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This very comfortable and spacious holiday home is located near Regenhütte between Bayerisch Eisenstein and Zwiesel. It is in a well-established tourist area situated on the border with the Czech Republic. The Regen, a famous river known for its fish and natural waters is about 200 metres away from the house. Enjoy swimming in the village pond 800 metres away. You can browse through the in-house library on rainy days. The library has novels in German language, non-fiction, children's books and a DVD collection with more than 100 films. Bayerisch Eisenstein is one of the most wooded and traditional health resorts in the Bavarian Forest. A holiday in the region will be memorable for all guests - families with children, senior citizens as well as stressed-out urban folk. The region has ample forest area, pure and fresh air, serene mountain lakes, absolute tranquillity and warm hospitality. The four different landscapes of the National Park of Bavarian Forest converge here - Bohemian neighbours Sumava, the Bavarian Forest Nature Park and the protected landscape of Sumava. There is ample scope in summer for adventurous hikes, excursions and outdoor adventures through unblemished nature. You have five big and small lakes nearby. Arber is found on the German side, while Black Lake, Teufelssee and Lakensee are in the Czech Republic. The surrounding area has: Arber (1,456 metres), Falkenstein (1,312 metres), Zwercheck (1,332 metres) and Mittagsplatzl (1,340 metres). Much of the distance to the summits can be covered by mountain railways. The 350 km long cross-border hiking trails has easy as well as challenging hiking routes. Outdoor Adventure: High ropes course, rafting, summer biathlon, mine, GPS-orientation in the forest. The entire family can regale in Nordic walking, cycling and mountain biking, tennis, mini golf and other activities. The place is a paradise for skiers, sledders and snowboarders in winter as well as for several cross-country ski centres engaging in exciting descents on Great Arber. There are three ski areas with fun parks: Arber, Spicak and the Belvedere lifts in the valley. All are equipped with snow-making facilities. There are a total of 12 ski lifts, 4 chair lifts and a cable car. The options range from ski runs of all levels, rental stations and 200 km long groomed trails to toboggan runs, guided snowshoe tours and winter hiking on cleared trails. Waste disposal costs EUR 25. A brochure with all information is available in the house.