LEISURE & AREA

Enjoy your time in the region and discover many beautiful and interesting places. Sport and hiking on the Nordpfade, trips and leisure activities in the Lüneburg Heath or cultural events and theater visits in the big Hanseatic Cities are ubiquitous. Active or relaxed – there is surely an offer to meet your taste! Enjoy a romantic time with your partner or go on relaxed day trips with your entire family. It’s entirely up to you.

Hiking

Hiking

Hiking

The Nordpfade (north paths) lead hikers and bikers through the marvelous nature of the administrative district of Rotenburg (Wümme). The Nordpfad between Kubach and Oste is an almost 10 kilometers long circular trail that leads directly past the mill pond in Kuhmühlen.

Bike Trail Hamburg-Bremen

Bike Trail Hamburg-Bremen

Bike Trail Hamburg-Bremen

The bike trail between Hamburg and Bremen is a fantastic 151 kilometers long bike trail. Thanks to the typically flat landscape of Germany’s north, you can conveniently ride your bike without having to ride up or down any hills. You will get to see lots of brilliant nature and interesting places, such as the artist village Fischerhude.

Golf

Golf

Golf

The natural conditions of the heath make this area very well-suited for golf. You can reach some of the best golf clubs in the north of Germany by car within less than an hour. Selected golf clubs of the area grant our guests a reduction on the greenfee.

Lüneburg Heath

Lüneburg Heath

Lüneburg Heath

The Lüneburg Heath is one of Europe’s last real heath landscapes. The dreamy natural landscape has a unique personality and there are numerous unique plants and animals. Especially when the heath is in bloom, between Mid-August and early September, it is a very impressive place to visit.

Hamburg

Hamburg

Hamburg

The Free Hanseatic City of Hamburg is a truly legendary German port in the north. In addition to its famous museums and an enormous economic potential, Hamburg is also known for the legendary street entertainment district Reeperbahn, its fish market, and the Elbphilharmonie.

Bremen

Bremen

Bremen

Bremen is an excellent example for a modern German Hanseatic City. Historic places, such as Bremen’s town hall at the market place, the Roland or the cathedral, keep the city’s glorious past alive. Impressive modern buildings, such as the Haus der Bürgerschaft and a modern, open atmosphere are a pleasant contrast to the historic center.

Buxtehude - Jork - Stade

Buxtehude - Jork - Stade

Buxtehude – Jork – Stade

This beautiful tour leads visitors past the Elbe-Weser Triangle, through the picturesque terrain and past moors and ancient meadows. Thanks to large fruit fields, this area is also known as the fruit garden of Hamburg. You can also start or end the tour by visiting Stade or Buxtehude.

Artists’ Villages

Artists’ Villages

Artists’ Villages

Fischerhude and the village of Worpswede, which is not far at all from the hotel, are famous artist villages in the north of Germany and are easy to visit from our location. Famous artists, such as Otto Modersohn, Clara Rilke-Westhff or the author Diedrich Speckmann, lived and worked in this area. Charming little cafés and restaurants complete the perfect picture.