Baden-Württemberg is an enchanting place for people who enjoy being in nature. Lakes, ponds, rivers but also forests, mountains and highlands are conducive to outdoor recreational activities as well as wellness holidays.
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Restaurant and hotel in the woods. In the guest book of the Hotel Dollenberg, one visitor wrote: “What a shame you can’t cuddle a hotel.” This hotel offers a hospitable atmosphere and excellent service, both of which engender such warm feelings. The relaxing treatments in the spa, the magical dinners in romantic forest clearings of Bad Peterstal and the delightful landscapes of the Black Forest all make for a wonderful stay. Chef Martin Herrmann, the figurehead of the Dollenberg, focuses on the elements which are absolutely indispensable for the dishes. He creates an inventive cuisine inspired by France and the Baden terroir. ... Learn moreless
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Restaurant and hotel in a village. This charming hotel in the heart of the Black Forest offers a variety of activities for all ages. The rooms, which all have the charm of an elegant country house, provide the highest standards of comfort. If relaxation is what you seek, enjoy the spacious wellness area and spa, the exclusive Sauna World or the nine pools and natural pond which are perfect for a dip before savouring a delicious meal in one of the three à la carte restaurants. As for Bareiss’ gourmet restaurant, it ranks among Germany’s top ten, with three-Michelin-star chef Claus-Peter Lumpp masterfully leading the kitchen, joined by restaurant manager Thomas Brandt and sommelier Teoman Mezda. ... Learn moreless
Baden Baden was the summer capital of the country in the nineteenth century. The whole aristocracy used to meet here to enjoy the casino, thermal baths and horse racing. Built in 1824 by Friedrich Weinbrenner, the Spa House is still the architectural symbol of the spa town. The roulette wheel continues...Read More less
This stunning park is an invitation to take a journey to visit it! Located on the site of the largest glass works the Black Forest, it brings 250 years of history to life by combining woodcutters, carpenters, charcoal burners and glass makers. The historic buildings house the fascinating history of these...Read More less
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Hotel and restaurant in a village. Badenweiler, a town of waters par excellence that was given the name of “Aqua Villae” by the Romans, is now more popular than ever because of the therapeutic powers of its thermal springs. At the Hotel Schwarzmatt, renowned for its excellent cuisine, the Sano & Salvo Spa extends an invitation to enjoy the exceptional benefits of thermal baths, steam baths, biosauna and Finnish sauna. Relax in the indoor pool, on the sunny terrace or in the bright pavilion with glass mosaics. ... Learn moreless
Previously exploited in Roman times, the Markgräflerland wine region is especially renowned for its dry or semi-dry white wines. A delightful Chasselas is produced here (Gutedel) which benefits from both the mild climate and humidity of the Black Forest. Don't forget that this grape variety has existed...Read More less
The first Roman baths built in Badenweiler date back to the first century! The were no bigger baths anywhere north of the Alps. Discovered in 1784 during the reign of Karl Friedrich of Baden, the remains of these baths are regarded as the best preserved in Germany. The thermal water continues to flow...Read More less
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Restaurant and hotel in the country. VILLINO is an exquisite hotel with award-winning cuisine, located above Lindau, in the heart of lush fruit orchards, at the crossroads of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. Chef Toni Neumann has achieved extensive acclaim for the restaurant with his Italian-Asian cuisine, complimented by an international wine list with no less than 850 different selections. A charming garden, based on traditional English and Italian designs, surrounds the hotel and invites to a stroll. The deep, true blue of the iris is the hotel’s logo. The diversity of the artistic, cultural and leisure activities on and around Lake Constance ensures there is something for everyone here. ... Learn moreless
The Birnau's baroque church has been overlooking Lake Constance since 1750. In the middle of the vineyards, it is still one of the most beautiful rococo monuments in Germany. An integral part of the imperial abbey of Salem, it was closed for worship during the nineteenth century. Since it reopened...Read More less
It should be possible to discover it by boat. Reach the island city of Lindau from the waters of Lake Constance and then pass between the imposing statue of the stone lion which is a symbol of Bavaria and the old lighthouse built in the thirteenth century. Lindau has preserved its churches with their...Read More less
Located in an old maritime station, the Zeppelin museum is devoted to airships designed by the famous Count von Zeppelin (1838-1917). A 33 metre long replica of the legendary "Hindenburg" Zeppelin is installed in the heart of the museum. Here you can learn about all of the models and the take-off and...Read More less
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Total price communicated as an indication, based on a stay of the number of nights recommended on this webpage, taking place in the next 3 months, and based on double occupancy (excluding recommended activities, excluding properties not bookable online).
To give you inspiration, Relais & Châteaux presents the Routes du Bonheur: Suggestions for travel itineraries that you can fully personalise according to your wishes and the experiences you would like to discover. Our consultants are available to help customise your route and assist you in making reservations at our properties. It is up to you to reserve any recommended activities on-site or nearby that might interest you.