Vacation Apartment in Füssen - 637 sqft, idyllic location, close to center (# 233)
This stunning apartment is located in an Art Nouveau villa located near the city center. The entire house has been carefully renovated, and it commands lovely views of the Allgaeu Mountains. This 1-bedroom apartment has a 4-star rating from DTV and can sleep up to 4 guests., key advantages: idyllic location, close to center, Quality: rated with 4 DTV star(s), 1 large living/family room with dining area, , fully equipped kitchen, has a breakfast nook, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located directly in the center and downtown area of Füssen,
The well-kept 4-star vacation apartments in our art nouveau-villa are furnished with an eye for detail and a sense of class. In part with real antiques. The house was extensively renovated; it is located in idyllic landscape with a beautiful view of the Allgäu mountains. The large grounds are located close to the city center, yet within greenery and nicely quiet. The big sunny garden gives you an opportunity to sunbathe and relax. The four 3-room-apartments with kitchen, bathroom and balcony, as well as garage upon request, are ideal for excursions or cultural tourism.
The 3-room-vacation apartment (with living room, bathroom, kitchen and marble bathroom) is on the third floor.
Large living room kitchen fully equipped with fridge, dishwashing machine, baking oven, microwave, coffee maker and a cozy dining area.
Stylish bathroom with large shower and toilet.
Separate bedroom with a romantic canopy bed.
The large living room offers access to the south-west-facing terrace with mountain view. The new furniture is in alpine style and complemented by antiques. Additional beds available.
* bed sheets suitable for people with allergies
* Balcony (south-west terrace)
* Satellite TV (flat screen)
* Stereo/CD/MP3 Player
* Internet connection
* Phone on request
* Area - 637 square feet
* bed sheets provided
* double bed
* sleeper couch for two
* garden furniture
* towels available
* canopy bed
* apartment as good as new
* non-smoking apartment
* separate living room / bed rooms
* baking oven
* tableware provided
* dishwashing machine
* towels provided
* coffee maker
* seating corner
* table cloths
* anti-incendiary measures
* storage space for bicycles
* storage space for surfboards
* garden furniture
* car parking spot
* storage room for skis
* clothes-drying room
* laundry service (bedsheets and towels)
* use of washing machine
* Jan 11, 2011 – Mar 16, 2011
* May 2, 2011 – May 31, 2011
* Sep 16, 2011 – Dec 19, 2011
* Apr 17, 2011 – May 1, 2011
* Dec 20, 2011 – Jan 10, 2012
* June 1, 2011 – Sep 15, 2011
Our prices are inclusive of the following services:
* car parking spot
* bike storage space
* internet access
* bed sheets
* final cleaning
* tax as legally required
Note:: Separate payment for garage and telephone fees. Stays in Füssen / Bad Faulenbach incur local tax. Pets not allowed. Non-smoking apartments.
Important: The minimum stay in the main season is one week.
Our apartments were formally testes in March 2009 and awarded four stars by the Deutscher Tourismusverband DTV (German Tourism Association). This classification guarantees a stay in a vacation apartment of high quality.
Location Munich Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Munich Airport. From Munich Airport the distance to the unit at Augustenstraße 3, 87629 Füssen is about 161 km (100.6 miles), approximately a 1 hour, 48 minutes drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Füssen, 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.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $155-$140 for 4 persons. For stays of 8 nights, 10% discout
Unit Size: 637 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Television, Satellite TV, Balcony, Telephone
* urban area
* close to pedestrian zone
* close to train station
* close to post office
* quiet location
* close by forest
* mountain view
* directly on bike trail
* next bus stop
* swimming lake
* cross-country skiing course
Free time in Füssen and Surroundings:
Füssen lies embedded in beautiful landscape, surrounded by lakes and mountains, directly on the Roman road Via Claudia Augusta. The historical old town of Füssen with its Italian flair invites you to go for a stroll and discover its beauty. Füssen with the “Hohes Schloss” is also called the “romantic soul of Bavaria.” The late Gothic castle complex used to be the summer residence of the prince-bishops of Augsburg. In the North wing, there are two museums, the State Gallery and the Town Painting Gallery. In the lord’s hall of the monastery, concerts are held during the entire year. Another sight to see is the “Museum of the City of Füssen” in the baroque Benedictine monastery Sankt Mang, directly at the Lech river.
If you want to visit Füssen, take a closer look at the Romantic Road. It is a very special drive with cultural atmosphere and lots of fun. The world-renowned vacation road starts in Würzburg and connects well-known settlements such as Dinkelsbühl, Donauwörth, Augsburg and Landsberg am Lech. After 366 km, the journey ends in what is probably the most romantic part of Bavaria, in Füssen.
