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About the Venue


P1160681120 years ago our hostel was a sleeping place for the miners. So it’s very basic inside.
Our house is situated in a secluded location on a large flat meadow that can be used for faerie-football, bonfire or even for camping. As this meadow and the nearby wood is faeriespace – it is clothes optional. BUT be aware: Cows could be watching you!

Directly from the house can be hiked or drove through the mountains. Our house is equipped with a large, modern equipped kitchen.
The room capacity is from 1-bed to 4-bedded rooms (bunk beds) which are partially equipped with sinks (maximum about 80 beds inside) from the 1st to the 3rd floor. There are rooms for four, six or eight beds. There are 2 large newly renovated shower rooms, the shower rooms have 9 showers – so the faeries have here Austrian Standard – which is very high!

There is a dining hall (ballroom) and a small group room. There will possibly also be a group tent and a hut in the middle of the meadow for all kind of activities such as heart circles, love temple, etc. You may also bring your own tent if you wish to have your own private space (No extra fee) – please inform us about that, as there is limited space for about 6-8 tents.



bathrooms with showers,



a big kitchen,




a dining hall / ballroom and small group rooms.


2. What to bring:

You can bring your own sheets (for mattress AND blanket AND pillow) or sleeping bag AND a bed sheet (i.e. for the mattress) AND one for the pillow.

Otherwise – if you rent it from the hostel, the house-facility requests a 1time fee of 8,00 for final sheets cleaning. The complete house is designated as smoke- free area.

For more info, visit the site of the Mitterberghaus itself (in German).

On this page you can see some pictures of the Venue, mainly taken at our first visit