Let’s be honest: if you’re taking a trip to Bavaria, the chances are you’re dreaming of a spoiling mountain hut made of wood - with a fireplace and cosy bedrooms - that offers a chance for you to completely wind down while also being perfectly located to explore. Happily, The Wooden House offers this and more.
Once the family home of Pamela and Michael, this stunning wooden house beautifully combines minimalist design with bare wood: think mountain hut meets modern loft. As soon as you enter the space, your mind begins to slow down. It’s proven that nature - especially trees - are good for our bodies, and after a stay at The Wooden House, you’ll feel the restorative effects first hand. Modern design pieces are carefully positioned through the bright space, and the house’s sustainable architecture is a marvel, having been built without glue. If you can tear yourself away from the house, you’ll find yourself positioned to explore both Munich and Bavaria’s incredible Alps, but that’s a big if!
Introducing Pamela and Michael!
“This is our former family home that we built ourselves, and now we want others to enjoy the house and surroundings that brought us so much joy.”
“The house has a beautiful calming energy thanks to the natural materials, and we love using our time in the house to relax and reconnect with ourselves and each other.”
Pamela and Michael’s insider tips
The Wooden House is located in Anzing, Bavaria.
You can easily drive, and there’s onsite parking.
You can get public transport to S-Bahn Poing (trains from Munich), then take the bus to Anzing, alternatively take the 9410 bus directly from Ostbahnhof (Munich) to Tankstelle Anzing.