From dream to vision
Reinhard Kittenberger is creating a new vacation experience in Schiltern near Langenlois (Lower Austria). On approx. 30.000 m² he invests 7 million euros and creates a 3.400 m² natural bathing pond, 20 garden chalets and a paradisiacal overall concept.
For a long time now, Reinhard Kittenberger has dreamed of making his very personal attitude to life even more tangible for his guests. "EXPERIENCING the garden," he emphasizes again and again, "is for me the greatest happiness one can feel. In harmony with nature with a lot of respect for and in front of each other." With the planting of the first tree on its 30.000 m ² large Gartenchaletproject property, which lies idyllisch at the back of the Schilterner Laabergs with fantastischer far view, it fulfills itself thus a long-cherished desire and rings the official building phase in. In the construction of the garden chalets he relies - as in his adventure gardens - on ecological and as natural as possible materials and processes - wood, natural lime, greened roofs and walls play a major role here.
The living experience plays the main role for Reinhard Kittenberger in this project. Four different living types, from the vineyard house to the spacious country house, invite you to a very special vacation experience. True to the motto "What the garden exhales, we inhale", the focus is on the intertwining of man with nature. The highlight of each accommodation unit is the private, thematically designed garden. Whether the guest wants to do it himself in the vegetable garden, spend the evening at the crackling campfire of the own fireplace or he wants to come to rest completely in a garden designed according to Feng Shui. Nature is to be tasted, smelled, nibbled, touched, designed, experienced and perceived.
The center of the complex is the large natural bathing pond, which can be accessed separately from each garden and which, with its closed ecosystem, provides wonderful refreshment in a natural way and at the same time is a wonderful habitat for dragonflies, butterflies and other beneficial insects.