One of the best experiences is to stay at weird and offbeat places around the world, so if you find yourself in the Austrian Alps, stay at the Ufogel, which is a 45 square meter (approx 485 sq. ft.) house, designed by Peter Jungmann. This house is located in the mountains close to Linz or Nußdorf-Debant in Austria.
This house is a contemporary modern design made of wood and is available for rent all year round. The name is a combination of “UFO” and “Vogel”, which means bird in German.
There’s a minimum stay of three nights and costs €125 for 2 persons. It can accommodate 6-8 people and each person after 2 costs €25. There’s also a €40 cleaning fee.
A stove with optional hotplate complements the kitchen and spreads warmth throughout the house. The cantilevered table can comfortably accommodate 6-8 people. The seats can be folded down. The huge panoramic window connects a 3180-degree view.
Upstairs there is a spacious double bed in pine, which can be transformed into a bed when needed. A separate bunk offers the special recreational value for two. An open glass cabinet with a view into the shower creates sufficient space for luggage.
The Ufogel has a floor heating, which can optionally be supplemented by the stove. A refrigerator and a storage box with several areas are available. For hot summer days, a fully automatic sun protection system is installed, which can be operated manually.