with care for details. Welcoming owners doing a great job for their guests. Close to lots of tourist attactions in a very offering area. Definitely to come back.
Because we had car trouble, we arrived at the hotel quite late. Before anything else, the staff made sure that we could have a meal even though their kitchen was closed already. They made us feel right at home.
Very nice hotel, big rooms with bath & shower. Very clean and amazing view from our room on the 2nd floor. Amazing hospitality and very nice breakfast. Private parking on site. Would highly recommend.
Very friendly hosts, beautiful area, surrounded by mountains and an old-fashioned, cozy village-type hotel.