Chalet Stoanerhof, Mayrhofen

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4.1 out of 5 based on 9 reviews
This year’s chalet holiday was fantastic, it’s a good chalet on a good site and everything’s very affordable. The food was brilliant – Fred the chef did a brilliant job. The best ski holiday food I’ve had was a hotel in France where they had a star chef, and this experience came very close. Getting to the ... + more
Lee, Isle of Man
5 out of 5
Two of us stayed here at the end of the season, the resort was a bit quiet, don’t think many chalets were still going, but I definitely got the impression it’s livelier there in busier weeks. The snow was ok, not the best as it was the end of the season but it had been a good year of snow so we were very luck... + more
John, Nottingham
4 out of 5
Very pleasantly surprised with the location, accommodation and staff. We stayed over the Christmas period 2012 and could not have asked for a more friendlier bunch. Professionally lead by Helen - Sam, Hannah, George and Chris, together with the resort ski guide Emily - made our stay very enjoyable indeed. ... + more
Leslie Payne
4 out of 5
Had a really good week here. Both the chalet host and ski rep were really nice. They were trying out a new menu which was really good on some days and didn’t work as well on others… it was all traditional Austrian dishes served as a standard 3 course meal – some of the salads were really lovely. They also t... + more
Paul B., Hertfordshire
4 out of 5
Just got back from a week at the Stoanerhof. There were 32 of us so we had the whole place to ourselves. Its a great chalet in a really good location close to the town. The Penken lift is a short walk away and the Ahorn lift is right by the chalet. The communal areas are fantastic for chatting and socialising w... + more
Keith Johnston
5 out of 5
Spent half term week at Stoanerhof, Mayrhofen. 14 of us in our group, mixed ability but experienced skiers, and about 20 other guests in 3 or 4 family groups. All mixed well, staff were excellent, great guiding, fabulous food and they couldn't do enough for us. We had a couple of injuries, but no drama's made. ... + more
Stephen Godbold
5 out of 5
It’s an average chalet, near enough to the village but a bit far from the main lifts. The staff were good and the bedrooms were fine in terms of space. The food was pretty poor, they were really tight on portions and the chefs seemed inexperienced. There was plenty to drink though. Liked Mayrhofen as a resort ... + more
Tom
3 out of 5
Our bedroom was fine, it was kept very clean and had plenty of space. The guys who ran the chalet were very helpful and polite. The food was ok, not the best standard I’ve experienced in a chalet but I know it was the end of the season and they were team of young lads who weren’t foodies themselves. At meal t... + more
Ian Holford
3 out of 5
A big chalet, its location is as good as it gets if your heart is set on staying in a chalet in the charming resort of Mayrhofen. If the snow is good, you’ll love the challenge of off-pisting it back to your door. Otherwise it’s a short two hundred metre walk from the bottom of the Ahorn Gondola. The Penken G... + more
Sno man, Sno Staff
4 out of 5
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Package - what's included - what's included & available - what's included plus available extras - what's included & what extras are available

Accommodation
Catered Chalet
Flights Included
Transfers
Lift Pass
Ski Rental
Boot Rental
No Ski School

Location - where is Chalet Stoanerhof

Chalet Stoanerhof is superbly located within 200 metres (approx.) of the Ahorn Cable Car. Intermediate and advanced skiers can ski right back to the chalet (in normal snow conditions) on the Ahorn piste. 10 minutes walk (approx.) takes you to the Penken gondola and the lively, picturesque Mayrhofen village centre. The ski bus stops a 5 minute walk (approx.) away.

Superb access to ski hire - Only 250 metres (approx.) from rental shop

  • Town centre: 800m
  • Ski school: 200m
  • Ski lift: 200m
  • Piste: 200m
  • Bus stop: 400m

Overview - chalet description - Chalet Stoanerhof description

The Chalet Stoanerhof offers guests a traditional Austrian chalet with a great range of facilities and enviable skiing convenience. Most bedrooms have en suite facilities and balconies, plus 4 suite rooms perfect for families or mixed groups. All rooms are furnished to a very high standard retaining their Austrian charm and include a TV. After an exhilarating day on the slopes, why not gather in the traditional Tyrolean snug, enjoy a drink in the bar, relax in the Stoanerhof’s sauna or soak up the last rays on the terrace.


