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Schöneben Chalet zur Mühle


At the Chalet Zur Mühle, it's easy to get into the holiday spirit and let yourself completely relax and unwind. The home is part of the Schöneben holiday village in the pleasant village of Wald im Pinzgau. This is a family holiday park where fun and tranquility are paramount. A beautiful stream ripples past the chalet, while the south-facing terrace offers a magnificent view of the valley and its picturesque farms which pepper the landscape. This is an attractive chalet which is tastefully decorated and furnished, with 10 beds, for maximum 8 adults. The additional 2 sleeping places are suitable for smaller children. The living room boasts an impressive open fireplace and is adjacent to a well-equipped kitchen with a typical Austrian dining area. The spacious terrace is also accessible from the living room. Sleeping quarters are divided across four bedrooms, three of which have double beds. The fourth bedroom features a double bed plus a set of bunk beds. After a busy day spent enjoying the Austrian outdoors, there""s nothing better than relaxing in your own luxurious Finnish sauna, or unwinding in a wonderful warm bath. And do you love swimming? Then you can enjoy free entry to the nearby Kristall swimming spool for the duration of your stay.

In winter, enjoy a crackling fire in the open fireplace while you sit on the couch with your family and friends chatting about the winter sports adventures you have experienced that day. You may perhaps have visited the Zillertal Arena – a large ski complex – or the Wildkogel Arena, which is a family ski area. Both ski venues are easily accessible from the chalet by car or using the free ski bus service. Besides skiing and snowboarding, there are many more winter activities to experience. For example, you could ride a sled down Europe""s longest natural toboggan run (14 kilometres). Or you could take part in a magical torch-lit walk which starts in the village of Krimml and ends at the famous Krimmler waterfalls.

In summer, you can begin your day with an unforgettable view of the Pinzgau valley from the terrace while enjoying a cup of tea or coffee. After a hearty breakfast, you could then explore the beautiful natural landscape following one of the many mapped hiking trails or cycle routes. Or else you could board the iconic Pinzgauer Lokalbahn railway to visit some of the surrounding villages. For children, there are playgrounds and swimming lakes everywhere, while real adrenaline junkies can go down to the outdoor activity centre and, for example, sign up to take part in a guided mountain climbing expedition!


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Price structure (based on 2 persons)

Included in the price

  • VAT
  • Booking fee € 50,00
  • Contribution SGR € 10,00
  • Firewood
  • Use of sauna
  • Accommodation damage insurance
  • Beds are already made when you arrive
  • Free Internet
  • Water and electricity
  • Bed linen & towels: p.p. € 23,50 *
  • Final cleaning service: € 225,00 *
  • Tourist tax p.p.p.n. *
    - Adults: € 2.00 *
    - Children: € 0.10 *
* Subject to changes'

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Layout and facilities


115m² (377 square metres)
Living room with sitting area
Kitchen with dining area
3 bedrooms with double beds
1 bedroom with double bed and bunk bed
Bathroom with bath, sink and toilet
Bathroom with sauna, shower and sink
Separate toilet
Ski storage shed
South-facing balcony/terrace

Additional information

  • Beds are made
  • Free use of Firewood
  • Free access to the indoor Kristall swimming pool
  • Pets are not allowed
  • Smoking is not allowed

Registration number


Rented out by home owner


Amenities & Extras:

  • Internet (Free Wi-Fi)
  • Free swimming pool Kristallbad access
  • Ski bus at max. 500 metres
  • Ski school is nearby
  • Sauna
  • Ironing board
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble dryer
  • Dishwasher
  • Coffee filter machine
  • Nespresso coffee machine
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Electric kettle
  • (Ski) storage room
  • Ski boot dryer
  • Garden furniture
  • Hairdryer(s)
  • 1 TV
  • Sonos System
  • Total of 2 parking spaces
  • of which 2 are covered parking spaces


The assessments on this page are from ChaletsPlus customers, and reflect their experiences during their stay in this holiday home.


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Ski resort

Zillertal Arena

Heights ski resort

2500 m
580 m

Slopes (150 km)

50 km
88 km
12 km


200 km

Ski lifts


Wildkogel Arena

Heights ski resort

2150 m
819 m

Slopes (75 km)

35 km
30 km
10 km


200 km

Ski lifts



Village: Wald Im Pinzgau

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Plenty of snow and the perfect place to relax

Wald im Pinzgau is located in Oberpinzgau at the foot of the Gerlos Pass on the border between Salzburg and Tyrol, sitting at an altitude of approximately 900 metres. Wald is a pretty little village with a cosy atmosphere that forms a community together with Königsleiten. From December to the end of April you can enjoy sun and snow here. You’ll be glad to know we offer plenty of properties for guests to stay during their holidays here, with around 60 chalet apartments and houses to pick from!
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Enjoy a spectacular summer holiday in Wald im Pinzgau

At the foot of the Gerlos Pass you’ll find the charming Austrian town of Wald im Pinzgau. This quaint village lies at an altitude of around 900 metres, sitting on the border between Salzburgerland and Tyrol. One of the most prominent features of this village is the stream that runs through its centre, which has long served as the lifeblood of this historic Austrian destination. Today, Wald im Pinzgau is an idyllic holiday destination with shops, restaurants and activities aplenty. Thanks to its mountainous location, there’s plenty in the way of natural attractions, with more than enough ground to cover for hiking enthusiasts. A summer holiday in Wald im Pinzgau is not complete without a visit to the local swimming pool, while there’s plenty of outings on offer to keep every visitor occupied for the duration of their stay. Whatever you want to do during your stay in Austria, you can when you make Wald im Pinzgau your base.
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