In 2020 Kim and Philipp Kettner started the "Masura Cabins" project. At the same time they built their own house, which is located below the cabins. With a lot of personal work and long nights on the construction site, they were able to realize the sustainable project and the Cabins to open in December 2021.
The three wooden holiday homes with their large window fronts are furnished in the Scandinavian style, which was rounded off with elements from Japan and the Alpine region. The cabins are lovingly furnished and offer everything that vacationers need or not need. Because consciously there are only the bare essentials in the tiny houses.
The hosts wanted to share the beautiful spot in nature with the breathtaking panorama of the Brandnertal with other people. Her vision is to create a place where “hikers and those looking for time out” can fully enjoy the closeness to nature and the mountains. No matter whether for an active or a relaxing holiday. Since they like to travel themselves, they appreciate beautiful, cozy places where you feel at home. The cabins are a cozy nest to enjoy the little moments and experience great adventures. Real, natural and close.
The Brandnertal offers numerous opportunities for young and old: families will find a wide range of leisure activities (barefoot path, zoo, natural jump path), mountain bikers: there are varied trails and a bike park, passionate skiers will find ideal conditions for various ski tours and hikers enjoy a large selection of hiking trails (forest rope park, forest animal park, natural swimming pool) and managed huts.
ArchitectureWhen building the Masura Cabins, particular attention was paid to resource-saving measures. The houses are made entirely of wood from the region. We worked exclusively with local craft firms from Vorarlberg, mainly even with companies from the Brandnertal and neighboring Montafon.
EnvironmentA central pellet heating system heats the three cabins and the host's single-family home in a CO2-neutral manner. The three holiday homes are equipped with energy-saving lamps. In addition, the garbage is separated, locally produced, biodegradable cleaning agents are used and washing-up liquid, hand soap and body wash are refilled in existing bottles. The guests can drink the water from the tap - practically from the mountain to the glass, so there is no need for plastic bottles.
From Zurich it takes just under 2 hours to get to the Masura Cabins (159 km). From Munich it takes just under 3 hours (243 km), from Stuttgart also just under 3 hours (269 km) and from Innsbruck you also need just under 2 hours to Bürserberg (143 km). The exact address can be found on the website.
The closest train station is in Bludenz. From there you can take the bus (No. 81 - direction Brand / Lünersee) to the "Museum-Bürserberg" stop. It is a 5-minute walk from the bus stop to the chalets.
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