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  • Free parking
  • Beer garden in summertime
  • Sauna
  • WLAN for our guests
  • table football (gitoni)
  • Billard (Pool)

recommended on hc 2016


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Feel good all round for us - whether you spend a weekend or a holiday with us. Hiking, biking, cross-country skiing (the access to the cross-country ski-track is behind our house) or just relax. Experience with us all four seasons. Hammerbrücke in the Vogtland - near Klingenthal located - is the ideal starting point for hikers in summer and cross-country skiers in winter.

In the Vogtland and Erzgebirge mountains visitors can enjoy fresh air, a "battery recharge" and beauty treatments at any time of year. Anyone seeking relaxing spa breaks or health treatments in attractive facilities set within a rich cultural landscape, Saxony is unbeatable.

Our House offers the following facilities:

  • 2 Single rooms
  • 6 Double rooms
  • 5 Double rooms with option for extra beds
  • 1 Suite
  • sauna
  • lawn for sunbathing
  • deck chairs
  • table tennis
  • renting bicycles, skis and toboggans (sledges)
  • Country inn (35 seats), Winter Garden (30 seats), restaurant or meeting room (40 seats), beer garden with barbecue (50 seats)
  • Table football (gitoni) and Billard (Pool)

Our services also include free parking, a free Shuttle Service from our Hotel to the railway station (and return) for our guests who will be travel by train. Furthermore we can arrange riding lessons, coach rides and sleigh rides.


The good condition of the roads in the Vogtland and Erzgebirge makes the region also attractive for motorcyclists. Still, the Vogtland and Erzgebirge is for motorcyclists a insider tip at present. The landscape of low mountains up to 1200m high mountains and the sometimes wild valleys are a true biker's paradise. Your host can give good advice.

We are looking forward to your visit!

Best regards, your family Albert.