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A vivid experience that goes straight to the heart

A vivid experience that goes straight to the heart

Where nature sets the tone, there are the four elements – Living by Berger: a vivid experience that goes straight to the heart

The Four Elements – Living by Berger. The name says it all: living in the elements, surrounded by the pristine nature of Styria's only national park: powerful, untouched, impressive, invigorating. A look at the four dream homes, which almost magically blend into the landscape, says more: the construction is one of a kind. The feeling of floating on the crystal clear mountain river Salza is inspiring. Design and comfort are at their best at Fourelements. An adults-only refuge in the green heart of Austria, you won't find anything like it anywhere else.

The landscape of the Styrian Gesäuse is stunningly beautiful and wild. At any time of the year, Fourelements – Living by Berger captures the incomparable magic of this place: the awakening of nature in spring, the long warm days of summer, the colorful glow of color in autumn, and the tranquil white winter landscape. What remains all year round is Salza, which shimmers in shimmering shades of green at the foot of the 60-metre-deep gorge, surmounted by an “air” and “water” tower. The architects and designers have created an ingenious relationship between interior and exterior in a wonderful way.

Shades of blue sparkle in the “water” house, matching the champagne salsa. Interior details in warm red tones reflect the “fire” house. The ambiance is a harmonious blend of modernity and comfort. The many creative seats with dazzling views have been transformed into places of power. In summer, guests are drawn to the terrace floating over the river. When the sun is shining on the tip of your nose, the birds are chirping and salsa music is blasting in the depths, everyday life seems so far away.

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The spa experience remains a strictly private matter

Wellness in your own countryside home: exclusive spas located in each of the four chalets. At Wasser's house, a private elevator leads to the basement, where there is a private wellness area. The “Eisvogel” house offers a wonderful natural swimming pool as well as a sauna and hot tub. Guests at Fourelements can relax in free-standing bathtubs with a wonderful view. You can let your thoughts wander on the large, comfortable daybed and in the sauna with a clear view of the forest and river. Outdoors, in the fresh forest air, a hot tub and seating area await connoisseurs who appreciate the utmost privacy.

Visit the hedonist philosophers

Enjoy a fragrant coffee in the morning, take the first step outside, and take a deep breath – your filled breakfast basket has already been delivered to your chalet door. “A good kitchen is the foundation of true happiness” – that's why amateur chefs at Fourelements can expect a perfectly equipped kitchen down to the last detail. The wonderful view from the panoramic window awakens culinary creativity. Just sit back and enjoy, that's the goal
Fourelements is the perfect solution. A menu is available in the chalets. Simply order a multi-course menu tailored to your personal taste or a delicious BBQ box and enjoy the delicacies in your hideaway. For a very special experience, a private chef comes to the house to prepare a delicious dinner.

Think about the basics, relax, enjoy nature, and get away from everyday life – Hideaway Fourelements is a very special place for that. If you want to be active, you will find yourself in the largest natural park in Styria: mountain biking, hiking and running in the most beautiful landscapes, swimming and hiking in the mountain stream or embarking on a rafting adventure – Fourelements – Living by Berger is full of refreshing joy.

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FORELEMENTS – Live by Berger

FEB GmbH Großreifling 85 8931 Landl Austria
www.fourelements-world.com

Image FOURELEMENTS – Live by Berger

Source: MK Salzburg