Your holiday home with pool and sauna in Bavaria
Ferienresort Inzell is not far from the town center of Inzell, providing ample space for up to eight people. A parking space is available on the resort premises for the duration of your stay. Please note: The private outdoor pools are not heated and can be used from mid-May to mid-October. Dogs are very welcome!
- Chalet Bergblick (128 m²): three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living area, high-quality kitchen, two terraces and balconies, outdoor pool (not heated), private sauna
- Chalet Alpenblick (142 m²): three bedrooms, two bathrooms, living area, high-quality kitchen, terrace with outdoor pool (not heated), private sauna
- Chalet Panorama (128 m²): two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living area, high-quality kitchen, terrace with hot tub (heatable with wood), private sauna
Summer or winter holidays in a chalet in the Chiemgau Alps
In Inzell, you will sense just how beautiful life can be: hiking and enjoying a hearty bite to eat at a mountain hut, biking out to Frillensee, taking a dip in the natural swimming lake in Inzell, or savoring the invigorating refreshment of one of the local mountain streams or lakes. Inzell is where the Alps really "get started", making it one giant playground for everyone who loves the mountains. And who doesn't?!
If you prefer things a little on the quieter side in winter, Inzell is just right for you. Especially at the Kesselalm lifts in Inzell and the Pommern lift in Adlgass, families and beginners feel right at home getting in a spot of skiing. At the Max Aicher Arena, everything revolves around sports on ice. Ski tourers and snowshoers enjoy secluded tours across remoter terrain, winter hikers delight in more than 52 kilometers of maintained winter hiking paths, while cross-country skiers are able to push themselves to their physical limits on 80 kilometers of XC trails. Or, simply kick back and take it all in. Which is also a popular pastime in Inzell.
- Nearest supermarket: Edeka, Penny und Norma (ca. 1 km)
- Train station: Traunstein, ca. 17 km
- Bus stop: Inzell bus station, ca. 750 m
- Pistes: Kessellifte (ca. 3 km), Winklmoos - Steinplatte (ca. 25 km), Lofer (ca. 30 km), Heutal (ca. 20 km)
Free Chiemgau Card | Ruhpolding & Inzell
From September 1st, 2021, the Chiemgau Card | Ruhpolding & Inzell is included in your booking. The card combines all highlights of the region and guests benefit from numerous discounts, for example on mountain railways, ski lifts, museums, and much more.
In our reception building, you will find useful tips and information for your holiday in Chiemgau in the south of Germany. You can also download the free Inzell app on your smartphone for useful excursions tipps, hiking routes and relevant information about the region.
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Region - Inzell
Summer Holidays in Inzell in Chiemgau
Hiking, walking and theme paths
Whether hiking along the Hochstaufen, conquering the Kienberg-Streicher, a leisurely walk through the valley to Frillensee or a theme hike with your children: In Inzell and the surrounding countryside, you have a wide variety of hiking opportunities. During your summer holiday in Chiemgau, boredom is guaranteed never to be an issue. Families love to explore the moorland and forest theme paths, experiencing nature with all their senses. After completing the “calorie circuit”, you will definitely have earned a delicious snack at one of the nearby country inns. Mouthwatering specialties are also served by your hosts at mountain huts throughout the region.
E-biking, mountain biking and cycling
If you love to get on a bicycle and pedal off into the distance, Inzell is definitely the right choice for you. Road cyclists, E-bikers, mountain bikers and even racers discover a wide variety of exciting tours. A ride around Frillensee, for example, or up to a mountain hut where refreshments await. The energizing Rossfeld Tour for road cyclists takes you on an expedition of more than 130 km and even crosses the border into Austria.
Watery refreshment is especially welcome during those warmer days of summer, irresistible for big and small alike. Whether you prefer to reinvigorate your legs at one of the two Kneipp spas, savor the tranquility of one of the mountain lakes in the area or dive headfirst (from a 3 m diving platform) into the cooling waters of a natural swimming pond in Inzell, the choice is entirely up to you. And as previously mentioned, it is barely a 25-minute drive from your holiday home in Inzell to Lake Chiemsee. On those days when the weather isn’t quite as cooperative, the indoor pool in Inzell promises a much-needed change of pace.
