Rates at the (nat)UrHütta
The mountain lodge at the heart of the ski resort
Experience the Oetztal Valley in its purest form. The (nat)UrHütta is located at an altitude of 2,000 m at the heart of an unspoilt mountain world. You can rent this mountain lodge in the Tyrolean Alps from autumn through to spring.
The (nat)UrHütta and Gampe Thaya are reserved for private use in summer. But as soon as the slopes and lifts are back full of skiers (from approx. end of November to April), you can rent out this chalet in Austria for up to five people on a weekly basis. You should arrive on a Saturday and there is a minimum stay of one week. You won't want to leave in a hurry!
A traditional lodge – modern furnishings
Jakob Prantl, the owner of the (nat)UrHütta and adjacent Gampe Thaya, is a skilled carpenter and has transformed this traditional chalet into a special holiday residence. Ideal use of the space has been made with a tiled stove, lots of wood and cosy furnishings, making this the perfect place to relax after a long day of skiing. Sit down together at the warming oven, prepare your own meals and spend a cosy end to the day chatting and drinking wine together.
|Price for one week||€ 2.520,-
visitor tax and infrastructure fee in supplement
€ 3,00 for adult persons per day (no visitor tax for children - year 2019:
born in 2004 and younger, year 2020: born in 2005 and younger)
|Open||Autumn to spring - when the ski region is open|
|Minimum stay||one week,
saturday to saturday
|Reservation||+43 (0)664 1972 544 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Transport||carparking and transport of the baggages to the capture included|
Deposit: € 750,-
3 months before arrival: no charge
3 to 1 month before arrival: 40 %
1 month to 1 week before arrival: 70 %
1 week before arrival: 90 %
(The terms and conditions of the Austrian hotel industry apply)
Plan your holiday and find out about the location of the (nat)UrHütta and how to get here. Send us a non-binding enquiry to start your perfect winter holiday at this mountain hut in the Oetztal Alps as soon as possible.