Holiday calm and tranquillity at the turn of the year.
When we talk about the quietest time of the year, we mean the days and weeks around Christmas. From the Advent season through the holidays, the time "between the years", followed by New Year's Eve and New Year's Day, on to end of the Christmas holiday break. It's actually a time when quite a lot is going on. These many occasions for celebration, feasting and enjoyment often leave little room for silence.
But anyone who looks out over the lake from their room at this time of year - or from the wellness area, the lobby or even from the restaurant - is immersed in this silence. It invites you to reflect, regenerate and let go.
At the Karnerhof, Christmas is also a time of great humanity. The evenings are long and leave plenty of space and time for chatting, laughing and listening. For a pleasant conviviality and being there for each other. With home-baked biscuits, candlelight and the scent of fir branches. And for living the varied Carinthian Christmas traditions. From the traditional Kletzenbrot to the Christmas tree sinking.