B&B - Hotel Larcherhof. The Hotel Larcherhof lies in Hollenzen (just outside the entrance to Mayrhofen, Zillertal). The hotel is surrounded by the fields and pastures of their farm.
You'll enjoy a breakfast laden with products from their own farm including fresh whole milk, butter, bacon, sausage, full-flavoured cheeses or home-made yoghurt - everything tastes naturally fresh and better. With a bus stop right outside the door you can be in the centre on Mayrhofen or the lift station in under 5 minutes.
Hotel Larcherhof Address - Family Eberharter - Hollenzen 88 - A - 6290 Mayrhofen
Tel: +43 5285 62788.
Most people will arrive at the central railway station in Mayrhofen (Bahnhof). From there you should wait for the Line D Bus (Purple line) travelling to Ahornbahn / Penkenbahn / Horbergbahn. You walk over the road outside the station and catch the bus that is heading out of town. You will need to get off at Larcherhof. It has its own bus stop. The buses generally run every 20 minutes and are free. Larcherhof is a request stop. A cab can be taken from the station for approx €7. The accommodation has underground parking if required.
Mayrhofen is located 32 kilometres south of Jenbach, nestling at the end of the Ziller Valley and is the 3rd largest community in Tyrol. The town benefits from being surrounded by nine other resorts, the most commonly known is the Hintertuxer Glacier. The resort is close to several airports, the nearest being Innsbruck. The other airports are Salzberg and Munich. Distance to Innsbruck Airport: 75km. Distance to Salzburg Airport: 170km. Distance to Munich Airport: 197km. Salzburg airport can be cheaper than Innsbruck.
There are 3 local airports. Innsbruck, Salzberg and Munich. There are a number of airlines available. We recommend afternoon flight from the UK to allow for the easiest transfer to the resort especially for Innsbruck as sometimes there is fog in the valley.
We recommend travelling via Euro Tunnel. The drive is approx 11 hours from Calais. You can save approx 2.5 hours on your journey by travelling via the Euro Tunnel compared to ferries. With the European time difference when travelling to Europe we recommend a one night stop over in Germany to ease the amount of time spent driving. Ibis hotels are very reasonably priced. When travelling to Austria snowchains are compulsory between Nov 1st and 15th April in snow, mud or ice. You may also be required to buy a “vignet” (it’s the roadtax). You can buy a vignet at the gas stations near the border. This has not been required for previous journeys, but you never know. It covers driving on the major motorways and costs around €8 for a 10 day pass.
By Train from Innsbruck to Mayrhofen
Innsbruck bus route F runs from immediately in front of the airport terminal to the Innsbruck Hbf [main train station] every 15 minutes, travel time about 17 minutes and costs around €3. www.ivb.at. Click on “fahrplan”: enter von “flughafen” nach “hauptbahnhof” then Enter From the Innsbruck Hbf you can take train(s) to Mayrhofen.
You can book your journey through www.oebb.at. Change trains in Jenbach, total travel time about 1h 35m and costs approx €15. You get on the red Zillertal-bahn to complete the journey. You can also book your travel from Salzburg airport via the oebb web site. The train to Mayrhofen is €12 euros from Innsbruck.
By Train from Munich to Mayrhofen
Please check the cost of train travel from Munich. It can be up to €80. You can buy your tickets within the central shopping area, to the right outside the terminal. You should then head to the underground (sbahn), platform 2 (Gleis), line 8 Munich East (Oest). The journey will take approx 40 mins. When you reach the station buy a ticket to Mayrhofen, via Jenbach. (The final destination of this train will be Innsbruck or Milan). When you reach Jenbach, change trains. Get on the red Zillertal-bahn. (There's a separate platform for this service). The train will leave every 40 minutes. The journey time is approx 1 hour. Mayrhofen is at the end of the line.
By Train from Salzburg
Take the number 2 bus from the airport to the main train station. It should take approximately 20 minutes. You can then get a train directly to Jenbach. That will take approximately 1.5 hours. From Jenbach you change over and catch the final train red Zillertal-bahn to Mayrhofen that will take approximately 50 minutes. You can book your journey through - www.oebb.at. Total cost will be approximately €80 return.
By Train from Mayrhofen to Innsbruck Airport
The first train from Mayrhofen Bahnhof is around 05.46am. It will take you to Jenbach. They leave around every 40 minutes. At Jenbach you change to head to Innsbruck Bahanhof. Typically this is from platform 2. The train from Jenbach to Innsbruck leaves every 40 minutes. A fast train will take around 15 minutes. A ticket to Innsbruck will cost approx €15. You can buy a ticket from Jenbach to Innsbruck on the platform if you happen to not be asked for a ticket from Mayrhofen to Jenbach.
At Innsbruck you head outside and look for bus station 'C'. You then look for bus 'F' that heads towards Flughafen (airport). You can buy a bus ticket at the bus stop. It is approx €3. There is one every 15 minutes. Travel time about 17 minutes. The airport is the last stop.
Les Deux Alpes is situated 70km from Grenoble town centre (approx 1.15 hour drive), 177km from Lyon airport (approx 2 hour drive).
Landgraaf SnowWorld is located 3 hours drive from Calais/Dunkirk (approx 3 hours drive). The hotel has large parking facilities if you decide to drive.
Snowworld is 100 kilometer radius of four airports. Cologne-Bonn Airport (approx 1 hour drive) from Gatwick and Heathrow. Eindhoven Airport (approx 1.15 hours drive) from Dublin, Stanstead, London City. Liège Airport and Maastricht-Aachen Airport (no UK departures).
From Maastricht Follow the Heerlen-Maastricht motorway A79 and take the exit N281 direction Heerlen. Take the exit Kerkrade-West and turn right. Hold on to your left and pass three traffic lights. Go right at the roundabout and right again at the next roundabout. Follow the road and you will arrive at SnowWorld.
From Eindhoven / Belgium Take the A76 Aachen / Heerlen (E314) and follow the N281 to Ten Esschen Voerendaal / Heerlen. Take the exit Kerkrade-West and turn right. Hold on to your left and pass three traffic lights. Go right at the roundabout and right again at the next roundabout. Follow the road and you will arrive at SnowWorld.
From Aachen Take the highway to Heerlen and drive cross the border. Follow the signs in the Netherlands Heerlen / Kerkrade. Stay on this road (N281) and take the exit Kerkrade-West and turn right. Hold on to your left and pass three traffic lights. Go right at the roundabout and right again at the next roundabout. Follow the road and you will arrive at SnowWorld.
You can take the train to Heerlen station and take bus 25 to Gracht. Alight at Snowworld. You can reach snowworld on bus 25 (bus from Heerlen). For more information see the website Veolia Transportation.
If you take a train to Landgraaf be prepared to book a transfer or taxi as the station is quiet and will not have taxi's waiting.