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Landgasthof Schlossblick Star Rating 3        
Embach 1

Dating from 1959, this relaxed family-run hotel with mountain views lies 10 km from Stimmersee Lake and 21 km from Itter Castle.Featuring pine wood accents, the cozy, bright rooms and apartments have flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and seating areas, as well as balconies. The 2-bedroom apartments add living rooms, dining rooms and kitchenettes.
Hotel Baumgarten Star Rating 3        
Baumgarten 22

Set in a chalet-style building in the Kitzbühel Alps, this charming hotel is 5 km from Wörgl train station and 13 km from Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser.Plain, country-style rooms offer free Wi-Fi and satellite TV; some include sofas and most feature balconies. Family rooms comprise 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Holiday Home Forellenhof Angerberg I        
Embach 4

Holiday Home Forellenhof Angerberg I is situated in Angerberg and is close to the area's tourist attractions.The vacation rental offers a comfortable lodging, designed to accommodate the needs of any traveller.Those with a car can visit Soll and Ellmau, both within a 30-minute drive of the vacation rental.
Haus am See Angerberg        
Embach 71

Haus am See Angerberg is situated in Angerberg and is close to the area's popular attractions.The hotel offers a comfortable room, equipped to suit the requirements of any traveller.Those travelling by car can visit Soll and Ellmau, both within easy driving distance of the hotel.
Holiday Home Riedhof Angerberg        
Achleit 89

Angerberg is situated 4.3 miles. north-west of Wörgl.
Strass 19

Boasting a sauna, Blasihof is located in Angerberg and provides traditional accommodation. It is ideally positioned for guests wanting to sightsee in the area.The bed & breakfast has 8 en suite rooms with an in-room closet and heating.
More on Angerberg .
Angerberg is a municipality in the Kufstein district of Austria. It is located 2.7 kilometres north of Wörgl and 14 kilometres southwest of Kufstein. The village was mentioned for the first time in documents in 1190.