Trevor and Linda were so kind, they picked me up from the train station and also gave me a ride to my train when I was leaving. Lovely location and my hosts were very helpful with maps and ideas for day trips. Hope to have an opportunity to visit the region again! Stunning place!
A beautiful view on mountains; well equipped kitchen; quite locality; friendly owners who picked us up at the railway station; about 25 minutes of walking to city center; WiFi works without any problems
Great location in quiet area away from downtown center. Living area/small kitchen separate from bedroom and bathroom. Beautiful pastoral/mountain views from our apartment. Easy 15 min. walk into town via pedestrian walkway along the river. Owners Trevor & Linda were so kind and helpful! A great spot!
My husband and I spent 4 nights here in early June 2019 on the top floor. We had a lovely balcony with a beautiful view of the countryside. The apartment is updated and comfortable. We had a bedroom, bathroom and a living area/kitchen area with table. The hosts were lovely and gave us loads of information about Bad Ischl and surrounding towns. We enjoyed walking to town and loved Bad Ischl, but we found this a great location to head off to other towns from. Seeing we had been traveling for 2 weeks when we arrived, we had lots of dirty laundry. The hosts allowed us to use their laundry facility downstairs so when we left we left with clean clothes. We wish we had more time here.
We recently had an 8-night trip from Munich to Prague via Austria, of which 3 nights were spent at Haus Strutzenberger. From the moment I saw it on Expedia I was enchanted, I couldn't believe it when the TripAdvisor reviews turned out to be so favourable... And I couldn't believe it when I was standing in apartment 1 gazing out at the beautiful view before us. So you can guess this is a positive review! The house: is beautiful, traditional on the outside, spectacularly clean and cosy on the inside, has amazing views, comfy beds, a kitchen that has a fridge (with small freezer compartment), cooker (with built-in microwave), dishwasher, toaster, kettle... Also located in the cupboard was a bottle of cooking oil and a roll of aluminium foil which saved us going out and buying some! The hosts: Linda & Trevor are what really make it to be honest. They are omnipresent without actually being there (if that makes sense) - it was always a joy to see them and chat with them, and they were always there when we needed them, but it wasn't like they were always right outside our door or anything. They are truly passionate about the house, the area, and just about everything! They can help you with just about anything, and know a lot about the local history. Linda picked us up at the train station and then, when we were checked in on Saturday afternoon, she told us if we wanted to go to the supermarket we needed to hurry as the supermarkets aren't open on Sundays (I already knew that, it's the norm in Austria) but as Monday was a holiday they wouldn't be open then either - and then Linda very kindly drove us to the supermarket, pretty much all the way back the way we'd just come, and even lent us a huge bag to carry our shopping in. We would have been stuck without her help! When it came to checking out, Trevor drove us to the train station, even though we were leaving earlier than the check-out time. Honestly, we were shown such kindness. All in all, there is only one bad thing I have to say and that is that we ever had to leave! We had the most peaceful and relaxing time sitting on the balcony, drinking our wine from the supermarket, watching it grow dark. It was easily our favourite place to stay on our trip or, in fact, of any trip over the past few years. We loved it so much that now we want to go back to see it in the snow. …