Nestled in the scenic mountains of Carinthian National Park Austria, the Valentines Chalets provide a mystical retreat for those in search of luxury. Built by the Prince of Liechtenstein, these fairytale chalets embrace all things magical. Complete with unique drawbridges, tree-houses and the world’s smallest restaurant, this resort offers the ultimate Austrian escape.
If someone asked you to imagine what a chalet looks like in the mountains, built for the prince, your mind would probably paint a luxurious house with dazzling crystal chandeliers, gilded interior elements, marble floors, velvet-covered furniture and the most expensive decor.
It is in this environment, in the opinion of the majority, that the monarch must stay in the breaks between skiing.
Nevertheless, Valentine Chalets in Austria, owned by the prince of Liechtenstein Alfred, does not fit this description at all.
In the heart of the Nock Mountains National Park, approx. 45 minutes’ drive from Klagenfurt, lies the “Almdorf Seinerzeit”. This holiday resort consists of around 50 luxury chalets and cabins in various designs. A limited number of these are now up for sale. They include the “Alpine Cabin” spanning some 70 square metres, on sale for 900,000 euros. In addition to the “Chalet Deluxe” with an interior of approx. Prince Alfred, Co-Founder of the International Peace Foundation, has played a decisive role in envisaging the concept behind this remote Alpine village.
Like hand-crafted stage sets, the Prince of Liechtenstein has built traditional features which exude Austrian history. Rustic baths, pokey fires and embroidered textiles fill the chalets’ spacious rooms. Every chalet is also eco-friendly. This therefore ensures that every fixture is carefully hand-crafted in wood. Furthermore, combined with interiors filled with precious idiosyncrasies, these chalets are a paradise impossible to forget.
The Valentines Chalets are fully managed by a 5* hotel service. Secondly, a personal host will greet owners and guest and will act as concierge throughout their stay. Services range from simply parking your car and delivering your luggage on arrival, to providing you with your own personal chef. Further luxury features include in-house wine cellars, private jacuzzis and multiple herbal saunas.
The chalet is really very nice and cozy, it has everything you need for a wonderful winter holiday, despite all its simplicity and even modesty by royal standards.
Now the property is put up for sale for 900,000 euros.