Facilities - Chalet Stoanerhof features

  • Sauna / Steam room
  • Local car parking
  • Free WiFi
  • Family rooms
  • Close to piste

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

Lower ground floor:

• 2 separate WCs • Sauna and multijet shower • Ski room with heated boot rack

Rm 100 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Austrian twin, optional extra single sofa bed, shower and WC

Ground Floor:

• Reception with small seating area • Bar • Restaurant • Tyrolean snug • Outside terrace

Rm 101 Double (sleeps 2)
Four poster bed, bath and WC

Rm 119 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shower and WC

First Floor:

Rm 102 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-4)
Austrian twin, optional extra double sofa bed, shower, WC and balcony
(max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults)

Rm 103 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-4)
Austrian twin, optional extra double sofa bed, shower, WC and balcony
(max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults)

Rm 104 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Austrian twin, optional extra single sofa bed, shower, WC and balcony

Rm 105 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Austrian twin, optional extra single sofa bed, shower, WC and balcony

RM 106 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shared entrance, shower, WC and balcony with room 107

RM 107 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shared entrance, shower, WC and balcony with room 106

Second Floor:

Rm 108 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-4)
Austrian twin, optional extra double sofa bed, shower, WC and balcony
(max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults)

Rm 109 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-4)
Austrian twin, optional extra double sofa bed, shower, WC and balcony
(max occupancy 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults)

Rm 110 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Austrian twin, optional extra single sofa bed, shower WC and balcony

Rm 111 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shower, WC and balcony

Rm 112 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2-3)
Austrian twin, optional extra single sofa bed, shared entrance, shower, WC and balcony with room 113

Rm 113 Austrian Twin (sleeps 2)
Austrian twin, shared shower, shared entrance, shower, WC and balcony with room 112

Extra Information

Rooms 112 & 113 are accessed by shared entrance (each room has own lockable door) and share a shower and separate WC
Some chalet staff live in.

Discounts for Extra Beds

The following rooms offer additional discounts when using the extra beds for adults.
Children taking the additional beds pay half the adult full price.
  • Room 100
  • Room 102
  • Room 103
  • Room 104
  • Room 105
  • Room 108
  • Room 109
  • Room 110
  • Room 112

Meals - food and drink in Chalet Stoanerhof

  • 7 nights chalet accommodation
  • Continental breakfast for 7 mornings with hot options provided by our hosts on 6 days
  • 6 days of homemade afternoon tea and cake
  • 6 days of aperitifs
  • 6 nights fully catered

Grade 3-5 Chalets

  • 3 course evening meals with a 2 course Alpine speciality on one night
  • Unlimited Silver level wine until coffee with evening meals

Please check meal inclusions for other durations.

We update Chalet Stoanerhof's details often, but facilities do change. e.g. some extras listed by the supplier as "free" or included might only be for the first time you use them, or for one time per party, then charged for further use. If any specific feature is essential to your holiday, make sure you ask us to confirm the details of it before you book your holiday.

Availability - dates & airports - dates & departure airports - chalet dates & departure airports - Chalet Stoanerhof dates & departure airports

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This all inclusive holiday to Chalet Stoanerhof in Mayrhofen, Austria departs Saturday 2nd January 2021, for a 7 night stay on a "catered chalet" board basis. A local tourist tax (Taxe de Sejour or Kurtaxe) is levied by many councils in European ski resorts. It varies by standard and type of accommodation and is age dependent, so not everyone is charged. It's not included in the basic price of your holiday and is usually paid locally. For reference, the average charged in winter 15/16 was between 50p and £2 per person, per night.
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Resort - about Mayrhofen - about holidays in Mayrhofen - about ski holidays in Mayrhofen - about ski holidays in Mayrhofen Austria

Freestyling heaven Tyrolean charm Snowbombing festival 100% artificial snow coverage

One of Austria's top ski resorts, Mayrhofen has a magnificent medley of varied terrain, Austrian charm and lively après ski. From families to party-lovers and non-skiers to hardcore athletes, this laid-back destination warmly welcomes everyone and rarely disappoints – a fantastic place to ski that Brits return to year after year.

