Location & getting here

How to get to the Hotel das liebling in Pertisau

Arriving by Car

Avoid the tolls via the Achenpass or Bad Tölz!

  • 1. Inntal-Autobahn motorway (‘Vignette’ tax sticker required!), Achensee exit, Achensee-Bundesstraße road B181, travel along Achensee to Achenkirch

  • 2. If coming from Munich, travel to Holzkirchen, Tegernsee, Achenpass motorway exit or Bad Tölz - border, Achenkirch

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By Air

Due to its excellent location, Achensee is near Innsbruck Airport (45km, 45 mins), Salzburg Airport (150km, 1 hour 30 mins) and Munich Airport (175km, 2 hours). Lake Achensee is easily reached via train or airport taxis.

  • Innsbruck Airport: Direct connections from Frankfurt, Hannover, Cologne/Bonn, Hamburg, Berlin, Liverpool, London Gatwick, Bristol, Dublin, Brussels, Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Göteburg, Stavanger, Paris, Kiev, Moskow, St. Petersburg

  • Munich Airport: Direct connections from all major cities in Germany, Switzerland, Italy, France, Britain, the Netherlands and Belgium.

  • Salzburg Airport: Direct connections from most major cities in Germany, Switzerland, France, Britain, Italy and the Netherlands.


You can book a transfer from Innsbruck, Salzburg or Munich Airport here:

Rofan Reisen in Maurach, Tel. +43(5243)5209, rofan.reisen@utanet.at
Achentaler Reisen in Achenkirch, Tel. +43(5246)6227
Four Seasons Travel in Innsbruck, Tel. +43(512)584157, office@airport-transfer.com, www.airport-transfer.com

By Train

  • Travel by train to Jenbach Station, then take the local bus* (see timetables on www.vvt.at) or a taxi to Achensee
  • Travel by train to Tegernsee Station, then take a taxi or the 9550 bus via Kreuth to Achenkirck to Achensee (approx. 35km). Outward journey from Tegernsee Station to Pertisau: 08:50 and 14:54 return from Pertisau Karwendellift to Tegernsee Station: 10:50 and 16:50. Find out more on www.rvo-bus.de
  • Travel by train to Jenach Station, change to take the Achensee steam cog railway to Achensee - final stop Seespitz (also a stop on the Achensee boat tour). You can find timetables here: www.achenseebahn.at


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» ÖBB Train Information

Your Perfect Golfing Hotel

Located directly on Fairway One, golfers at the Liebling can look forward to plenty of golfing extras. As soon as you get to the Liebling, you can shed not only the worries of daily life but also all your golfing equipment - what a relief! Guests are free to make use of our lockable caddy room for storing personal equipment.

Discover the Achensee Region

With 5 holiday villages, the Karwendelgebirge Mountains on one side and the Alps and Rofan Mountains on the other side of the lake, the Achensee region is ideal for walking, hiking, biking, climbing, sailing, surfing and golfing in summer. Get close to nature while you indulge in sport and relaxation in this unique corner of Tyrol.

Your Hosts

It’s a tale of love at first sight... of searching and finding.

And of knowing exactly what you do and don’t want. Finding something special often requires patience & luck… long story short: luck was on our side when it came to our Liebling - we had found our love at first sight!

Culinary Treats

Dive into the culinary wonders of the Achensee region. What are you craving? Hearty, proper home cooking? Maybe something more Mediterranean and light or even an international classic?