Our excursion tips
Tip 1: Mountain Forest Adventure Path
Feel, hear, smell – the Inzell Mountain Forest Adventure Path literally stimulates all the senses. All outdoors fans, big and small, are certain to marvel. Together with your family, discover the beauty of nature as you head out to 20 different interactive information stations.
You will set off from Forsthaus Adlgass, from where the symbol of a fire salamander points the way. Following the Frillensee creek, you will get to know the mountain forest better and be motivated to experience the forest with all your senses: Breathe in the fresh air, listen to the vibrations of the Humming Stone and walk along the Barefoot Path on a surface of soft moss, tree bark and pebbles. Finally, after 1 1/2 to 2 hours, you will reach the Frillensee itself, where you will be rewarded with a magical view of the Staufen massif.
Tip 2: Ruhpolding Amusement Park
In the mood for more action? In that case, the Ruhpolding Amusement Park will be perfect for you and your family. The oldest amusement park in Bavaria, it has been captivating children, teens and adults alike for more than 50 years. No wonder, with its fabulous combination of fairytales, playful activities and fairground-style rides.
With over 60 attractions, Ruhpolding Amusement Park definitely has a lot to offer: from a boat slide and mountain rollercoaster to a slide paradise, the wild Dragon Ride and a ropes course. In other words, fun-filled hours spent with your whole family are guaranteed.
Tip 3: Chiemsee
Lake Chiemsee – the “Bavarian Sea” – is also well worth a visit. The biggest lake in Bavaria is surrounded by picturesque Alpine scenery and, with its numerous lakeshore bathing areas, represents an ideal opportunity to bask in the sunshine and splash around in water. However, Chiemsee is also the perfect location for an array of aquatic sports, including sailing, surfing, stand-up paddling and kayaking.
If you take the ferry, you can also visit the islands of Chiemsee year-round. The Herreninsel, with its magnificent castle, is an absolute highlight. It was constructed under King Ludwig II and is reminiscent of the Palace of Versailles in France. The Fraueninsel, for its part, is quite idyllic. Well worth a visit here is the Benedictine convent of Frauenwörth.
Tip 4: Salzburger Open-Air Museum
How about a journey back into the past? At the Salzburg Open-Air Museum, you can feel history in the air. 100 original buildings spanning six centuries were re-erected here with loving attention to every small detail. Whether farming, rural businesses, artisanal crafts or industry – the Open-Air Museum reflects life in Salzburger Land as it was in former times and provides fascinating insights into days that would otherwise be long forgotten.
Surrounded by rustic farmhouses, huts, old homes and mills, there is a lot to discover. Children, in particular, love taking a ride on the museum train and make the most of the sliding and climbing opportunities awaiting them at the adventure playground. We also suggest experiencing the natural Kneipp spa and taking a walk along the Butterfly Path.
Winter holidays in Chiemgau, Bavaria
Cross-country skiing, winter hiking and snowshoeing in Inzell
Cross-country ski trails for all tastes crisscross the countryside in and around Inzell. One particular highlight is the 35 km long "Chiemgau Team Trophy Course", which leads from Inzell to Ruhpolding and Reit im Winkl. For their part, families prefer the roughly 4 km long and relatively flat Filzenloipe. And if, even after nightfall, you still haven’t quite had your fill of cross-country skiing in Inzell, you will be able to take full advantage of the Night Trail at the campground, which is lit up three evenings a week. Winter hikers discover happiness of their own and an array of idyllic spots as they explore 52 km of cleared winter hiking paths.
Skiing and sledding in Inzell
No crowded slopes, ideal for beginners and families: Skiing in Inzell is pure enjoyment and perfectly suited for mastering those very first “snowplows” and downhill runs. The Kesselalm Lift in Inzell and the Pommernlift in Adlgass are both well known for their flat, wide pistes.
You can also zoom down the snow-covered slopes of Inzell by sled. Snow tubing is offered at the Kesselalm lifts, whilst you will likewise discover a 600 m long natural sled run in Adlgass.
Inzell is home to one of Europe’s most modern indoor speedskating venues, the Max Aicher Arena. The arena hosts international ice sports competitions, whilst the hockey rink is also open for public skating. Skates can be rented on site. Incidentally, once a week you can also participate in a guided tour behind the scenes of this most famous emblem of Inzell.
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