Mayrhofen Snow Houses, Mayrhofen

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4.0 out of 5 based on 5 reviews
The location of the snow home we were allocated was perfect as it was right around the corner from the chair lift, which meant I could get off the lift, drop my board off and go straight out in the evenings. Some of the homes are stuck out of the main resort – I got chatting to 2 people on the slopes who were ... + more
Carl Norman, Norwich
4 out of 5
I was surprised how good the accommodation was for the money we paid! I would definitely recommend it. We had a good sized room which was well heated – it didn’t have a TV but that wasn’t a problem for us. It was in a fairly big building (which was part of a farm), with the family living on the bottom floor ... + more
David & Leon Clements, Edinburgh
5 out of 5
The snow homes were great. I’d stayed in this type of accommodation before so knew what to expect. Ours was a bit out of the village on the other side of the rail station, but it was actually quite convenient for the rail station. We were still within walking distance of the town and it probably took us about... + more
Stuart, Cardiff
4 out of 5
Really nice Snow Homes, better than I’d thought! The accommodation was really clean and breakfasts were fine. Wi-Fi was good. I had an Austrian twin room to myself so there was plenty of space. The lady was so nice and deserves a mention. At the end we had a ridiculously early transfer time so everyone had to ... + more
Andrew Dunstan
4 out of 5
The snow homes are little out of town, about 30 minutes and they’re served by a snow bus so you don’t have to walk. Inside is very basic and not very flash, very clean and quite dated but we weren’t expecting anything flash so this wasn’t a problem. The room had a nice balcony looking over a pretty part o... + more
Neil, Uxbridge
3 out of 5
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Overview - hotel description - Mayrhofen Snow Houses description

Our small, homely and traditional ‘Snow Houses’ offer comfortable accommodation for those who enjoy the flexibilty, value and variety of bed and breakfast. A half board option is also available.


Facilities - Mayrhofen Snow Houses features

  • All houses have breakfast room/stube, also used for relaxing during the day

Special attractions:

  • Ideally located in and around Mayrhofen
  • Just a short walk from either the village centre or main lifts

Room Types - bathrooms beds & sleeping

  • Twins* and singles have bath or shower
  • A maximum of 3 twins can be guaranteed in the same Snow House
  • Single rooms cannot be guaranteed to be in the same house as twins

*In certain locations, a twin is commonly accepted as referring to two separate mattresses and duvets contained in one large frame. Most hotels have rooms that will take an extra bed if required. These extra beds may be bunk beds, fold-away beds or sofa beds, but the suitability of these beds may depend on each individual. Where an extra bed is added this may limit the space available. Rooms with extra beds are still bookable for two person occupancy although, in this case, the hotelier may allocate a standard-sized twin bedded room without extra beds. Single rooms do not always match up either in size or facilities to twin bedded rooms, even when a supplement is paid.


Meals - food and drink in Mayrhofen Snow Houses

  • Continental breakfast with ham and cheese served to the table
  • For guests choosing half board a 3 course evening meal is served in a nearby restaurant
We update Mayrhofen Snow Houses'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.

Resort - about Mayrhofen - about holidays in Mayrhofen - about ski holidays in Mayrhofen - about ski holidays in Mayrhofen Austria

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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.

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Great for Families groups après ski snow sure

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Snow Forecast: 11cm expected this week

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 1-1.5 day Mayrhofen pass: €47 (1 day)
2-21 day Zillertaler Superskipass: €224 (6 days). Ask for a quote when booking Mayrhofen Snow Houses.
Night skiing: No
Mayrhofen has N, S, E, W facing slopes.
Usually open for skiing November – April.

Town altitude: 630m
Top of slopes: 2,500m
Bottom of piste: 630m
Vertical drop: 1,870m
Total length of trails:136km
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 creates a traditional ambiance, 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 – restauran...
There's plenty on offer in Mayrhofen for all types and abilities of skier and snowboarder. If you prefer a leisurely cruise down the piste, the Ahorn is 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 so...
With a famously lively après ski scene, Mayrhofen is 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 o...

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"Amazing location, but remember its a lottery"

Carl Norman, Norwich
4/ out of 5
The location of the snow home we were allocated was perfect as it was right around the corner from the chair lift, which meant I could get off the lift, drop my board off and go straight out in the evenings. Some of the homes are stuck out of the main resort – I got chatting to 2 people on the slopes who were staying in Snow Houses further out in a little village, where you had to use the commuter bus to get out. I think you’re allocated where you stay on arrival, but if you could pick one I’d definitely go back to the one I stayed in. The host was nice and friendly and the breakfasts were really good – your normal cheeses, pates, tomatoes, boiled eggs, bread and jam etc. I like to eat out and go out and about in the evenings so the B&B basis worked perfectly for me. I go by myself and the rooms I stay in are always super small, literally a bed and a gangway. My one here had an en-suite and everything was nice and clean which is the main thing.

"Better than I was expecting!"

David & Leon Clements, Edinburgh
5/ out of 5
I was surprised how good the accommodation was for the money we paid! I would definitely recommend it. We had a good sized room which was well heated – it didn’t have a TV but that wasn’t a problem for us. It was in a fairly big building (which was part of a farm), with the family living on the bottom floor (we only saw a little of them but they were great). Breakfast was served between 7 and 9 and they did a good spread with meat, cheese, bread and a hot egg if you wanted it; as good as it gets for continental breakfasts. The only thing was that it was a little walk to the skiing (about 5 minutes) from where we were although it wasn’t much of a problem. We’d happily stay in the same house again.

"Great, very clean & good breakfasts"

Stuart, Cardiff
4/ out of 5
The snow homes were great. I’d stayed in this type of accommodation before so knew what to expect. Ours was a bit out of the village on the other side of the rail station, but it was actually quite convenient for the rail station. We were still within walking distance of the town and it probably took us about ten minutes to walk there in ski boots, which wasn’t a problem. Our bedroom was fine, it had plenty of storage space and the cleanliness was superb. We also had a separate ski room downstairs with a rack for boots. There was plenty to eat at breakfast, typical Austrian fare but lots of it.

"Good if travelling on your own"

Andrew Dunstan
4/ out of 5
Really nice Snow Homes, better than I’d thought! The accommodation was really clean and breakfasts were fine. Wi-Fi was good. I had an Austrian twin room to myself so there was plenty of space. The lady was so nice and deserves a mention. At the end we had a ridiculously early transfer time so everyone had to get up in the early hours… She made everyone a lovely lunch. Then when some other guests overslept she woke them up and personally drove them to the transfer place. I was initially worried as I tend to stay in smaller villages on the outskirts when I visit Mayrhofen (because the Penken queue is usually choka). However they have a new Penken gondola now which was just 2 minutes away down the footpath. Overall the Snow Houses are easy and cheap, I don’t have to pay a supplement so they’re really good for me when I go on my own.

"Good crash pads"

Neil, Uxbridge
3/ out of 5
The snow homes are little out of town, about 30 minutes and they’re served by a snow bus so you don’t have to walk. Inside is very basic and not very flash, very clean and quite dated but we weren’t expecting anything flash so this wasn’t a problem. The room had a nice balcony looking over a pretty part of town. It’s a B&B and we had an Austrian breakfast every morning (cheeses, meats and nutella). The lady in charge spoke barely any English but we got by smiling and nodding. It was just me and my mate staying here and for the 2 of us it was fine because we didn’t have any children to entertain or anything. The snow homes would definitely be good for groups of lads who want a week with more emphasis on the slopes and just somewhere to crash at night.
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