Securing a guest room for night will only cost you 100 Euros ($155 USD), breakfast included. Yodel-le-ee-o. For another 9 Euros, you take a tour of the villa's surrounding park and pavilion which will feature some of the family's original furniture.
And if you're getting married, why not exchange "I do's" in the villa's stained-glass chapel and enjoy the honeymoon suite. Even better, you can self-assemble a replica of that incredible gazebo, you know, where movie daughter "Liesl" was turning 17 and sang to her boyfriend Rolf. The same guy who later gave the family up to the enemy. Oh forget that, the gazebo's cool.
And if you're a history buff, here's the scoop on the villa. The von Trapps lived there from 1923-1938. When the Nazis stormed Austria, the Baron and his family left for Italy, and the villa became the home of notorious SS chief Heinrich Himmler, and his butler.
Leave it to the Herr to build a huge white wall around the property, which remains today, and to turn the beautiful chapel into, what else, a beer hall.
When the war ended, the property was returned to the family, who sold it to a peaceful Catholic missionary order.
Since then it's served as provincial offices and quarters for the Kolleg St. Josef seminarians and, in 2001, the International Center for Culture & Management moved there, too.
No info available yet for reservations, but we'll keep you advised.
[Photo via Reuters]