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''From 1926 to 1927 ("His Imperial Highness") Don Pedro (Prince) of Orléans de Brangança (1875-1940) and his wife Elisabeth built the Villa Orléans as a hunting lodge. The plans came from the architect Hans Feichtlbauer.
 
''From 1926 to 1927 ("His Imperial Highness") Don Pedro (Prince) of Orléans de Brangança (1875-1940) and his wife Elisabeth built the Villa Orléans as a hunting lodge. The plans came from the architect Hans Feichtlbauer.
  
Don Pedro was the son of Isabel de Bragança, the heir to the last Brazilian emperor Pedro II (Brazil was monarchy from 1815 to 1889) and the grandson of the last French king Louis Philipp (+ 1850). The prince spent his summers at the Attersee. French was spoken in the house and the kitchen was also French. Aristocratic guests were welcomed in the villa and invited to the imperial hunt in the near Höllengebirge.
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''Don Pedro was the son of Isabel de Bragança, the heir to the last Brazilian emperor Pedro II (Brazil was monarchy from 1815 to 1889) and the grandson of the last French king Louis Philipp (+ 1850). The prince spent his summers at the Attersee. French was spoken in the house and the kitchen was also French. Aristocratic guests were welcomed in the villa and invited to the imperial hunt in the near Höllengebirge.''
  
Due to the political situation, the family returned to Brazil in 1936. In 1938 the property was confiscated by the National Socialists, and from 1942 a housekeeping school of the BDM (Association of German Girls) was housed in the villa. After Don Pedro's death, his wife Elisabeth and his five children inherited the villa. After the war (until around 1950) refugees lived in the house. 1947 the former caretaker Friedrich Gattinger was commissioned by the family to look after the house.
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''Due to the political situation, the family returned to Brazil in 1936. In 1938 the property was confiscated by the National Socialists, and from 1942 a housekeeping school of the BDM (Association of German Girls) was housed in the villa. After Don Pedro's death, his wife Elisabeth and his five children inherited the villa. After the war (until around 1950) refugees lived in the house. 1947 the former caretaker Friedrich Gattinger was commissioned by the family to look after the house.''
 
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In 1957 a relative of Elisabeth de Orléans, Countess Marguerite Kottulinsky (Princess de Rohan), became a co-owner. She built holiday apartments in the villa that could be rented.''
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''In 1957 a relative of Elisabeth de Orléans, Countess Marguerite Kottulinsky (Princess de Rohan), became a co-owner. She built holiday apartments in the villa that could be rented.''
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== Boutique Hotel seit 2017==
 
== Boutique Hotel seit 2017==
  

Aktuelle Version vom 16. Januar 2021, 16:43 Uhr

Villa Weiss 2018
Villa Orléans 2010

Die Villa Weiss, ehemalige Villa Orléans, steht am Schlossberg in Attersee am Attersee. Sie war früher ein Jagdhaus und wird jetzt als Boutique Hotel geführt.

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Geschichte

Von 1926 bis 1927 hat („seine kaiserliche Hoheit“) Don Pedro (Prinz) von Orléans de Brangança (1875-1940) und seine Frau Elisabeth die Villa Orléans als Jagdhaus erbauen lassen. Die Pläne stammen vom Architekten Hans Feichtlbauer.

Don Pedro war der Sohn der Isabel de Bragança, der Erbtochter des letzten brasilianischen Kaisers Pedro II. (Brasilien war von 1815 bis 1889 Monarchie) und der Enkelsohn des letzten französischen Königs Louis Philipp (+ 1850). Der Prinz verbrachte seine Sommer am Attersee. Im Haus wurde französisch geprochen, auch die Küche war französisch. In der Villa wurden aristokratische Gäste empfangen und zur kaiserlichen Jagd ins Höllengebirge eingeladen.

Aufgrund der politischen Situation kehrte die Familie 1936 nach Brasilien zurück. 1938 wurde der Besitz von den Nationalsozialisten beschlagnahmt, ab 1942 war in der Villa eine Haushaltungsschule des BDM (Bund Deutscher Mädel) untergebracht. Nach dem Tod Don Pedros erbten seine Frau Elisabeth und seine fünf Kinder die Villa. Nach dem Krieg (bis ca. 1950) wohnten Flüchtlinge im Haus. Ab 1947 erhielt der frühere Hausmeister Friedrich Gattinger von Brasilien aus den Auftrag, sich um das Haus zu kümmern.

1957 wurde eine Verwandte von Elisabeth de Orléans, Gräfin Marguerite Kottulinsky (Prinzessin de Rohan), Mitbesitzerin. Sie ließ in der Villa Ferienappartements errichten, die man mieten konnte.

From 1926 to 1927 ("His Imperial Highness") Don Pedro (Prince) of Orléans de Brangança (1875-1940) and his wife Elisabeth built the Villa Orléans as a hunting lodge. The plans came from the architect Hans Feichtlbauer.

Don Pedro was the son of Isabel de Bragança, the heir to the last Brazilian emperor Pedro II (Brazil was monarchy from 1815 to 1889) and the grandson of the last French king Louis Philipp (+ 1850). The prince spent his summers at the Attersee. French was spoken in the house and the kitchen was also French. Aristocratic guests were welcomed in the villa and invited to the imperial hunt in the near Höllengebirge.

Due to the political situation, the family returned to Brazil in 1936. In 1938 the property was confiscated by the National Socialists, and from 1942 a housekeeping school of the BDM (Association of German Girls) was housed in the villa. After Don Pedro's death, his wife Elisabeth and his five children inherited the villa. After the war (until around 1950) refugees lived in the house. 1947 the former caretaker Friedrich Gattinger was commissioned by the family to look after the house.

In 1957 a relative of Elisabeth de Orléans, Countess Marguerite Kottulinsky (Princess de Rohan), became a co-owner. She built holiday apartments in the villa that could be rented.

Boutique Hotel seit 2017

Ende 2016 kam es zu einem Besitzerwechsel. Nach umfangreicher Renovierung wurde die Villa wieder zu einer repräsentativen Villa im Salzkammergut. Heute ist sie unter dem Namen Villa Weiss als Boutique Hotel, mit 10 Suiten und einem Chalet bekannt. Im Sinne und Stil ihrer Erbauer, werden die großzügigen Gesellschaftsräumlichkeiten wieder für festliche so wie kulturelle Veranstaltungen, Hochzeiten, Taufen und Konzerte belebt.

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