Great Location and a Warm Welcome at this Guesthouse!
- Bed and Breakfast
- Well Located Pension
- Great Value B&B Accomodation
- Warm and Friendly Welcome
- Minutes from main lifts and town centre
Food wise you'll be offered a continental style breakfast buffet that should set you up nicely for each day out on the mountain - and as the Kumbichlhof is part of a working farm you may be treated to a few home-produced ingredients.
There's the good value option of upgrading to half board with 3-course meals taken in a local restaurant - alternatively stick with B&B as there are a few restaurants within a couple of hundred metres and many more towards the bottom of the highstreet.
· 400m/4 minutes' walk to resort centre · 400m/5 minutes' walk to Ahorn gondola and ski bus stop · 550m/ 6 minutes' walk to Penken gondola
All rooms have a flatscreen cable TV, extra charge for WiFi and are non-smoking.
Standard twin room with balcony - sleeps 2: Austrian twin beds, private bath or shower and WC.
Austrian twin beds
Austrian twin beds are very common in Central Europe. They’re simply one large bed frame containing two single mattresses, both with separate duvets and linen sets, that cannot be separated. Separate twin beds are less common and can often be head to head beds, rather than side by side, if they are available.
· extra charge for WiFi · ski room with heated boot rack
Wine, dine and unwind
· breakfast lounge
· buffet breakfast · optional upgrade to half board with 3-course evening meals taken in a local restaurant
Mayrhofen skiing and boarding
Mayrhofen is the largest of the resorts covered by the 'Zillertal Superski' pass, with 101km of runs locally, and 227km when you include the Hintertux Glacier. There are two distinct ski areas connected to the town itself. The Ahorn mountain is the smaller of the two and caters very well to beginners and early intermediates, the perfect place to learn and improve in your own space. The resort has invested tens of millions in the infrastructure recently, including the replacement of the Pekenbahn. This has meant access to the extensive Penken slopes is quicker and much more comfortable. No more long queues firts thing in the morning! Skiing on the Penken has something for everyone, including Harakiri, Austria's steepest piste!
Further afield, you can travel along the valley to Hintertux and experience the glacier skiing, incuded on the area lift pass. With a year round snow guarantee, this tops off Mayrhofen as one of Austria's top 5 ski destinations.
Mayrhofen ski resort
As a fully fledged town, rather than a seasonal resort, Mayrhofen is large, vibrant and has the kind of extensive facilities that some smaller Austrian destinations can't match. A huge public leisure centre and excellent sports facilities, as well as a cahrming pedestrianised town centre with extensive shopping, eating and drinking options. All combined with excellent transport links and a Tirolean atmosphere that's hard to beat in winter! You're only an hour from Innsbruck which not only makes for a hassle free transfer, but also opens up day trip possibilities - direct trains depart from the station every hour at peak times.
It's easy to see why Mayrhofen is so highly rated, and attracts so many visitors year after year. A must-do for any serious skier.