The British Empire in a romantic Alpine Valley

In 1915, a British noblewoman by the name of Mary Isabel Portman, an outstanding violinist, had a Country House built in Arts & Crafts style on a bright alpine meadow, with an unobstructed view of the Zugspitze, the highest peak in Germany.

The desires and dreams of Lady Portman are still alive today. The new wing recently added to the garden and the spacious pool house provide a perfect get-away, where guests can relax and regain their balance; and they will surely enjoy the added privacy provided by the Torhaus and Baumhaus, the first reinterpreted in a historical sense, the other light and close to the treetops.

Fresh air, open views, pure spring water, local produce and a philosophy geared towards environmental sustainability: Lady Portman would be delighted to see what has become of the property and would no doubt decide to settle down in her romantic Alpine Valley.

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Hotel Das Kranzbach : The British Empire in a romantic Alpine Valley - Idyllic Places
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