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... time out at the turn of the century
Lakeside villa

The Villa Martiny, built in 1904 on Seeallee, and the property on the lake, where the refugium am see was created, have been in the family of the hostess for four generations.


Mr. Ottomar Maschner, manufacturer in Vienna, and great-great-grandfather of today's owner Nina Martiny, bought what was then Villa Granitzer in Seeallee in 1918. A year later, in 1919, he also bought the lake property, all in anticipation that an economic crisis was imminent. He himself died only 2 years later in 1921, but his legacy lives on to this day.


... Holiday apartment in the Villa Martiny Badestrand

Enjoy your hearty breakfast on the east-facing veranda of Villa Martiny in the morning sun. before going to your own 3000 m2 bathing beach at the lake. Round off your day here on warm summer evenings with a good glass of wine.

If it's too uncomfortable outside, snuggle up on the couch in the cozy living room and let your thoughts wander or chat comfortably with your loved ones.

The kitchen of Villa Martiny includes everything you need in everyday life. Dining table, kitchenette with stove, oven, dishwasher, sink, fridge with small freezer. 

All kitchen utensils are available and should something be missing, your landlady can certainly help out! The Villa Martiny holiday apartment has a large bedroom with a double bed (interconnecting room) and a smaller bedroom with flexible bed allocation - depending on requirements, there can be 2 single beds (90x200) or a double bed (180x200). On request, I would be happy to make my office with a sofa bed (80x200) available for an additional person. The bathroom has a shower and toilet. fitted.

How many pax?

from €145 per night

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