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Camp Fernsteinsee

Listed under Camps & Campsites in Tyrol, Austria.

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This campsite is on the grounds of Schloss Fernsteinsee, built by none other than the Bavarian King and famed fairytale castle builder, King Ludwig II, and now a four star hotel. Because the 125 sheltered and secluded camping pitches are part of the hotel, the facilities are far above average - so it's a five star campsite, if you pay for the hotel extras, if not you still get use of the shop, cafe and free dessert in the restaurant restaurant.

Ludwig built here to be near the fairytale mirror lake, set in front of the Tyrolean Mountains, and as well walking, climbing, canyoning and exploring the lake and mountains, this is a region for strolling round pretty market towns.

Written by  Andy Kinght.

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