Between the Danube and the largest wooded mountain range in Europe, Brotjacklriegel mountain rises up to 1,016 metres above sea level. Here, the Bavarian Forest shows a very special side of itself: sparse mixed forests, vast fields and meadows. The gently sloping mountainsides are ideal for hiking. Around the summit you will find numerous small villages that offer a far-reaching view over the Danube plain all the way to the Alps. The surrounding lakes invite you to go boating or swimming. The house is located in Schöfweg, part of the Langfurth district. The holiday home is situated on a approx. 800 square metres of land (950 m above sea level) with a large sunbathing and playing field along with garden furniture and loungers. The house has a cosy terrace where you can enjoy the marvellous view of the valley while spending evenings together. The detached home lies quietly on a slope. A balcony with gallery is also available. Among the excursion options in the region are Passau, Regensburg or the neighbouring Czech Republic. A special feature of the holiday home: The bunk bed is only 1.70 metres long.