Persons: 10
Price from: € 290,- per room incl. breakfast
Type: Rooms

Langenschlägerwald Forester’s Lodge PRIVATE ESTATE

Itha's Secret Escape

3921 Langenschlag, Langschlägerwald 17

Idyll in the Waldviertel Highlands

Switch off and dive into the magical, unspoilt nature of this landscape. Allow yourself to be enchanted by nature and fall in love with the luxury and peace of the exceptional ensemble in the middle of the forest. With its thick granite walls, this centuries-old building represents history, tradition and permanence.

My guests in the forester's house have a reception hall, a salon, two dining rooms, a living hall and four bedrooms with bathrooms ensuite at their disposal. For your events you can also use a 60 m2 room that can be adapted to suit your needs.

In the warm season there is a large terrace with dining facilities to enjoy, a natural garden landscape with benches and loungers, barbecue and fireplaces, a heated swimming pool, a mystical moorland lake with a rowing boat and much more. The Forester’s Lodge is available to hire only exclusively by one group of guests (two to eight people). A welcome drink, brunch and a four-course dinner with the hostess are included as standard.

The 60 m2 apartment on the first floor of the guesthouse is an oasis of well-being furnished with great attention to detail. In this gem, deceleration is not a promise but reality. The flat offers a small entrance, an exclusively equipped kitchen, as well as a spacious bathroom with bathtub and shower and a tasteful living-dining room. The bedroom spoils you with a luxurious bed that guarantees a restful sleep. A large wardrobe completes the ambience. Two small balconies invite you to sunbathe in the morning and in the evening. On the ground floor of the guesthouse there is a cozy wellness area equipped with a sauna, a steam bath, infrared deep heaters, a shower cabin, a massage couch, resting benches and a kitchenette. Here you can enjoy an undisturbed wellness in a private atmosphere and recover from the hectic of your everyday life.



In your room/apartment

  • WLAN
  • WLAN in the whole house
  • Linen
  • Extra cushions and blankets
  • Heating
  • TV, SAT
  • Renovated/newly refurbished
  • Balcony
  • Antique furnished
  • In the forest
  • Roomsize under 20m2
  • Room size over 20m2
  • Room cleaning on request
  • Final Cleaning
  • Baby cot
  • Writing desk


  • Shower
  • Bathtub
  • Toilette extra
  • Towels
  • Hairdryer
  • Cosmetic products


  • Own farm products
  • Breakfast
  • Food from our own organic farm
  • Local products


  • Sunbathing area
  • Sunbed
  • Barbecue area
  • Pool
  • Sauna
  • Wellness


  • Adventure area
  • Petting animals


  • Coffee machine
  • Electric kettle
  • Stove
  • Dishwasher
  • Toaster
  • Fridge
  • Microwave


  • Pets welcome with extra cleaning fee
  • Fitness area
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • Iron
  • Forest experience


  • Mountainbike/Cycling
  • Lake
  • Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Culture
  • Riding
  • Golf
  • Tennis


  • Transfer/E-Banking
  • Cash

History of the house and its residents:

Langenschlägerwald Forester’s Lodge

The Forester’s Lodge was purchased in 1854 by Rudolf, Baron of Hackelberg and Landau, for the rulers of Langschlag-Kehrbach. In 1942, through the marriage of Louise Hackelberg-Landau to Baron Othmar von Lazarini-Zobelsperg, after they had both passed away, the house came into the possession of Hubertus von Lazarini-Zobelsperg, who bequeathed the Forester’s Lodge to his daughter, Itha, in 1989.

Since 1989, the Forester’s Lodge has been renovated in many stages by the Walser-Lazarini family. From then on, it has served as a beloved holiday home for the extended family and is Itha’s main residence.

In the past, Langenschlägerwald Forester’s Lodge was used as a hunting and forester’s lodge. It was inhabited by hunters, foresters, woodworkers and their families. The adjoining forest garden was run and maintained by the women.

In the pre-war years, two rooms in the house were still used as overnight accommodation for the rulers. During the period of occupation in 1945-1955 it was looted and then fell into disrepair.

In 1957-1960 the Forester’s Lodge and all the other derelict farm buildings were gradually restored.
After renovation once again in the 70s and after the subsequent retirement of the last ranger, the Forester’s Lodge became available for its new purpose and Itha Walser-Lazarini developed it into her personal idyll which she is pleased to share with guests.

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