The "Kokon" apartments in Tyrol have been planned and realized with a lot of love and enthusiasm for the small details and the great comfort. The house impresses with its refined simplicity, consistent sustainability and ecological construction. Martin, Priska and their two daughters live here and love this tranquil place in the middle of which they have built their extraordinary "cocoon". Your family business is actively supported by family, friends and neighbors.
The four equally large apartments for a maximum of three people offer enough space to unfold. The built-in dividing doors also allow two apartments to be combined with one another - for a group of friends or a larger family. The apartments are modernly furnished and characterized by the materials of the region, which they take up in modern aesthetics. A lot of wood was used inside and out, beautiful, large terrazzo tiles were installed in the bathroom, monochrome pantry kitchens and cool lamps were successfully paired with accents such as an old, painted farmer's cupboard. The naturalness of the materials used ensures a pleasant room and feel-good climate.
The large windows and south-facing terraces allow an unobstructed view of the countryside and let a lot of light into the rooms. Depending on the time of day, the artistic sawing work in the wooden façade in front creates exciting plays of light and shadow, which carry the special feature of the architecture into the interior. This accommodation is an all-round cozy cocoon in which stressed travelers can transform themselves into relaxed vacationers.
ArchitectureThe compact design and the use of particularly sustainable materials, such as wood as a building material and cellulose as insulation, characterize the house. Thanks to the floor plans, which have been thought through down to the last detail, a very small amount of space was used without having to forego comfort and well-being.
EnvironmentEnergy consumption is reduced to the lowest possible level thanks to the particularly energy-saving building shell and glazing, a comfort ventilation system with heat recovery and water-saving fittings. Particular attention is paid to proper waste separation and the use of ecological hygiene products according to sustainability criteria.
From Innsbruck it takes just under 40 minutes to drive to Leutasch (34 km). From Munich it takes just under 2 hours (127 km), from Zurich it is just under 3.5 hours (279 km), from Stuttgart just under 4 hours (308 km) and from Salzburg it is a good 2.5 hours (222 km) . The exact address can be found on the website.
There is a very good train connection to Seefeld and a regular bus connection from Seefeld to Leutasch. The Kokon Apartments are in a central location, so that shops, restaurants, sports facilities and the extensive nature are within easy walking distance.
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