Your Wellness hotel in the Bike paradies waldecker-Land
Restaurants & largest beer garden in Bad Arolsen
EXCLUSIVE SERVICES FOR CYCLISTS
Bicycle stand in front of the house
Dry parking spaces in the underground car park
information material at the reception
Packed lunches for cyclists
Breakfast buffet rich in vitamins and carbohydrates
Charger for E-Bikes
ALL DAY TOURS
AROUND OUR HOTEL
Do you prefer a bike tour with maximum comfort? Then spend several days in our hotel and go on new bike tours day after day to explore the cultural and scenic highlights of the region. The best thing about it? You don't need to transport any luggage and come back to us in the evening.
THE MOST POPULAR
ROUTES IN The Waldecker-Land
Cycle path R1
Get to know Bad Arolsen and the districts of Mengeringhausen, Braunsen, Wetterburg and Helsen during an approx. 20 km long bike tour on our R1 circular cycle route. This is an easy cycle path that only rises sharply at the beginning of the last third.
Distance: 19,8 km | Difficulty level: easy
Cycle path Bad Arolsen to Diemelsee
Moderately difficult cycle path (approx. 30 km) starting at the Bad Arolsen train station and ending at the Diemelsee Tourist Information Office. During the bike tour, the places of Massenhausen, Vasbeck, Adorf, Rhenegge and, on arrival at the destination, the Diemelsee invite you to visit.
Distance: 29,7 km | Difficulty: easy
Cycle path Oranier
The Orange Route is a fascinating touristic voyage of discovery to the Dutch and German cities and regions that are historically connected to the House of Orange-Nassau.
The first stage of the Orange Bicycle Route begins in Nassau and takes you to Diez an der Lahn. The destination of the next stage is Braunfels with its castle, which sits majestically on the basalt hill with its many towers and battlements. The next day we continue to the half-timbered town of Dillenburg. From there you drive through the charming low mountain range to Frankenberg. On the Ederauenweg you get to Herzhausen and from there continue on the R5 along the south side of the Edersee to Waldeck. The last stage runs on the R6 to Bad Arolsen. The bike tour ends in the baroque city, located in the heart of the Waldecker Land.
Distance: 381 km | Difficulty: challenging