Cozy Autumn Spa Getaways in Central Germany: From North Rhine-Westphalia to the Harz Mountains
Germany in Autumn is a symphony of colours, often complemented by warm weather and a lack of tourist crowds, making the perfect Autumn getaway destination for those seeking a break from the hussle and bussle of everyday life. In central Germany, area such as the Mosel Valley and North Rhine-Westphalia are full of wine festivals and fairs, for those seeking a less commercial version of the Oktoberfest. With the conditions perfect for walking, hiking, and biking, scenic recreation destinations such as the Harz mountains and the low, forested valleys of the Sauerland are excellently suited to activity holidays. With superb, well-posted trails, and many guided hikes on offer, the mountains of central Germany are easy to navigate whether alone or in a group.
Autumn Spa Getaways in Central Germany: Hotels
The Moselromantikhotel Kessler-Meyer in the Moselle Valley is situated in the stunning town of Cochem, characterized by half-timbered houses and winding streets. Their Autumn spa package 'Relaxation in Autumn' offers guests the perfect combination of well-being and luxury, with a champagne breakfast, free massage, and access to their wellness area. In Sauerland, at the foot of the Kahler Asten mountain, the Sauerland region's highest moutain, can be found the Astenkrone wellness hotel. The Astenkrone's 'Colourful Autumn' package offers guests complementary use of the spa area and a free public transport card over a two night stay, perfect for a luxurious stop-off on a tour of the area. With excellent access to the surrounding hiking trails, the Astenkrone is perfectly suited to an active autumn spa getaway. In Central Germany the Harz mountains are an oft-visited recreation destination, and offer similar natural scenes to the Sauerland region. The Romantischer Winkel hotel in climatic spa town, Bad Sachsa, offers guests a seasonal Autumn special ranging from three to seven days for a luxurious, relaxing autumn spa getaway in central Germany.