Our apartment is located in the beautiful Schnepfenthal, in the Thuringian Forest.
There is a 65 m² fully equipped separate apartment on the ground floor. The house is situated in wooded area, so you have the option to start your forest hikes and walks right out the front door.
Whether with the Thuringian Forest Railway, train or by car - the cities of Erfurt, Gotha and Eisenach can be reached with all its wonderful sights.
The apartment has a large bedroom (with double bed and TV), living room (with TV), a fully equipped kitchen (with dishwasher), a spacious bathroom (with shower and toilet) and is suitable for up to four people. We are happy to provide you, in addition to the double bed, free one or two bed couches or a baby travel cot available. From the apartment you have a beautiful view of the large garden and the adjacent forest. The garden can be shared. Children have a swing and a sandpit in the garden.
For breakfast we offer you for free a sandwich service. Here, we try to supply you with fresh baked bread from local bakers old German.
An off-street parking for travelers is located in front of the house.
Pets are allowed on request. We ask for your understanding that it is a Non smoking apartment.
In Schnepfenthal you can visit the first sports ground in Germany, the end of the 18th century. Century was built by Johann Christoph Friedrich Guts Muths and represents the beginning of physical education at German schools. In addition, there is a stop of the Deutsche Bahn and the archetypal Thüringerwaldbahn that connects Gotha with the beautiful resort of Tabarz and also makes in Schnepfenthal halt.
For nature lovers, the National Park Thuringian Forest is certainly the main attraction of Thuringia. Countless hiking trails lead visitors for kilometers and then turn into small, charming towns Rast. One of the main hiking trails of Germany, the Rennsteig.
From many points of view clearly visible is also the Big Island mountain with its 916 meters above sea level, from where you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Thuringia countryside and forests.
In Hainich National Park you can throw on the Baumkronenpfad a look at the top of a beech forest and walk at a dizzy height.
Schnepfenthal is a district of Waltershausen. Located in Waltershausen on the city mountain, invites Castle Tenneberg (18th Century) to linger. It has a cozy restaurant and café with stunning views over the city Waltershausen and a doll museum.
In neighboring pretty Luftkurort Friedrichroda offers attractions such. As the Marienglashöhle with their crystals (selenite called) or the fairytale castle Reinhardsbrunn from the year 1827th
In Tabarz Kneippkurort some 5 km away, you can indulge in Tabbs, which not only has a large water park and a sauna area, a fitness center and a wellness center. Many courses such as "Aqua Fitness" or "baby swimming" can be booked by travelers very easily as individual lessons. In Tabarz There is also a small, very nice with Kneipp barefoot path, which will give you the feeling of a mini course. For children there is to discover the Struwwelpeterpark in which the story of Struwwelpeter, who would not listen to his parents, is retold vividly in the form of wooden figures.
The route Schnepfenthal-Tabarz is recommended for the way friends of Thüringerwaldbahn much because the train runs through the forest and through many passengers are thrilled with this nostalgic transport.
The surrounding towns such as Gotha, Eisenach and Erfurt bribe course, not only by the charm of its old town, but also by countless attractions, some of them even world class. The landmark of Gotha is the Baroque castle Schloss Friedenstein from the 16th century. Century, on the famous annual Baroque Festival with old costumes, carriages, historical objects etc. celebrated (next date:. 30/31 8.2014). In Friedenstein Castle is located beyond the Ekhof Theatre, the oldest full-sustaining castle theater in the world with original Baroque stage machinery. For the kids there are in the zoo Gotha much to discover.
Eisenach owes its fame mainly of Wartburg, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here Martin Luther translated the New Testament in 1522 from Greek into German. The fortress is one of the highlights of the all-German sights and is an absolute must for visitors from home and abroad. This 5 star hotel on the Wartburg offers stunning panoramic views of the Thuringian Forest. You will be a stopover on the panoramic terrace with excellent cuisine or just have a coffee on no account be missed! A special feature for children: It is possible to traverse the path to the entrance of the Wartburg with the donkey.
In 1685, the world-famous composer Johann Sebastian Bach was born in Eisenach. His birthplace can be visited as a museum and has been partially extended (Bach House).
Erfurt is the state capital of Thuringia, and exerts a special attraction for its visitors. Probably the most important attractions of Erfurt is the medieval Erfurt Cathedral. The Merchants' Bridge is one of the most attractive sites of the city. It lies in the heart of the city and is built with half-timbered houses, where mainly small but smart shops are located. Every year in summer (on the third weekend in June), the three-day Krämerbrückenfest takes place, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors. The city of Erfurt offers many guided tours that are suitable for all ages, as well as a guide on Martin Luther's footsteps, in the footsteps of the Middle Ages or a Kika-figures-city tour. Catch Simply advise on one of the many tourist information centers. In egapark (Erfurt Horticultural Exhibition) there is next to a Gartenbaumuseum different thematic gardens and themed houses such as tropical house, butterfly house, cactus house, orchid house and numerous games for children of all ages.
Especially for children, our region offers a huge amount of entertainment venues, such. As the Dwarf Park in Trusetal, the waterfall in Trusetal, the summer toboggan run on the island mountain, "mini-a-door" (Miniature Park), the "lumber Burg" ( children's adventure world) in Bad Langensalza.
We advise you on the spot! Note also the many flyers and event tips that you find on the spot ...