It has been closed for several years, but the rustic Ofenstub’n at the valley station of the Burgstallofen cable car on Koralpe has reopened from today. Ramona Pinter (47) from Salzburg is the new tenant. The house in Salzburg was sold because she and her husband Markus chose Koralpe as their new home due to their love of mountains.
“I will run Ofenstub’n all year round,” says the mother of two grown children. In addition to snacks, the trained cook and waiter will also serve Pofesen, a sweet dish with jam, well known in Salzburg. “There will also be Bosnia with onion and curry. “We were known for serving the best Bosnian at the Christmas market in Salzburg,” says the restaurateur proudly. During the winter season, the club will be open every day from 9 am; In the off-season, Tuesdays and Wednesdays will be rest days. Activities can also be booked after consulting the lodge on 0650/396 08 85.
Three holiday homes built
“We really liked it here, so we built three holiday houses in Koralpe, so holidaymakers can also see the beauty of nature,” says Ramona Pinter, who estimates the investment volume in three wooden holiday houses at 1.5 million euros. . Holiday homes, which have a sauna and can accommodate up to 6 people, have been offered for sale online since the beginning of September. www.unicorn-village.at get hired. “The holiday homes are located about a kilometer below Waldrast,” says Pinter, who is a trained mountain hiking guide and wants to offer snowshoe walks in Koralpe in the future.
three holiday homes
© KK/Unicorn Village
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