Villa Emilia is a 19th century chalet located centrally in Bad Mitterndorf. The chalet is spread over four floors. The full-sized cellar features an oil storage and boiler room, a workshop, three storage rooms, and a wine cellar. One enters the chalet on the ground floor which consists of an entrance and a cloak room, a ski room, a utility room with laundry facilities, and a study. The ground floor furthermore features the chalets family rooms with the lounge, dining room, and kitchen. The kitchen is a traditional Austrian wooden kitchen with a traditional corner wooden bench and breakfast table. The first-floor features 2 ensuite bedrooms, as well as two additional bedrooms. There is furthermore a family bathroom and a cloak room. The second-floor contains an ensuite bedroom with a private living area, an ensuite bedroom, a bedroom with a traditional window seating area, and two additional bedrooms. There is also a family bathroom and a cloak room. The chalet offers great views of the village, valley, and surrounding mountains. The chalet offers substantial living space which is ideal for entertaining families and friends. Due to its private gardens, the chalet offers a tranquil and secluded location in the centre of the village. Bad Mitterndorf is an old and traditional village located Salzkammergut area os Austria. It is famous for hosting the World Cup in ski jumping at the Kulm Ski Arena which features the longest ski jump in the world. The town furthermore hosts restaurant where the chef has 2 Michelin stars. There are also multiple thermal spas in the area. Bad Mitterndorf is ideal as both a summer and winter destination.