Leutasch in Tyrol is a particularly beautiful place. Here, in the middle of nature at a height of over one thousand meters, you are simply a little closer to heaven. The high plateau is flanked by the impressive Wetterstein Mountains.
Theresa and Alessio took over “The Bio Landpension Monika” from their parents in 2010. Together with their two children, they are the third generation, so to speak, to run the house in the spirit of their grandparents. Because they had the idea of having everything certified organic back in 2002. All building biology restructuring since then has contributed to creating a truly sustainable travel destination for young and old.
The fourteen rooms are dominated by high-quality solid wood furniture and light colors. Loving decorations and fresh flowers create an all-round cozy atmosphere. And the eco-certified beds and mattresses ensure a particularly restful sleep. In addition, shielded power lines and a lower-radiation internet were installed.
For even more deceleration and relaxation, there is a wide range of wellness options with sauna, massages and natural cosmetic treatments. The wellness area with relaxation room invites you to linger.
The excellent breakfast in the rustic dining room includes freshly baked bread and other culinary highlights such as homemade pastes, vegan almond ricotta, pickled vegetables and egg dishes. The “Luitascher” – that’s what the valley residents are called – know how to do good for their guests.
ArchitectureDuring the renovation, the building was built in a biological manner. Solid wood furniture, shielded power cables, eco-friendly mattresses and bed systems from Pinura Schlafmanufaktur ensure a pleasant living environment.
FoodOnly seasonal and 100 percent certified organic food, even from the garden in summer. Food waste is largely avoided and the rest ends up in the compost.
EnvironmentOrganic garden cultivation, waste separation, solar panels, organic cleaning products, rainwater storage and recycling. Everything is thought of here.
Well-BeingDiverse wellness offerings with organic steam sauna, Finnish sauna, massages and natural cosmetic treatments. The wellness area with relaxation room invites you to linger.
From Innsbruck it takes about 40 minutes to drive to Leutasch (34 km). From Munich it takes just under 2 hours (127 km), from Stuttgart it takes just under 4 hours (341 km), from Bregenz it takes just under 2.5 hours (177 km) and from Zurich it takes just under 3.5 hours (279 km).
The nearest train station is in Seefeld in Tyrol. From there there is a bus connection to Leutasch. The bus stop is only about 400 meters from the accommodation. With the guest card, use of public transport in the region is free.
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