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All reviewssteam roomowners steveon arrivalfamily run hotelend of the dayhis wifeski bus stopsannex buildingwonderful hostscommon areasvast majority of guestswellness areahome cookedeach guestevery nightother guestsa wonderful holiday
This was our first visit to the Gansleit w/c 13th January, and what a great choice. The owners, Steve, Rosie and their family were perfect hosts. Their staff were also very accommodating. Nothing was too much trouble.
The food is home-cooked by Rosie and just...More
The hotel plays host to mainly British guests and is run by Rosi Woods and her English husband Steve. All the food is lovingly prepared by Rosi and mother Anna, Whilst Hans ,Rosi's father helps Steve in the bar with other chores assisted by the...More
Just returned from Austria from our ski holiday with friends. We stayed at the wonderfully run Gansleit with the family Woods and staff. They made us feel welcome from the minute we arrived till the minute we left. Thanks to Steve and Rosie for all...More
Just returned from our 'second home', Hotel Gänsleit, in Söll. As usual great food, great friendly atmosphere. My wife has a mobility problem, and they gave her a lift on a couple of occasions. We met our son and his family there, they had driven...More
The second time we visit this hotel and we spent a good time here over the extended weekend.
The staff is friendly, the hotel is clean, the location is good, view from rooms on front side hotel to mount Wilder Kaiser is great...
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It's on the outskirts. We used to apres ski in the Hexenalm at the bottom of the lift. Typical Austrian ski sings and dancing with a good atmosphere. Then we would walk back to the Gansleit there's a track across the field... More
It's on the outskirts. We used to apres ski in the Hexenalm at the bottom of the lift. Typical Austrian ski sings and dancing with a good atmosphere. Then we would walk back to the Gansleit there's a track across the field takes about 5 minutes. If you want to go into the main town of Soll it takes about 5 minutes from the Gansleit but we only went out once after the evening meal because there's a good bar and the people staying at the hotel when we were there were good company. Depends on your age group really but it's a good hotel.