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The Northern Black Forest is a region and large mountain range in southwestern Germany. The region is known for its stunning evergreen forests, imposing mountains and winding scenic roads. Hike to a glacial lake or visit many historic villages for wellness spas and local markets.
The Black Forest inspired the famous Grimms' Fairy Tales by the Brothers Grimm. With dense native forests and endless moors, it is a place of enchanting natural beauty. Stop at a nature park for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, bird watching and more outdoor activities. The Northern Black Forest also features secluded 12th-century monastic ruins and numerous award-winning restaurants.
Allerheiligen Monastery is located in an isolated Black Forest valley. The ruins date to the 12th century and show signs of a 17th-century Baroque restoration. Admire the nearby Büttenstein Waterfall or watch an open-air theater performance at Allerheiligen Monastery during the summer. The monastery is an excellent place to stop and relax when hiking the surrounding forest areas.
Hornisgrinde is one of the highest mountains in the Northern Black Forest region. Take a long-distance footpath across the forest ridge to the summit plateau. The mountain features spectacular views of the surrounding moor landscape. It also has a 107-foot-tall (32.5-meter) observation tower, called Hornisgrinde Tower.
Mummelsee is a pretty lake on the southern mountainside of Hornisgrinde. The lake features exceptional views and a luxurious alpine-style hotel. Enjoy delicious cuisine at the hotel restaurant or take a paddleboat around the lake. Mummelsee is also near miles of hiking trails through picturesque forest areas.
The Northern Black Forest is located in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwestern Germany. Take the Schwarzwald-Bäderstraße (Black Forest Spa Route) through scenic valleys to historic villages and resort towns. The Northern Black Forest also features peaceful spa towns, such as Bad Wildbad and Baden-Baden. Alternatively, stay in Pforzheim, a large city at the Black Forest’s northern entrance.
Dine in a Michelin Star-decorated restaurant between exploring many vast natural areas in the Northern Black Forest.
First night I slept near the elevator Motor block on 7th floor, which kept me awake until 00h30 and woke me up at 6am. After complaining, they moved me to another room on the second night which was much better. On first night also there was no soap in the communal showers.
Walking distance to old town, through a nice park. Nice room with nice veranda. We opted not to eat the breakfast because it was far to expensive, and we noticed the dining room was empty.
We stayed in the part of the hotel that was once a monastery. Everything was new and modern. Only hint of the old times was an occasional floor board (under new, quality carpet) creaking, I am OK with that 100%. Outside high temp was around 70 F, and a little too warm inside sometimes. AC would have ...
First I was not sure while booking the hotel that in this price category I will find a really good hotel. But after arriving I was very positive surprised and they convinced me in finding very good hotels for a cheap price! I can recommend this hotel without limitation!!! This hotel offers always ...
Great location for access to the city. Lovely breakfast . Parking included which is always nice. Room was uncomfortable and a great view over the gardens.
Everything was good- clean, friendly and good breakfast. The only thing was the noise from the train outside, and the room in too small for 3 persons.
The Hotel is located conveniently in the commercial western area of Pforzheim. Windows are not soundproof, you can hear the traffic from the crossing in front of the Hotel.