Apartments in Carinthia

Explore traditional architecture

The beams of the homes you will stay in at the Kirchleitn holiday village exude the history of 400 years of rural traditional. Builder Robert Rogner asked the region’s milkmen to ask the dairy farms about older homes, stables, etc. From this beautiful and strong wood, he created Kirchleitn using the local design of Carinthia’s Nock Mountain farmhouses.

In your holiday accommodation, you will always feel it when the wood creaks, when it settles, and quietly tells you stories from the past, from tomorrow - wherein the past means one, two hundred years ago! Guests young and old will live in an incomparable, rustic and traditional atmosphere as if you were visiting beloved friends or family.

Plus the fact that houses were recently renovated and have been brought up-to-date, that the facilities leave no wish unfulfilled, with contemporary comfort and tastefully integrated high-tech features… that won’t bother you, right?

If you already know your preferred date, please do not hestitate to check if its available!

Apartments in the KLEINWILD village

NockLuxus GIPFEL
in the KLEINWILD village

70 m² for Pers.


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NockRanger GIPFEL
in the KLEINWILD village

55 m² for Pers.


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NockFamilie GIPFEL
in the KLEINWILD village

55 m² for Pers.


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NockBerge GIPFEL
in the KLEINWILD village

35 m² for Pers.


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Apartments in the GROSSWILD village

NockLuxus GIPFEL
in the GROSSWILD village

70 m² for Pers.


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NockBerge GIPFEL
in the GROSSWILD village

35 m² for Pers.


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NockNatur GIPFEL
in the GROSSWILD village

55 m² for Pers.


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NockBerge TAL
in the GROSSWILD village

35 m² for Pers.


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NockNatur TAL
in the GROSSWILD village

55 m² for Pers.


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