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Exploring the Black Forest


  • Freiburg im Breisgau: about 20km from our inn is Freiburg, the sunny town of wine. The Gothic cathedral and the market taking place every day around it invite you as much to pay it a visit as the historic old town centre and numerous museums.

  • Mount Feldberg: is the highest peak in the Black Forest and is about 30km away. Located in one of Baden-Württemberg’s oldest nature reserves it not only offers a beautiful view up to the Swiss Alps, but also has a very particular type of alpine flora, magnificent rock formations and a glacial mountain lake.  

  • Titisee: Only 18km away is Titisee, a clear mountain lake, which invites bathing or going for a ride by pedalo in summer. Also worth seeing is the stretch of water trail.

  • Schluchsee: This lake is only 38km from the inn and was created by a retaining wall. It is ideally suitable for sailing, surfing or for pedalo rides.

  • Wutachschlucht: The deep gorge, which was cut into the landscape by the rivers Wutach and Gauchach, is not only a beautiful hiking area, but also of great interest from the geological and botanic aspect and has therefore been a nature reserve for over 60 years.

  • Vogtsbauernhof: In the Black Forest open-air museum you can discover how people lived and worked in the Black Forest region over the past 400 years. Experience culture and history from close up. The imposing Black Forest farms are located by the Black Forest railway in the village of Gutach, approximately 50km from our inn.

  • Furtwangen: The town, which is famous for its clock making tradition, is about 20km from our inn and, with its clock museum Furtwangen gives an insight in the centuries-old craft of clock making and decorative clock painting

  • Kaiserstuhl: At an approximately 50km distance, Kaiserstuhl, a horseshoe-shaped little low mountain range towers 556m high above the River Rhine valley and, due to its volcanic rock, it is Germany’s warmest area. Anybody who does not taste the sun-blessed wine from Kaiserstuhl here really misses something!

  • Europapark: The largest German leisure park is about 54km away and particularly entices families with children with its numerous attractions.

  • Viticultural villages in Alsace: Explore neighbouring Alsace with its renowned wines and its rustic restaurants. You can reach many of the famous typical viticultural villages when going for a daytrip: Riquewihr, Kaysersberg, Eguisheim, Ribeauvillé, Colmar, Mulhouse and Strasbourg.

  • Écomusée d'Alsace: in Ungersheim in neighbouring Alsace there is an open-air museum with 70 authentic farm houses and performances of life in the olden days where you can experience history come alive.

  • Basel: the Swiss town of Basle is located on the shores of the River Rhine, just 70km from our inn. With its minster and its many little alleyways, Basle is always worth a visit, and not only because of its renowned Swiss chocolate.