Rooms

Space to dream. After an unforgettable day at the lodge, there are thirty unique, luxurious and well-lit rooms inviting you to rest and relax. Large windows will provide you with a clear view of the breathtaking landscape. Soon after entering your room, the boundary between the comfortable space and the picturesque outdoors melts away.

A natural oasis. All rooms are furnished in harmony with their natural surroundings. We have combined the clear Nordic design with materials from nature. Of course, all our rooms are comfortably furnished and some of them are even barrier-free.

Immerse yourself in nature. Each room leads directly onto a large terrace. There you can take a deep breath of the clear and fresh air, and enjoy the tranquility of the Hütten Hills Nature Park. Look at the sky full of sparkling stars before bedtime or feel the fresh air on your skin when you get up in the morning. Welcome to nature.

 

Room facilities:

  • 30 spacious double / twin rooms with panoramic windows
    two of which are family rooms with connecting door
  • Each room has a terrace and a picturesque view over the Hütten Hills
  • Generous closets
  • Luggage rack with wardrobe
  • Separate designer bathroom with rain shower and towel heater
  • Box springs for superb sleeping comfort
  • 32 inch flat-screen TV
  • Small selection of books in each room
  • Coffee and tea station
  • Ventilation system with pollen filter (class F9)
  • Hypoallergenic equipment
  • Free WIFI
  • 2 panoramic barrel saunas

 

Our Rooms:

Room Rates:

Single room: € 79 to € 95

Double room:  € 108  to € 133
Children 5 years and younger stay free with their parents (1 extra bed possible). For children up to 11 years we charge € 20,00; up to 15 years € 30,00.

All prices are per room and night, including our delicious breakfasts and the prevailing tax of 7% and 19%.

Dogs are also welcome in the Globetrotter Lodge. We provide 4 Dog rooms.

Small dogs up to 30 cm: € 15.00
Medium and large dogs: € 25,00

The “accommodation fee” includes a doggie blanket, a “Doggy Dinner Station”, and a chew bone.