Where else could you be ten minutes from the principality of Liechtenstein, twenty minutes from Heidi land, forty minutes from Lake Constance, and thirty to fifty minutes from some of Europes best ski resorts (St. Anton am Arlberg, Lech, Montafon, Brand, Laterns, Malbun...), where Ernest Hemingway used to hike and ski? Even James Bond came to town (well, parts of the new film were being filmed here)!
Where else but Feldkirch?
Itself a beautiful town steeped in history, complete with its castle saved by a dog, traditional street-market selling traditional foods such as sausages (for the dog), and a hostel in a recently renovated medieval building (in documents from 1362 the building was described 'as having been in existence for a long time').
Located within walking distance from the railway station and local hills, and just a short bus ride or pleasant walk to the town centre, our 700-year-old hostel is steeped in its own history and well go out of our way to make you feel at home.
Services and facilities:
Fully equipped kitchen for self catering
Cable TV (international channels)
Key card for free
Free parking for cars, busses and bikes
No curfew, no lock out and no crazy rules!
We spend our time in the garden!
Events and Festivals:
Vinoble - wine exhibition
Montfortspektakel (medival market)
Nacht der Blasmusik
Poolbar Festival: July + August
Weihnachtsmarkt (Christmas Market)
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What a fabulous building! A former leper house that has been restored with no expence spared by the Austrian government. Graet oak beams and beds that would not disgrace a 4star hotel, but the best part is the manager who could not be more helpful or informative.
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