Wellnesshotel Nationalpark Hunsrück
Wellness and spa break in the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park. The Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park is located in the southwest of Germany and connects the federal states of Rhineland-Palatinate with Saarland. The Central Uplands around Idar-Oberstein, the Erbeskopf Mountain, Bostalsee Lake and Wildenburg consists of beech-tree forests, moors and arnica as well as mat grass meadows. It’s the perfect place for anyone looking to have a relaxing spa break in unspoilt, natural surroundings.
Outdoor activities in the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park
This region is also ideal for anyone who enjoys outdoor activities. A walk to the summit of the Erbeskopf Mountain is an absolute must to experience some amazing views across this stunning landscape. The popular Saar-Hunsrück-Steig hiking trail winds its way right through the National Park, allowing for a fascinating walking and hiking experience. Various circular routes, called “Traumschleifen” (literally translated ‘dream loops’) are ideal for day trips or walking with children.
Guests have the chance to join the National Park rangers on their patrols through the forest and will have the opportunity to learn some interesting facts about the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park.
Cycling enthusiasts and mountain bikers can discover the many different routes – all of which are suitable for a range of abilities. There are easier cycling paths located on disused railway lines as a well as more challenging routes for serious mountain bikers.
Leisure activities in the St Wendel Land region
The Bostalsee Lake is located in the St Wendel Land region and is highly recommended for wellness guests who enjoy water sports or even enjoy just being close to the water. Pedal boats, swimming, surfing, volleyball or just building sandcastles on the beach are only some of the activities on offer around the lake.
Make time for wellness around Bostalsee Lake
The 4-star Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa is located on a hill above Bostalsee Lake. 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. Elements of Celtic medicine and natural rituals can be seen throughout the Seezeit Spa. The Celtic Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa’s outdoor sauna village has a spacious area for rituals, a fireplace and a relaxation room with lake views.
Culture and tradition in the St Wendel Land region
In addition to the importance of nature and wellness in this region, culture also plays a central role. The St Wendel Land region has many historical remains and artefacts from the Celtic and Roman periods.
A popular destination is the Dollberg Mountain with its Celtic ring wall. Located close to Otzenhausen, it is one of the Celts’ largest fortifications in Europe. It was built by the Celtic Treverer clan to protect themselves from the Romans.
A trip to Nonnweiler-Sitzerath, a site where they used to make nails, is well worth a visit. Until machinery was invented, certain types of nails, like the nails used in shoe-making, were handmade. Quite often the entire family were involved in nail production.