House | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Increasingly, we have guests from overseas in our historical Weinlesehof who appreciate the Kulurlandschaft the Wachau (UNESCO Weltkulturerebe) as well as wine and cuisine. In addition to many art treasures offers the Wachau (the 30-km-long river valley is generally considered the most beautiful part of several one thousand kilometers comprehensive Danube called) many opportunities to be active, eg, easy walks through the wine terraces, (e) Bike / Segwayfahren the Danube Bike Path and assersportmöglichkeiten and golf. Vienna and the airport are only about 1 hour away by car. Our hotel offers guests rooms, several apartments - the tenants of the apartment is the entire infrastructure of the house are available (large fruit garden, sun terrace, elevator, option to take breakfast, sightseeing and tour suggestions by me or employees)., key advantages: modern, historical, family, upgraded interiors, clean, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Spitz, Austria, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, Equipment:
During winter 2012/13 the rooms in the traditional first floor have been carefully renovated : Style-friendly design with modern functionality. Access to the rooms is via the Baroque hall with open fireplace. The rooms in this category are about 30 to 40 square metres in size and offer all the amenities of a 4-star luxury hotel: boxspring beds, separate rest - and bathroom with heated floors, minibar, safe and WLAN access. The beautiful view is into the garden, the terraces of Singeridl vineyard or the parish church, also called the "Wachau Cathedral".
A good start to the day is ensured by a fresh, rich breakfast buffet with own (organic) products from the garden and the region. Served in the historic ambience of the "imperial coffee room " or on the sun terrace with breathtaking views of the hotel's own pear orchard and the imposing Singeridl vineyard.
You can relax in the " Baroque fireplace room" or in the large garden area with more than a dozen varieties of fruit.
Not only the house, also the agricultural use was subject to certain adjustments in the course of centuries. While the main agricultural activity focussed on grapes for wine and vinegar production , in the 18th century cultivation of apricots and pears, contributed to an additional income. The property belonging to the estate extends from the house to the Danube: The home garden is a true "fruit paradise": Besides apricot, cherry, plum and apple trees also nuts, almonds, chestnuts and quince are grown. On warm walls thrive wine, kiwi and fig. In the stone terraces various types of berries are cultivated . However, the garden is dominated primarily by the pears plantation which includes 6 different types, among others Clapp's Liebling, Williams Christ and Gute Louise. The train garden is mainly for cultivation of the protected Wachau apricots. The label "Original Wachau apricot" guarantees the unique aroma and flavor quality. Some trees date back to the line from one ancestor who introduced the first plants in the 18th century from Hungary . In 2012, 50 young apricot trees were planted who are expected to bear first fruit after about 3 years. In the Danube garden, right next to the banks of the river, Riesling, Steinfeder and Federspiel are grown on ca 10 hectares. Their processing is subject to the "Codex Vinea Wachau", which guarantees uncompromising quality, origin and purity. Additionally , there is a small vineyard on the Singeriedl Weinbberg , which can be seen east of the house.
Location Vienna International Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Vienna International Airport. From Vienna International Airport the distance to the unit at Kremserstraße 19, 3620 Spitz, Austria is about 113 km (70.6 miles), approximately a 1 hour, 14 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Spitz, Austria, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
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|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Telephone, Satellite TV|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
The Upper Austria/Salzkammergut region
Barock-Landhof Burkhardt lies in the center of the historical wine-growing town of Spitz an der Donau, one of the most tradition-rich commu- nities in all of the Danube valley, located between Melk and Krems. Today a romantic 4-star hotel in the Wachau region, this estate was once home to a wine-collection point belonging to an abbey.
Discover Spitz (Austria) and local activities:
At its southern shore, where the magnificent Baroque Abbey of Melk arises, begins the Wachau. She reaches till the town of Krems which is ca 30 km downstream on the Danube. The Wachau is an UNESCO World Heritage Site, an internationally renowned wine growing area with steep terraces and stone walls and one of the most beautiful river valleys in the world.
