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Located in Goslar Rural District, this apartment building is 2.2 mi (3.5 km) from Harz Golf Club and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Burgberg Cable Car. Harz National Park ...
4 Personen Ferienwohnung im Wald mit Kamin, 84 QudratmeterGet Rates
Aparthotel Panoramic Hohegeiß£50
This family-friendly Bad Harzburg apartment building is located in the mountains, within 2 mi (3 km) of Harz Golf Club and Burgberg Cable Car. Marktkirche St. ...
4 Bedrooms Luxury Apartment With Large Terrace / WestGet Rates
Hotel Der Achtermann£76
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Designpension Idyll Nr. 2£54
Hotel Niedersaechsischer Hof£72
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If you're looking for mountain vistas and charming towns, Harz National Park is a great choice. This sprawling park covers thousands of acres of wilderness in the German states of Lower Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt. A number of picturesque villages are scattered throughout the hills, offering a range of hotels.
With many hotel options in Harz National Park, start by selecting the town you would like to be based in. The most popular towns are Goslar, Quedlinburg and Wernigerode. As the towns are rather close together, travellers can choose one and visit the others on day trips. If you're hoping to stay near Brocken, the tallest peak in Harz National Park, the closest towns are Goslar and Wernigerode. Both towns offer appealing attractions. Goslar is a well-preserved medieval city filled with half-timbered homes. It also has an UNESCO-recognised mine. Wernigerode is home to a famous castle.
For easy access to Brocken and the castle, try a hotel in Wernigerode. There are many hotels within walking distance of the Schloss Wernigerode. A steam train runs from Wernigerode to the Brocken summit. Try the Harzer Kultur & Kongresshotel Wernigerode or the Hotel Schlosspalais Wernigerode for a short walk to the castle.
Harz National Park is famous for its mountains, but it's much loved for its enchanting towns, which you can explore via the Harz Narrow-Gauge Railway or by car. There are train stations on the eastern Harz in Quedlinburg and Wernigerode. Buses are used to access towns in the western Harz, such as Goslar. If you plan to drive, look for hotels in Harz National Park with parking.
If you're seeking an atmospheric and walkable town centre, try a hotel in Goslar, a medieval town straight out of the pages of a fairy tale. Goslar was prosperous because of its silver mine, which was discovered in the 900s. Today, the mine is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and museum. As the site is just over one mile (2km) from the town centre, it's easy to stay in the centre of town and take the bus to the mine. For a hotel in the heart of it all, try a hotel near the Goslar Market Church. The Hotel Niedersaechsischer Hof is a short walk from this central landmark.
If you'd prefer to stay on the train line, consider a hotel in Quedlinburg. Another charming half-timbered town, Quedlinburg offers an enjoyable centre and easy access to Harz National Park by train.
If your family is looking for an action-packed holiday filled with hiking or skiing, Harz National Park is a great choice. And as a result, there are many family-friendly hotels in Harz National Park.
For easy access to hiking and cross-country skiing, try the Hotel Njord Goslar. Located just a few blocks from restaurants and bakeries, this hotel makes walking into town for meals very convenient. The hotel is located on Kranicher Teich lake, offering scenic views from certain rooms.
Families travelling during the holiday season can't skip the Goslar Christmas Market. Kids will love exploring the magical market at night, and everyone can enjoy the festive atmosphere. For convenience, consider a hotel near the Goslar Christmas Market, such as the Hotel Brusttuch Goslar.
Children will also love taking the vintage steam train up to the top of Brocken, a mountain steeped in spooky German folklore.
As Harz National Park is a popular holiday destination in all seasons, you'll find a range of accommodation to suit all budgets. The widest selection of hotels can be found in the mid-range category. If you're seeking a family-friendly three-star accommodation in Harz National Park, you'll have many choices. The good-value Hasseröder Burghotel in Wernigerode offers easy access to the Schloss Wernigerode and Brocken.
If you'd rather splash out on a luxury hotel, there are a couple of fine five-star hotels in Harz National Park to consider. One four-star option is the H+ Hotel Goslar, which features an indoor pool, a fitness centre and a sauna.
Are you looking for a more relaxing getaway? Opt for a spa hotel in Harz National Park where you can rest and recuperate after a mountain hike. The Hotel Der Achtermann in Goslar has two treatment rooms for massages, as well as a spa tub and indoor pool.