A classic Austrian building, the Tannenburg is our own chalet-hotel and we believe it's the only one in the Gastein valley offering inclusive holidays, making it a rare good-value find.
It has a central location in the heart of Bad Gastein, in a nice quiet spot just below the top level of the village, so it's convenient for the ski slopes, the local shops and the thermal spa baths.
The Tannenburg has been renovated to this operator's usual standard and all the guest bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.
It has a sociable private guest lounge and a separate dining room, plus a public bar area, and a ski storage room with heated boot warmers.
- Ski lift - 5-minute walk
- From slopes - 500m
- Family rooms
- Cosy lounge with log fire
- Traditional Stubl bar
- Ski room
- Boot heaters
- 7 nights accommodation
- Flights from Gatwick or Manchester
- Transfers to and from resort
- Chalet board
- Complimentary wine with dinner
- Complimentary ski hosting
The Tannenburg has standard double or twin rooms, but it also has a number of multi-occupancy rooms:
- Two triple rooms, each with 3 single beds (can sleep up to 3).
- Linked rooms (family suite) - One room with a single bed and bunk bed, shower room and WC, and linked to another room with 2 single beds (can sleep up to 5 people in total).
Discounts for 3rd & 4th sharers in a room:
- £100 for adults
- £150 for children (aged 5-16)
The dining room in the Tannenburg is open and spacious, with views overlooking the Gastein valley, which is ideal for getting you in the mood for your next day's skiing whilst eating your breakfast, or recounting your day's adventures on the mountain over dinner.
The lounge at the Tannenburg is open but still cosy and warm, with a log fire and stunning views over the Gastein valley.
It's the perfect spot to relax with a beer or a G&T, whilst canapés are brought to you by our Chalet Hosts before the evening dinner service.
The Tannenburg has its own traditional Austrian 'Stubl' bar, where you can enjoy low Austrian prices on everything from schnapps and cocktails to the fine local draft beer.
The bar is also open to the public until 11pm and we often have some of the local ski instructors dropping by for a couple of beers and a game of 'Nageln', which involves trying to hit nails into a wooden stump with the wrong end of a hammer!