Beginner Intermediate Advanced Snowboard

Great for Families Groups Après ski

Mayrhofen webcam

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Snow History: December average depth 56.67cm

Mayrhofen trail map

Approx. airport transfer times depend on conditions:

Innsbruck (INN)65km, 1h
Salzburg (SZG)170km, 2h
Region:Austria, Alps.
First opened:1954

Mayrhofen lift pass price last reported as Adult Mayrhofen pass: €53.50 (1 day)
Adult Zillertaler Superskipass: €256.50 (6 days). Ask for a quote when booking Chalet Stoanerhof.
Night skiing: No
Mayrhofen has N S E W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing December – April.

Town altitude: 630m
Top of slopes: 2500m
Bottom of piste: 630m
Vertical drop: 1870m
Total length of trails:139km
Longest piste:5.5km (Valley run)
Near the end of the stunning Ziller Valley, Mayrhofen engenders Austrian charm in a lively, cheerful atmosphere. Dating back to 1511, its architecture's charmingly old school, yet all mod-cons are present and correct. The resort's location is fantastic: Only an hour's drive from Innsbruck airport, parents can minimise the all-too-familiar “are we nearly there yet?” while snow lovers can maximise their time on the piste. The family friendly nature doesn't stop with its convenient location – restaurants cate...
There's oodles on offer in Mayrhofen whether you ski or board and whatever your level. If you prefer a leisurely cruise down the piste, the Ahorn's your mountain, while those who like to get the heart pumping will love north facing Penken's white-knuckle steeps, moguls, powder and terrain park. Mayrhofen is highly recommended for beginners who can learn under the excellent tuition of local instructors on both the Ahorn and Penken mountains. The nursery areas are large, gentle and snow-sure, offering some fa...
With a famously lively après ski scene, Mayrhofen's a place to eat, drink and party after a day on the snow. You'll find a range of restaurants to suit all budgets serving great food from schnitzel to chow mein. Ahornhuette is one of many family friendly restaurants with a great kids menu, the Thaler family provide a traditional Austrian dining experience at Wirtshaus zum Griena and the Sportsbar & Grill keeps everyone happy with a fantastic range of food including burgers, kebabs and pizza. With a variety of...

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"Brilliant"

Lee, Isle of Man
5/ out of 5
This year’s chalet holiday was fantastic, it’s a good chalet on a good site and everything’s very affordable. The food was brilliant – Fred the chef did a brilliant job. The best ski holiday food I’ve had was a hotel in France where they had a star chef, and this experience came very close. Getting to the slopes or into town was no problem at all, the chalet is right by the bottom of the Ahorn lift.

"Lovely, hotel-like chalet"

John, Nottingham
4/ out of 5
Two of us stayed here at the end of the season, the resort was a bit quiet, don’t think many chalets were still going, but I definitely got the impression it’s livelier there in busier weeks. The snow was ok, not the best as it was the end of the season but it had been a good year of snow so we were very lucky. The chalet was nice – quite hotel like with your own private space and with enough people to be sociable. The staff were all lively and definitely added to the fun, all making sure they ended the last week of the year on a high! The food was good and you can’t complain with free wine all week! The chalet isn’t bang in the centre of town but it’s close to one of the lifts (you can get the bus from that lift to the main area).

"A LITTLE GEM"

Leslie Payne
4/ out of 5
Very pleasantly surprised with the location, accommodation and staff. We stayed over the Christmas period 2012 and could not have asked for a more friendlier bunch. Professionally lead by Helen - Sam, Hannah, George and Chris, together with the resort ski guide Emily - made our stay very enjoyable indeed. The meals served every day by Chris were second to none which always helps after an exhausting day skiing. Mayrhofen is a great ski location and highly recommended. It's very apparent that money has been reinvested into the area with high standard gondalas and chairlifts on every mountain. The Ahorn is a short walk and ideal for getting your ski legs back with gentle runs at the top and some challenging reds back into town. The Penkenbahn Gondola is about a 10 minute walk which is fine in the morning but we caught the bus back in the evenings after a great day skiing. I also tried the paragliding - a company recommended by the tour operator - and what an experience. Well worth a go!

