Our newly-built house is situated in Milders, just 2 km from Neustift as you drive towards the Stubai Glacier cable car.
Guests enjoy the convenient location of our apartments, which are close to the supermarket, ski and snowboard rental shop, hairdressers and cash machine.
There are also a number of good restaurants nearby serving traditional Tyrolean food as well as international cuisine, not forgetting Pizzeria Don Camillo, which is popular with both locals and tourists.
We renovated our apartments to the highest standard, paying attention to every single detail in order to create a cosy and homely atmosphere. Our credo is to make each and every guest feel comfortable and at home here.
A winter holiday to remember in Neustift in the Stubai Valley
Neustift (994 m above sea level) is a popular winter holiday destination due to its proximity to the Stubai Glacier and to three other ski resorts. It takes just a few minutes to drive from Neustift to the Stubai Glacier, where snow is guaranteed from October through to June.
Whether you prefer skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing or tobogganing, these and a wide range of other winter sports guarantee an exciting winter holiday for the whole family.
Experience the Tyrolean mountains in summer
The Stubai Valley offers an abundance of recreational activities in summer, including countless hiking trails, many rock climbing and fixed-rope climbing routes, a large network of cycle paths, to mention just a few.
You can even have a little fun on the slopes during the summer months or take a trip up the mountain to see snow and ice. The cable car that takes you up to the Stubai Glacier is just a short drive away.
Tyrol’s provincial capital Innsbruck is also a short drive (25 km) from our idyllic little town. After only 20 minutes by car or bus, there’s nothing to stop you from enjoying a great day out in the Olympic city.
We are looking forward to receiving your inquiry. We do everything we can to ensure that our guests have as comfortable a stay as possible!
Gertraud und Franz Bucher