The density is high for gourmet addresses: From award-winning restaurants, including some of the best in Austria, to cozy inns and quaint wine taverns, the portfolio of offerings is large. What the cooks serve in the Wachau originates from the region. For example, they are masters in preparing the typical apricot delicacies or game and river fish specialities. The Wachau also provides a wealth of historical and cultural highlights: Monastaries and churches, castles and chateaus as well as museums and exhibitions. Last but not least, recreation activities are numerous: hiking routes through the vineyards, easy cycling on both sides fo the river, 18 hole golf courses with rebats for our guests, all kinds of water sports and Danube - pleasure cruises. As Spitz is located in the heart of the Wachau, most attractions are reachable within 2-20 minutes. Vienna, the capital city of music and culture is only about 1 hour away and well worth a detour.
On foot: Enjoy the numerous marked trails through the vineyards, as the "Heritage Trail": it is part of "best-trails of Austria" seal of quality and connects the 13 municipalities of the UNESCO World Heritage Site, a scenic trail with unforgettable views.
Segway: Take a guided tour in the vineyards or by ferry boat to villages on the other side of the Danube or all the way up to ruin Aggstein.
Bike: Ride the City e-bike along the Danube through picturesque villages or take a ride in the mountains, e.g. do the "Jauerling tour" close to Spitz. Recharge your batteries in quaint wine taverns.
Ship: Gain a new perspective on the cultural landscape of the Wachau using the Danube river boats from Spitz to Krems or to Melk.
Train: Take the train through the Wachau vineyards and along the Danube to Krems or Emmersdorf . Book special Trainride offers with wine and local food tasting, while enjoying beautiful views of the Danube Valley
In the Air: Enjoy the Wachau from above: Book a scenic flight by helicopter, departing from airport Krems.
Monasteries: Visit the "gateway to the Wachau", Abbey Melk which counts to the most important baroque buildings in Europe; you will be impressed by the wealth of art history. Or take a trip to the Abbey Göttweig which lies at the other end of the Wachau region; of special interest is the prince and emperor room. Both landmarks offer unique panoramic views of the Danube Valley.
Castles and Chateaus: The Wachau offers a vast variety of knight's castles and magnificent chateaus, for example the castle Hinterhaus in Spitz, within walking distance from our house; Duernstein which became famous due to the imprisonment of the English king, Richard Loewenherz, Aggstein which belonged to a Kuenringer robber baron or the magical Artstetten chateau, once the summer residence of the imperial family
Exhibitions and Museums: Take a journey to the eventful past, by visiting the Danube Shipping , Wachau or Roman Museum. Visit top - class exhibitions, for example in the Renaissance Chateau Schallaburg.
Wineries: You will find 25 renowned wineries in the Wachau region, many are world famous, like Hirtzberger, Pichler or Prager.
Restaurants: Choose between 22 "Best Addresses" gourmet restaurants, including 13 Gault Millau classified ; they offer the full range of the finest local specialties, mostly in a traditional setting, matched to wine and apricot.
Heurige: Discover the cozy wine taverns ("Heuriger") in the Wachau; you find find at least a dozen alone in Spitz , easy to reach by foot from our house. The vinter's right to serve homemade wine without a special license goes back to Emperor Joseph II , who issued a special decree in 1784. The wine taverns offer a great opportunity to taste the Wachau wine labels Steinfeder, Federspiel und Smaragd; enjoy a memorable wine evening, get to know locals and taste the numerous Wachau delicacies.
Swimming: Visit one of the numerous natural Danube beaches (sand or gravel) and relax or cool-off on a hot summer day in the river.
"River – hiking": Experience a different way to get know the Wachau with a nature - oriented sport : Enjoy "river hiking " either by canoe or with an easy - to - learn SUP board (Stand Up Paddling)
Golf: You can choose between several 9 and 18 hole golf courses in an idyllic environment (some with house – discount)
Tennis: Can be played in walking distance from our house
More travel info about Spitz, Austria: Spitz an der Donau is a market town in the district of Krems-Land in the Austrian state of Lower Austria, further down from Willendorf on the left bank of the Danube. Occupied since Celtic times, it was first mentioned in 830. A hill "Tausendeimerberg" (the "Hill of a Thousand Buckets") is so named because of the many grapes that grow there, for the Wachau valley, for which Spitz is in, is famous for them. The Late Gothic church to St. Maurice is famous for its Apostles (1380) and an altarpiece by Kremser Schmidt. To the south of Spitz is the famous fortress of Hinterhaus.