It’s early in the morning. The birds are twittering in the trees and the first rays of sunshine are peeping in. The guests slowly open their eyes – and find themselves face to face with a stag looking through the window of their mobile cabin – lovingly called the Hyt. After the initial shock, this is a unique experience and exactly what guests in the mobile cabin at the Wild-Berghof in Bernried were hoping for: living and relaxing in Bavarian nature.
And that’s exactly what they get from Thomas Gstettenbauer, the third generation to manage this business. “It’s the combination of nature, forest and the proximity of the animals that makes the experience in a Hyt so unique,” he says of the concept. His farm is in the middle of a wildlife park on the edge of the Bavarian Forest. Extensive woodland, imposing old trees and wild herds of 200 animals – here guests can experience nature in its original form.