Imprint and Data Protection
House Himmelfahrt is privately used and operated by the Toggenburg family. The holiday flats are not let commercially.
We therefore rent from private to private. We are admittedly laymen and not tourism experts. This does not detract from our desire for professionalism and high standards for ourselves and our house. If everything doesn’t work out like in the Hotel Ritz in Paris, perhaps you can see in it less a failure and more the charm of a tiny house high on the mountain? One thing is certain: we strive to be a little better every day than the day before.
Responsibility and motivation
Gabriel N. Toggenburg is responsible for the House Himmelfahrt and the content of this website. He wants this house to be more than just another place to stay. It is about setting a sign for sustainability and creating an opportunity to have a sustainable and self-determined holiday. And to show that accessibility does not have to be hidden, but can be advertised with confidence. Because the times that accessibility is something for “others” are hopefully over. Just as House Himmelfahrt also shows that accessibility does not mean having to compromise on aesthetics. You can read more about these ideas, the house and its surroundings in ourVademecum.
Website and Pictures
This website was realised by HONRATH & ESTERHÁZY OG. The agency is located at Taubstummengasse 6/3, A 1040 Vienna. Sophie Esterházy and Nini Trauttenberg can only be recommended. Just ask: firstname.lastname@example.org. Most of the pictures on our website were taken by the professional hands of Marlene Rahmann and are protected by copyright. If you also want to have such beautiful photos, well, here is the key: email@example.com
Liability and legal protection
Our website contains some links to external websites. The usual caveat also applies to us: we accept no liability whatsoever for external content.
And speaking of liability: downloads and copies of this site are only permitted for private, non-commercial use.
We don’t want to take data, we want to give time off.
There are privacy statements that are longer than the Bible. But there is a simpler way: We interfere as little as possible with your data protection. No newsletters, no contact forms, no shopping cart, no surveys. Everything is quite simple here and we have no interest in siphoning off data. If you want to get in touch with us, that is entirely up to you – you can communicate via email.
Nevertheless, our website – like any other – stores some data. We would like to explicitly remind you of this. The provider of our website collects and stores information that your browser automatically transmits to us. This includes the following information: pages visited on our domain, date and time of the server request, your browser type and version, the operating system used, the referrer URL, host name of the accessing computer and the IP address. The storage period of this data is a maximum of 14 days.