"Chalet Stoanerhof March 15"

Paul B., Hertfordshire
4/ out of 5
Had a really good week here. Both the chalet host and ski rep were really nice. They were trying out a new menu which was really good on some days and didn’t work as well on others… it was all traditional Austrian dishes served as a standard 3 course meal – some of the salads were really lovely. They also tried to be inventive at breakfasts, but I’d have been happy with bacon and eggs. It was still a good round up so long as you got there in time, although even if you didn’t they were quite affable and would sort you out with something. With no snow in the town, getting to/from the lifts or into town was a little bit of a bother, at the end of the day you want to walk as little as possible with ski boots and skis! If you were using the main Penken lift, you could get the bus back and then it would be a 5 minute walk but in the mornings it was a good 10-15 walk. The only downside I can think of (and it’s not even a really bad one) is that there isn’t a pool. It looks a bit like there’s a pool in the pictures but it’s actually just a sauna with a shower.

"Amazing week at the Stoanerhof!!"

Keith Johnston
5/ out of 5
Just got back from a week at the Stoanerhof. There were 32 of us so we had the whole place to ourselves. Its a great chalet in a really good location close to the town. The Penken lift is a short walk away and the Ahorn lift is right by the chalet. The communal areas are fantastic for chatting and socialising with a big group. The staff were excellent and couldn't have done more for us. I highly recommend this chalet!! The ski lodge features really do make a difference. Having a choice of food and good quality table wine was excellent!

"Great Chalet"

Stephen Godbold
5/ out of 5
Spent half term week at Stoanerhof, Mayrhofen. 14 of us in our group, mixed ability but experienced skiers, and about 20 other guests in 3 or 4 family groups. All mixed well, staff were excellent, great guiding, fabulous food and they couldn't do enough for us. We had a couple of injuries, but no drama's made. One criticism was of the resort itself - a rubbish, completely inadequate bus service with unhelpful drivers. Lift queues also not great but have to expect that at half term.

"Stoanerhof Jan 2016"

Tom
3/ out of 5
It’s an average chalet, near enough to the village but a bit far from the main lifts. The staff were good and the bedrooms were fine in terms of space. The food was pretty poor, they were really tight on portions and the chefs seemed inexperienced. There was plenty to drink though. Liked Mayrhofen as a resort and would go back, it’s a nice village with a good atmosphere.

"Stoanerhof March/April 2015"

Ian Holford
3/ out of 5
Our bedroom was fine, it was kept very clean and had plenty of space. The guys who ran the chalet were very helpful and polite. The food was ok, not the best standard I’ve experienced in a chalet but I know it was the end of the season and they were team of young lads who weren’t foodies themselves. At meal times, they had separate tables of 6-8 where small groups would be mixed with other guests – people would rush down to get their seats which was always interesting to watch! The chalet is right round the corner from one of the lifts which took you up to the Ahorn, a small ski area of 2 reds, a blue and a black. To get to the bigger ski area / main slopes you had to walk in the town for 15-20 minutes in ski kit to reach the main bubble (long queues but they’re upgrading the lift this summer which should make a difference). There was enough room for everyone in the dining and living areas but to be honest I don’t think we’d go back to this chalet as it was a bit too big, with around 30 people staying there.

"Close to the Ahorn lift, nice hotel bar"

Sno man, Sno Staff
4/ out of 5
A big chalet, its location is as good as it gets if your heart is set on staying in a chalet in the charming resort of Mayrhofen. If the snow is good, you’ll love the challenge of off-pisting it back to your door. Otherwise it’s a short two hundred metre walk from the bottom of the Ahorn Gondola. The Penken Gondola - with access to the main ski area - is just over 10 minutes walk from the chalet, or you can jump on a bus for the latter half of the journey. Spend an evening either in the main village (the Ice Bar is a must), or make use of the onsite bar and relaxation facilities in the chalet.
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