Kathrin and Christian Sersch, the Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa’s proprietors, have created a wellness resort inspired by the philosophy of inspiration and power. Imagination, spirit and energy are all essential elements – creating a pleasant space with a peaceful and soothing ambiance. The hotel is located on a hill above the Bostalsee Lake in the federal state of Saarland. It’s an ideal retreat for those seeking relaxation amidst the natural beauty of the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park, which has strong links to the region’s Celtic past.
This connection to the Celts runs throughout the entire hotel. Elements of Celtic medicine and natural rituals can be seen in the Seezeit Spa as well as in the wellness treatments and sauna rituals. An outdoor platform has been created in the forest for yoga and meditation classes. Heated indoor and outdoor infinity-style pools with lake views, indoor and outdoor panoramic sauna areas – also with views across the lake, an aroma steam bath for ladies only and a spa bistro complete the wellness and spa experience.
Activity lovers have a choice of enjoying the facilities in the hotel’s state of the art Seezeitlodge gym or trying out some of the other activities like swimming, diving, sailing, surfing or stand-up paddle boarding in the lake. There’s also a golfing green to practise some shots or the hotel’s own 9-hole golf course (Bostalsee) – located only 5km from the Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa.
The Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa’s cuisine is light and natural. High-quality, seasonal meals using herbs from the hotel’s kitchen garden are served in the Lumi restaurant. The Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa’s chefs use a classical method of preserving foods like pickling, smoking or fermenting.
The Celtic Seezeitlodge Hotel & spa’s outdoor sauna village has a spacious area for rituals, a fireplace and a relaxation room with lake views. There’s also an earth sauna, meaning an underground sauna, a low-temperature sauna (known as a Bio Sauna in German) and a herbal sauna.
Seezeit Spa guests will experience pure relaxation in the 2,700m² spa area. The spa includes spacious heated infinity-style indoor and outdoor pools, which have stunning views over the countryside and a panoramic sauna with a fabulous view across the lake. Other facilities include an aroma steam bath, a herbal bath, a ladies sauna (including a low-temperature sauna – Biosauna) and a relaxation room with cocoon hanging chairs and relaxation areas.
The Celtic outdoor sauna village has an underground sauna, a Celtic sauna and a herbal sauna. Here, guests can relax around a fireplace or in the relaxation room, which has an impressive view across the lake.
Guests can indulge in the many beauty treatments and massages available using Thalgo, Pino and Team Dr Joseph products. The Seezeit Spa transforms the almost forgotten art of Celtic healing into a contemporary and modern wellness experience.
Wellness & Care
Mindfulness practices, meditation and yoga are carried out in the Seezeitlodge meditation area on the edge of the forest.
- 2700 qm swimming and sauna facilities
- 93 qm Indoor pool
- 51 qm Outdoor pool
- Number of beauty cabines and massage rooms: 7
- Classical beauty treatments
- Natural cosmetics
- Thalasso cosmetics
- Cosmetic massage treatments
- More beauty care
- In-house physiotherapy
- Medical massage
- Dietary counselling
- More therapies
- 2 x Finnish sauna (95°-110°C)
- Steam bath
- Aroma steam bath
- More sauna
- Tai Chi
- More offers
- 9 x Exercise equipment
- 94 qm Fitness room
- Bike hire
- Cycling tours
- Cultural excursions
The best way to explore the region around Bostalsee Lake is by bike. These well sign-posted routes are recommended:
- Around Bostalsee Lake
- Through the meadows and forests of the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park
- Through the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park
On the tours, holidaymakers can discover the region’s Celtic influences. A popular destination is the Celtic ring wall in Otzenhausen. It’s one of the Celts’ biggest fortifications in Germany.
Guests who prefer walking can try a stage of the Saar-Hunsrück-Steig hiking trail. Surrounded by some impressive scenery, this is one of Germany’s top long-distance hiking trails.
Bostalsee Lake is also ideal for enjoying water sports. For example:
- Stand-up paddle boarding
The Völklinger Hütte UNESCO World Heritage Site is close by. It was originally an old iron factory from the 19th and 20th centuries and is now used as a venue for concerts, festivals, readings and exhibitions.
Trier and the beautiful old town of St Wendel are perfect locations for shopping and taking in a spot of culture. A trip to the neighbouring countries of France and Luxembourg is also recommended.
In the Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa’s Lumi restaurant, there’s a spacious terrace overlooking the lake where guests can enjoy excellent, high-quality meals – flavoured with herbs grown in the hotel’s kitchen garden. Around 40 different herbs are grown in the garden, including wild garlic, cress, ground elder, cow parsley and sorrel – all of which were used by the Celts. Different varieties of grain like spelt, einkorn and wild emmer wheat are used. All produce is sourced locally.
Bread and pastries are freshly baked on a daily basis. Breakfast offers a great selection of local and organic produce.
The Nox bar
The Nox bar is located in the lobby and has a fabulous view of Bostalsee Lake. Special cocktails are served using Celtic herbs as well as classic drinks, aperitifs, digestives and wines.
The hotel is located amidst the Saar-Hunsrück Nature Park in the north-eastern corner of the federal state of Saarland (the St Wendel region). Situated on a small forested hill, the hotel offers magnificent views of Bostalsee Lake.Arrival at the airport
There are good flight connections from Dublin, Kerry, Edinburgh, London and Newquay to Frankfurt-Hahn. The Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa is approximately 57km from the airport.
The larger international airport of Frankfurt am Main is around 180km from the hotel.
Luxembourg Airport is served by London City Airport, London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted as well as Zürich and Amsterdam and is about 128km from the hotel
• From Saarbrücken: Take the A1 towards Trier (approximately 1 hour)
• From Frankfurt: Via the A61, A63 and A6 past Kaiserslautern (Approximately 2 hours)
• From Cologne: Via the A1 and A62 (Approximately 2.5 hours)
• From Munich: (Approximately 5 hours)
• From Frankfurt: Approximately 2 hours via the local train (Regionalzug) to Türkismühle
• From Cologne: Approximately 3 – 3.5 hours to Türkismühle
• From Munich: Approximately 6 hours to Türkismühle
• From Zürich (Switzerland) Approximately 6.5 hours to Türkismühle
• From Saarbrücken station: Approximately 40 minutes via public transport to Türkismühle
There’s a hotel shuttle service available from Türkismühle station for guests.