Feel Alive and Reconnect with Nature
Sustainable and Genuine
For farmers, nature is not “something far away, in the great outdoors”. Farmers consider themselves as part of nature. The elements are inevitably shaping their livelihood. For them, nature is a great gift. It goes without saying that one has to accept its laws and limits. Let’s take rain, for example. Sometimes (and especially for guests), rain is inconvenient, perhaps annoying. Too much of it can even destroy the harvest. But most of the time, it’s a great joy for farmers to see the rain coming. After all, water is vital to all life on Earth. And it’s the same with sun or snow. Farmers know one important thing: You need to accept all facets of nature in order to comprehend its glory.
Camping on the Farm in Burgenland
Can it get any better than feeling free as a bird? You might say no. But campers are of a different opinion. For them, their mode of travelling is the ultimate freedom. In fact, camping is more than just a type of holiday. It’s a philosophy of life.
Campers love the easygoing side of it. Everything you need is travelling with you - from the kitchen to the comfortable bed you’re used to. Camping offers you the flexibility to travel at your own pace and by your own rules, to take it easy and spend a nice time together.
Campers care a lot about nature. Whether you’re staying on the lakeshore or on the edge of a forest - listen to the sounds of nature at night, wake up to the country and feel alive!
As You Like It
Everything that you’re looking for during a camping holiday is already there on a farm. That’s why a camping and a farm holiday is the perfect match. Camping on the farm or in the vineyard, surrounded by nature, that’s as sustainable as it can possibly get during a holiday.
Enjoy everything that makes a farm holiday so great! Collect the eggs for breakfast in the henhouse and sample natural, locally grown delicacies. There’s no other place where the food is as fresh as on the farm. Take part in the daily tasks on the farm and make friends with the animals. Get to know what it’s like to live in harmony with nature and the seasons. That makes for an authentic travel experience.
Plus, you can feel free as a bird. Continue your trip after a few days or stay a bit longer. As you like it.
Dogs Are Welcome
Do you know that feeling? Shortly before arriving at your holiday destination, you’re getting excited. The kids have woken up and you’re looking around, trying to catch the first sight of the farm you’ll be staying in. Look at your dog! You can tell by his smile that nobody’s as excited as he is.
Yes, dogs can smile! He’s grinning and wagging its tail. Your buddy can’t wait to see his four-pawed friends from the farm again! Dogs are welcome - that means that, on the farm, you’ll find more than a simple bowl in the room. On farms that meet these special criteria, your four-pawed family member is not only accepted but very welcome.
Quality & Trust
Freedom and exercise
Walk your dog in a natural paradise
Relax and discover
See the world through different eyes
Spend a Nice Time Together
Those who live with a pet pal know it: Dogs are part of the family. As with all the other family members, also their needs and interests have an influence on holiday plans.
Who would actually like to spend the most delightful time of the year without the best friend? After all, there’s a huge range of wonderful moments to enjoy together. In particular, if you’re staying on a farm. But don’t forget to inform yourself about the etiquette rules early enough.
How can your dog become a part of the animal family on the farm without conflicts? Your hosts will be happy to share some advice. They will also tell you what to do and what not to do on the alpine pastures where cattle grazes. Please respect nature and follow the basic rules when you’re spending time in the forest, on the lakeshores and alpine pastures.
Inform yourself about the rules before you head out into the great outdoors. Nature says thank you!