How it was ...
In the 1980s, Carinthian builder Robert Rogner had the wonderful idea of creating a holiday village in one of the most beautiful places in the sunny Nock Mountains. Not just any village, but one that should feel as if it had been there forever – sprung up out of the ground, so to speak. He purchased timber from over 600 rustic farmhouses in order to build the 44 Kirchleitn holiday homes according to old, authentic blueprints.
The somewhat dilapidated old village was bought by the Schneeweiss family from St Oswald and completely renovated in a thorough, quality project that carefully preserved the genuine authenticity of the village. Preserved, but not old-fashioned! For exciting, colourful family holidays of today rooted in the wild power of Kirchleitn.