The story behind the chalet
The house was built in the 1930s by the nephew of the famous Count 'von Zeppelin'. In 1942, Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin gave the property to his only daughter, Erika-Sonja Julie Armand Luise Countess von Zeppelin. She commuted between Friedrichshafen and Zell am See and lived in the house mainly during the summer months. After her death, Dagmar & Georg Hörl acquired the property and modernised it in the following years without destroying the unmistakable Alpine style.
A chalet at the lake
leaves no wishes unfulfilled
Completed in 2022, the cosy Seehaus Zeppelin offers a perfect retreat for the chilly season. Here you can warm yourself in front of the open fireplace after an extensive hike or ski tour. The very brave can refresh themselves by jumping into the cold water of Lake Zell or treat themselves to some time out in the bathtub.
in your cozy hideaway
- High-end kitchen with refrigerator, large freezer, double sink, cooker, oven, microwave, dishwasher and fully automatic coffee machine.
- Open-plan living and dining area with large dining table, open fireplace, cosy corner, full-HD TV and music box
- Spacious anteroom with wardrobe and storage space for e.g. bikes, ski equipment, etc.
- Large terrace and private garden with sunbathing area and direct lake access
- Bathroom with bathtub, shower, double washbasin, hairdryer, towels and bathing robes
- Large bedroom with box-spring bed, built-in wardrobe and panoramic window with view of the lake and mountains
- Reserved parking space directly in front of the chalet
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for your stay
You can book the Seehaus Zeppelin from mid-September to mid-May. The two-storty holiday chalet is designed for 2 people. Dogs and other pets are not allowed. The minimum stay is two nights. Send us a booking inquiry via our form and we will send you an offer as soon as possible.
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