The best way to relax and enjoy the enchanting scenery is on a boat cruise on the Forggensee. From the 12 km long and 3 km wide lake, you have a fantastic view of the Alps with the imposing Säuling, and of course also of Schloss Neuschwanstein.
This way, you can see the Allgäu from above. You rise into the air and enjoy the breathtaking view of the magnificent lake landscape and the royal castles. And this is only one of the reasons why the Tegelberg is the best-known mountain “piste” to start flying. To be able to share the experience in the best possible way, balloon trips are being offered. It is even possible to cross the entire Alps in the hot air balloon – truly a special, unforgettable experience.
The castle was built on orders of King Ludwig II. of Bavaria, in the middle of ragged rocks within scenic mountain landscape.
Neuschwanstein is the best-known of his castles and one of the best-known tourist attractions in the world. Every year, millions of visitors come to Schwangau to see the unique architecture and interior of this “fairy tale castle.” In the immediate vicinity, you can also visit Castle Hohenschwangau, where the “fairy tale” king spent his childhood.
Crystal Spa Schwangau
In the Crystal Spa Schwangau you literally dive right into a different world. All pools, with direct view of the fairy tale castles, offer royal ambience. The landscape of the pools and saunas is decorated with 15 tons of precious and semi-precious stones such as amethyst, rose quartz and agate. In the outdoor pool with 12 percent saline water, which is unique in the Allgäu, you can float as you would in the Dead Sea while relaxing to soothing underwater music.
The seven saunas, two steam baths and one salt steam bath are sure to offer something for every fan of saunas.
On the Tegelberg mountain, you will find what is probably the most beautiful lookout into the fascinating world of the high Alpine mountains and their foothills. The Tegelbergbahn is a cable car of 2146 m length which can carry up to 470 passengers per hour to the top of the 1881 m high mountain. On the top, adjacent to the cable car station, there is a mountain restaurant, the “Tegelberghaus,” and the “Panorama Restaurant” of the top station.
The panorama terraces offer a unique view of the royal landscape. There is also an interesting sight at the bottom, though: 1934, an extensive Roman villa complex was discovered here, partially excavated and opened for visitors.
From the Tegelberg, excellent currents carry hang gliders or paragliders up to experience the Allgäu from the bird’s eye view. While being carried up in the air, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the magnificent lake landscape and the royal castles.
The church of Wies, one of the best-known rokoko churches in the world, is located in Wies, close by Steingaden. When a farmer woman saw tears in the eyes of a Jesus there, the pilgrimages got started.
From, the pilgrimage church was erected to house the statue of the suffering Jesus. The magnificent house of God not only invites prayer and meditation, but also looks and amazement. In 1983, the church was added to the UNESCO list of world cultural heritage.
The Festspielhaus theater/concert hall is beautifully situated right on the edge of the Forggensee lake. Its magnificent mountain panorama and the unobstructed view of the royal castles is unique.
The house has gained a good reputation thanks to its high-class program of cultural events. It offers a manifold program with events such as concerts, musical performances, theater, comedies and guest appearances. The stage is one of the most modern and the second largest rotating stage in all of Germany.
The culinary delights are not to be taken lightly, either. In the restaurant with beer garden, you can find Bavarian gemütlichkeit with typical Bavarian delicacies, surrounded by a landscape right out of a tourist poster. The Romantic Restaurant offers fine, first-class cuisine. The Festspielhaus is the appropriate venue for various events such as galas, business events, fashion shows, Christmas celebrations, as well – you couldn’t wish for a more beautiful stage for a wedding, either.
Ticket reservation and information: Tuesday – Sunday, 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
Musiktheater Füssen Besitz GmbH & Co. KG
Im See 1
Tel. +49 (0) 8362/5077-212
Fax +49 (0) 8362/5077-298
More travel info about Fuessen: Fuessen is an enchanting town—at 808 meters the highest town in Bavaria—and offers numerous cultural and natural attractions. The world famous Neuschwanstein castle is nearby, and opportunities for hiking and skiing are everywhere. Besides touring the town’s late Gothic “High Castle” (Hohes Schloss), you should also consider visiting the Wieskirche, a Baroque pilgrimage church which is honored as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Some visitors come to tour the castles and leave immediately afterward leaving Fuessen unexplored. This is a great pity as there is much to see in Fuessen and the surrounding area if you know what you are looking for! There are magnificent lakes with beautiful views and Hohenschwangau Castle, where King Ludwig II grew up.