Saarland, named after the river, is located in the border triangle next to Luxembourg and France. Germany's smallest state, with its vast forests and romantic towns, is not only a paradise for hikers and cyclists, but also for lovers of industrial archaeology and Celtic and Roman remains. On the small Bostalsee Lake, with its excellent water quality, lies the Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa, with its refreshing decor, spacious wellness and natural cuisine. The Seezeitlodge, which means enjoying the good life all year round.
Caractère customers will receive drink when they arrive.
The hotel is open all year except the 2nd and 3rd week of January.
This hotel has 83 rooms and 14 suites.
Check-in is from 3 pm. Check-out is at 11 am.
From 430 euros, half board basis.
Following the Celtic model, the Seezeitlodge is architecturally precisely aligned with the course of the summer and winter solstices and also picks up the equinoxes in spring and autumn. Three shiny copper bands on the floor running through the interior and exterior spaces mark the axes.
The spacious rooms are bathed in light with their modern decor in an authentic and casual lodge style. You wake up in a four-poster bed, make a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy a beautiful view of the lake, pond or forest from the terrace. The bathrooms have bathtubs or showers, as well as slippers and bathrobes for going to the spa.
In the Seezimmer Lieblingsblick you not only enjoy a wide view of the Peterberg, but also the evening sun as well as the sunset. The spacious family rooms have two separate bedrooms, including one adorably furnished children's room with 2 separate beds.
The heated indoor and outdoor infinity-style pool offers a beautiful view of Bostalsee Lake. With its 23-meter length, you can comfortably swim laps there. Relax on a very spacious panoramic terrace with loungers. There is also the 560 m² natural swimming pond with native aquatic plants and natural generation areas that ensure clear water.
During your stay, you have free use of the 5,000 m² Seezeit spa. Go for 100% relaxation in the various indoor saunas or enjoy the outdoor Celtic sauna village. Chill out in a "yurt", a nomadic tent with a fireplace, in a rocking hanging chair or in one of the cosy relaxation areas. In addition, opt for treatments based on the ancient Celtic knowledge of the rhythm of life and the seasons, with medicinal herbs and plants. There is a free fitness and activity program including yoga classes and Nordic walking. Explore the area while walking on the 6.8-km-long path along the lake and rent bicycles or e-bikes through the hotel. On the lake you can practice various water sports such as pedalo, sailing, surfing, stand-up paddling and rowing. About 5 km away is an 18-hole golf course.
Children of all ages are welcome here.
The Lumi restaurant is a wonderful place full of atmosphere and light. Ever-present is the great view of nature being the best flavour enhancer.
Pick your favourite casual chic outfit.
You start the day with an excellent breakfast buffet including homemade bread, fresh fruit juice, homemade granola and à la minute egg dishes. In the afternoon, a light lunch or snack is available. Complimentary smoothies and pastries with coffee or tea are offered in the afternoon. You will stay on half-board basis. Chef Daniel Schöfisch and his team will let you taste a 3-course menu with light, natural dishes and seasonal flavors. Minimal, but refined. The ingredients come from local suppliers, the flavourful herbs are hand-picked from their own herb garden and they have their own mushroom farm. In Bar Nox, featuring a fireplace, you can try cocktails based on Celtic herbs and the house-made gin, among other things. In good weather, enjoy your meal or aperitif outside.
Seezeitlodge Hotel enjoys a quiet and panoramic location near Lake Bostalsee. The famous Celtic ring wall in Otzenhausen is 16 km away, the Hunsrück-Hochwald National Park is 20 km away. The Cloef atrium in Mettlach is 54 km away. A treetop walkway takes you to the observation tower from which you enjoy breathtaking views of the Saarschleife, Germany's most famous river bend. The 30-meter-high Saar polygon of Ensdorf is 50 km away. The former iron smelter Völklinger Hütte is at 59 meters.
There is free parking at the hotel. For a carport you pay 8 euros per day on-site. Charging points for electric cars are provided.
The new Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa is a haven for the senses. The beautiful modern decor, the pristine location between forest and lake, the delicious cuisine and the award-winning Spa concept make this place an experience. Ideal for long stays or an invigorating weekend getaway all year round.