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A warm welcome to the Haiböck spa and health farm in the Mühlviertel mountain herb culinary region.
Nestled in the middle of rolling hills, surrounded by woods, fragrant meadows and healthy herbs, the spa and health farm is embedded in the culinary region of "Mühlviertler Bergkräuter" (Mühlviertel mountain herbs) in the granite landscape of the Bohemian Massif. Enjoy relaxing, light-hearted days with your family in the cosy living room in the three-sided farmyard or in the rustic-modern holiday apartments previously used as the elder farmer's retirement house.
The Mühlviertel region is a wonderful place to go hiking, with numerous themed hiking trails. The so-called "Bergkräuterwanderweg" (mountain herbs hiking trail), which is 13 km long, runs right along the farm.
To make sure your relaxing stay is never boring, there are various activities you can do - regardless of the weather. There is also a kids programme. Smell, touch and taste the herb spiral next to the barefoot trail in the garden complex directly in front of the house.
- open countryside
- close to cross-country ski trail
- Cross-country ski run in 0.5 km
- Bus stop in 1 km
- Restaurant in 1.5 km
- Swimming pool in 2 km
- City Center in 2.5 km
- Lake / pond in 7 km
- Ski Lift in 9 km
- Station in 10 km
Spacious eat-in kitchen with wood ceiling and beautiful view.
Bedroom and children's room (cot and spare bed also available))
Entrance on the first floor.
Eat-in kitchen with rustic interior and open stone walls.
1 bedroom with a double bed and children's bed.
Shower, washbasin and WC in one room.
Vestibule with shoe and clothes rack. TV satellite system.
Own ground-level entrance.
- Pet Friendly
- Free parking
- includes breakfast
- Without food
- Welcome drink
- Transfer Trainstation
- Bicycle rentals
- Snow sports
- Guided walk
- Nordic Walking
- Riding Trails
- Dry Sauna
- Spa / wellness area
- Meadow flower
- Herbal baths
- melt butter
- Using the court
- Clothing Stall
- House Garden
- Garden / meadow
- Fresh Farm Produce
- Farm-gate sales
- Family Connection
- Tractor rides
- Children's play area
- Children welcome
- Child programs
- Bed and Breakfast
- Washing Machines
- Ground floor
- Bread service
- Tableware Available
- Linen provided
“A(n)trummeln”, in other words, eating a really good, filling meal, is something you can always expect to do in this region. The culinary opportunities stand side-by-side with a rich variety of culture and nature experiences.
In the northernmost part of this region, the Bohemian Forest offers numerous theme trails, including to unique rock formations, nestled almost mystically amid the countryside. The herb garden located in Klaffer am Hochficht casts light on the wide variety of plants, which continue to be used in folk remedies. Famous far and wide is so-called Mühlviertler Leinöl, an oil extracted from flaxseed, also appearing on your dining table in the form of Leinöl potatoes. The hilly Mühlviertler Alm boasts the largest proportion of organic farms in Upper Austria, having also created quite a stir for itself by being selected as a Genussregion for its geese. In the Lower Mühlviertel, we still find the so-called Steinbloss style of building, the term applied to the natural stone walls used in construction of the region’s typical three-sided farms. The buildings are characterized by unplastered granite stonework with light-and-dark marbling – especially beautiful examples of such buildings can be seen in Ottenschlag. In the Mühlviertler Kernland region, we not only find numerous smaller museums with a rural theme, but also the city of Freistadt, famous for its brewing and cultural opportunities. The verre églomisé museum in Sandl is always worth a detour, focusing on a unique form of folk art that is famous far beyond the country’s borders. Mühlviertel Nature Park scores major points with visitors, not only due to its wide selection of fascinating tours, but also Grossdöllnerhof Museum and the Nature Park Center – the three- and four-sided farm buildings are very typical of the Mühlviertel, reflecting the traditional building techniques used by this region’s farmers.
The farm in "open stone style" typical of the Mühlviertel region is 10 km to the west of Freistadt, about 760 m above sea level. It is characterised by its beautiful and very quiet location.
The farm is mentioned for the first time as being owned by the Sewrl family.
From about 1630
The Haiböck family appears as the owners for the first time.
The existing "servants' house" (Tischberg no. 11) is rebuilt for "farm holidays".
The holiday home is renovated on a large scale and completely modernised.
The garden of the holiday home and the new sauna barn are built.
Today about 35 hectares of fields and meadows as well as 11 hectares of woods are farmed. Cows, pigs, chicken, geese and cats are kept on the farm.
Holiday apartment MELISSE (apartement for 1 - 4 people)Price: From € 58,00 per night with no meals
Price: From € 65,00 per night inclusive full breakfast
Holiday apartment MARGARITE (apartement for 1 - 2 people)Price: From € 42,00 per night with no meals
Price: From € 49,00 per night inclusive full breakfast
Holiday apartment LAVENDL (apartement for 1 - 2 people)Price: From € 52,00 per night with no meals
Price: From € 59,00 per night inclusive full breakfast
Cheese, bread, herb juices, jam, yoghurt, schnapps
When booking your holiday apartment, book a delicious farmer's breakfast made from the farm's own home-grown products (EUR 6 per person).