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All-round carefree packages
Individually arranged and organised for groups. Feel free to ask us about this when you make your booking!
|Bed in shared room per night
|Extra bed/baby cot per night
|see prices below
|Bed linen for hire
|for a small fee
|Tourist tax per night
We also offer various catering options for our groups.
From each of the six beds in the Herzogstand room, you have a view of the mountain of the same name either in the distance or very close to the hostel’s large terrace and sunbathing lawn. Of course, there is a lockable cupboard per person and a comfortable seat in the room.
Through the two large windows in the Heimgarten room, a lot of light falls on the total of six beds all day long. If you can’t bear to stay indoors with the beautiful view, you can quickly reach the terrace and sunbathing lawn, which is also at ground level. This is a mixed-gender shared room for single travellers. This means that bed occupancy is possible here.
Caregivers and teachers take note: The Sonnenspitz room is your retreat after a busy day on the water and on the mountain. Equipped with two beds, a desk and your own toilet, you can either relax here or prepare for the next day.
Our largest room at Berg Blick perhaps also has the grandest view: Eight adventurers can find space in the beds in the Jochberg room – and on the balcony, which stretches across the entire width of the room. Cosy furniture inside and outside included.
Three single beds and a loft bed make room for a total of five people in the cosy raven’s head room on the first floor. So that your view can roam far enough, the room has a large, flower-adorned south-facing balcony directly towards the mountains.
The ideal nest for carers, teachers or anyone who likes to sleep alone. And if you do want company overnight, there is a comfortable pull-out bed. In addition, you will find lockable cupboards and a desk with seating in the martini head room.
If you don’t want to miss out on the closeness of your partner or your children when sleeping, then the Walchensee room is just the right place for you. There are two double loft beds, a single bed with an additional pull-out bed and a sofa bed. Also included: a private balcony and a skylight to count stars.
A total of six people can sleep in two loft beds and one single bed with a pull-out bed in the Kochelsee room. And if you don’t want to sleep, you can take a seat on the rustic corner bench in the adjoining parlour, chat, play cards, tell stories…
Mia san’s Team
Denise brings a lot of experience, passion and a breath of fresh air to the hostel at Kochelsee. As a local and sports enthusiast, Denise knows the area very well and is always on hand to answer any questions you may have.
Denise Bissinger has a strong and experienced team behind her.