Söll; Austria Ski Week w/2 for 1 Ski Hire or Carriage
- Pension Sonnenhof
- 7 Nights
- Board Basis:
- Bed & Breakfast (Half Board +£91pp)
- Return Flights
- Atol Protection
- 20kg Luggage Allowance
- Resort Transfers
- Daily Breakfast (Half Board Upgrade fr +£91pp)
- 2 for 1 Ski/Snowboard Hire or Carriage
- Please call 0114 250 4042 for available departure dates
Pension Sonnenhof, Söll
The Pension Sonnenhof is a small and friendly guesthouse on the edge of Söll. Its slightly elevated location is peaceful but it’s still only a gentle 10-minute walk to the village centre. It’s a bit further to the ski lifts, but fortunately the ski bus stops just a couple of minutes up the road from the hotel.
- Slightly elevated position above Söll *10 minutes' walk to centre and 2 minutes' walk to ski bus stop
- Cosy wood-panelled breakfast lounge
- Free WiFi throughout
The owners, the Reiter family, know a thing or two about great hospitality. There’ll always be a warm welcome and they have lots of local knowledge and tips to help make your stay comfortable and easy.
Simplicity and great hospitality are key at the Sonnenhof. With just eight rooms, all with balconies, you can wake up to beautiful views of the valley. Plus there’s an excellent spread served up each morning for a great start to your day, as well as delicious dishes to tuck into in the evenings if you choose to upgrade to half board basis. However, if you want to explore the variety of restaurants around town you can choose just to have your breakfast in-house.
- 8-10 minutes' walk to Söll village centre
- 2 minutes' walk to ski bus stop
- 25 minutes' walk to nearest lift
All rooms have a TV and free WiFi
Standard Twin Room - sleeps 2:
Austrian twin beds, private shower, WC and balcony
- Free WiFi
- Breakfast lounge
- Sun terrace
- Ski storeroom
- Buffet breakfast
- Optional upgrade - 3-course set menu evening meal, with choice of main course
- Part of Austria’s largest linked ski area
- Good value on and off the slopes
- Tree-lined runs, great for low-visibility
Part of the larger SkiWelt area - the mostly tree-lined Söll has long been a favourite, especially with families, intermediates and party lovers. The SkiWelt is Austria’s largest fully linked ski area with 280km of slopes – so there’s plenty of scope to keep even the most intrepid of skiers busy all week. Söll is fairly compact, full of quaint, chalet-style buildings and a pretty church. The slopes are a little way from the main hotels, so use the ski buses. Busy bars with live music provide your après fix and are great value, especially for a ski resort.
Once beginners have mastered the basics on the mountain, fast learners will progress quickly. However, nervous beginners might not find a great variety of easier slopes to build confidence. Snowboarders have plenty of cruising runs and a park for practicing some tricks. Beyond this, you’ll want to explore deeper into the SkiWelt, visiting neighbouring Scheffau and Ellmau. Or possibly upgrade to the Alpen AllStar Card to check out nearby Kitzbühel, which links well with the SkiWelt’s Westendorf.
Eating out in Söll is mainly restricted to hotel restaurants - try Hotel Postwirt and Feldwebel. Après generally begins at the gondola base station in Moonlight and Hexenalm. Later on, Söll’s most popular evening haunts include the Red Horse Inn, under the Hotel Rubin, and the Whiskey Mühle also bursts into life.
* Additional Charges
If the number of people staying in this room is less than the maximum occupancy, there may be a slight charge for under-occupancy. Bookings made by credit card incure a fee of 1%, American Express 2.5%, no charge for UK debit cards. All other holiday companies charge these supplements; it's just that we are up front about them and inform you of them before you call.
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