Schloss Haindorf

Krumpockallee 21, Langenlois, Lower Austria, 3550, Austria | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Langenlois

Weissenkirchen & Melk

A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Aug 08, 2014

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... on the bikes for a chance to ride on the famous Danube bike path, which goes from here to Vienna, and beyond. We rode through five different villages, and our favorite village was St. Michael, with its unique and well preserved ancient church, dating from 800 AD.
We also stopped in the town of Gossbein for a whisky and liqueur tasting at a really unique little shop. We bought some of the whisky, which was excellent, as ...

After the rain

A travel blog entry by vincent.michon on Aug 01, 2014

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... Melk, enjoying the sunshine coming back. Bliss. We joined in Melk, and apparently the French couple didn't make it either because they stopped in one of the many gardens with terrace, luring cyclotourists away from the track and onto their comfy chairs, offering them local schnapps and beer... We had a quick snack in Melk, enjoying the view on the abbey, and off we went for the last 40km of this day. The scenery changed for the better, and apricot fields, vineyards, ...

Owner's murder set off the great unpleasantness!

A travel blog entry by erylevans on Jul 23, 2014

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... to a vineyard which had 'open house' this week. Apparently they are allocated one week each quarter to open up a wine cellar in their yrds , for Snacks and sampling this year's produce! the place was packed, but we squeezed in at the end of a Long table, and set to to sample away. At 2 Euro per large glass, it was a good evening. I had a muscatelle, a neuchatel and a sparkling rose before finishing with a Riesling! As for the Snack platter, the photos say it all!

Days 4&5: Austria

A travel blog entry by dilushani on Feb 15, 2014

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... of things. She talked to me about Austrian- or Österreich's (as Austria is called in Austria) history, language, geography, which parts of Austria were lost after the wars.. It was absolutely lovely speaking with her over the weekend. Her English was very good, and at times her errors in pronunciation were the cutest sounding. Andi's father, Charlie, doesn't speak English but it was still nice to speak to him either with or without Andi's help of ...

Tour to Melk

A travel blog entry by lagreer00 on Sep 18, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

As we traveled along the river during the night, we passed Gottweig where a Benedictine abbey is perched on a 1200 foot mountain top. Krems, which marks the end of the Wachau Valley. Steeply terraced vineyards greeted as we were sleeping. Durnstein, which is dominated by ruins of Kuenringerburg Castle where King Ric*************-Heart was imprisoned. Weissenkirchen, which is a most attractive wine growing village. ...


This 4 star hotel, located on Krumpockallee 21, Langenlois, is near Matthausen and Ursin Haus.
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