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To bring, or not to bring.

At Raus, we believe in the simplicity of just getting away to enjoy the great outdoors or great company without stressful preparations. Our cabins include all the essentials you’ll need for a comfortable stay in the outdoors. Here’s what we recommend to pack.

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To bring, 
or not to bring.

What not to bring.

  • Bedding. Cozy pillows, duvet, and throw are provided.
  • Towels. There are two small ones and two big ones as well as a shower mat ready for you.
  • Hair and body gel. We got you covered with a range of biodegradable products.
  • Yoga mat. Here are two mats stored for you under the seating area.
  • Speakers. A Marshall compact portable speaker is already awaiting you.
  • Hair dryer. We literally believe in a good blow-dry through a gentle breeze, as our cabins, unfortunately, are not suitable for hair dryers or other power-hungry electronics. Please don‘t bring any with you.
  • Headlamp. In case you want to go out again in the dark to watch the starry night sky.

What to bring.

  • Toothbrush & toothpaste. Preferably an eco-friendly version.
  • Warm socks (or slippers) and pajamas. Maybe you don't even need more ;)
  • Food & drinks, if not booked with us. In any case, please take enough drinking water with you.
  • Your favorite book or magazine. However, we have arranged a small reading selection in the cabin to surprise you.
  • A pair of hiking boots. For long walks in the woods.
  • A Bathrobe. If you have booked the sauna (at our location Lodge Landsitz, bathrobes are provided for guests who have booked the sauna).
  • Mosquito spray in summer. Just in case a swarm of mosquitoes lurks here and there in the shady forest.
  • A sleeping mask to sleep in (of course letting the sunrise wake you up is also an option).

The right clothes for every season.

On cold winter days, the wood stove provides for cozy temperatures – additionally, it’s best to pack warm clothes such as cozy socks and thick sweaters and a raincoat for rainy days. As the meadows and fields on which your cabin is located can be muddy, also think of sturdy shoes and rubber boots.

In the summer, direct sunlight in the cabin can make it a bit warmer. A fan and a sunshade are ready for you on hot summer days – so you only need to pack light clothes and swimwear for a jump into a cool lake and of course – your favorite sunglasses.

How to pack.

We recommend packing a tote bag or – what is even more convenient for a trip into nature – a backpack. Since the roads to our cabins can be a bit bumpy, especially if you have booked one of our remote locations, a wheeled suitcase is unfortunately not very suitable for your stay. We also advise you to pack as light as possible because the walk to your cabin may take up to 15 minutes from the parking lot.

Kitchen equipment.

In the kitchen of our cabins, you will find a gas stove with two burners, a refrigerator, and a sink. There is also a grill behind the cabin. The kitchen in our cabins is equipped with all the essentials needed to cook yourself a delicious meal. Here’s everything you’ll find on site:

  • Coffee and tea.
  • Brewer, filters, and a tea strainer.
  • Oil, vinegar, sugar, salt, and pepper.
  • A big cooking pot, a small cooking pot, and a pan.
  • Knives & cutting boards.
  • Cooking spoon, spatula, spaghetti stick, soup ladle, and salad servers.
  • Whisk, peeler, grater, colander, can opener, corkscrew, and scissors.
  • Detergent. Ecological and harmless for you and nature.

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