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Freudenstadt
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3 Sterne   / 14 Zimmer
Schwarzwaldstraße 140 , 72250 Freudenstadt, Deutschland
Landhaus Karin    
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In ruhiger, sonniger Lage im Bezirk Lauterbad in Freudenstadt begrüßt Sie das Landhaus Karin zu einem erfrischenden Urlaub im Schwarzwald. Die unmittelbare Umgebung lädt zum Wandern, Radfahren, Skifahren und Golf ein. Entspannen Sie auch im hoteleigenen Wellnessbereich Hakuna Matata mit Sauna und Whirlpool. Die modernen Zimmer des Landhaus Karin sind mit Sat-TV und allem modernen Komfort ausgestattet.

Hotel Lage

  • Radweg

Hotel Services

  • Parkplatz
  • Haustiere erlaubt
  • Internet in Lobby
  • Kabelloses LAN /WIFI

Zimmerservice

  • Nichtraucher
  • Tresor

Freizeitmöglichkeiten

  • Park/Garten
  • Golf
  • Wintersportmöglichkeiten

Kreditkarten

  • American Express
  • Euro/Master Karte
  • Visa
  • MAESTRO
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Sonntag 11.09
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Dienstag 13.09
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Mittwoch 14.09
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Freudenstadt:

Freudenstadt is a town in Baden-Württemberg in southern Germany. It is capital of the district Freudenstadt. The closest population centres are Offenburg to the west (approx. 36 km away) and Tübingen to the east (approx. 47 km away). The city lies on a high plateau at the east edge of the north Black Forest, and is well known for its fresh air. Its city centre is famous as the largest market place in Germany. After Horb, it is the second largest city of the Freudenstadt district. The city has an administration partnership with the communities Bad Rippoldsau-Schapbach and Seewald. Freudenstadt is a climatic health resort of international renown. In the 19th and 20th centuries, visitors of note included George V of the United Kingdom, the Queen of Sweden, John D. Rockefeller, and even the American writer Mark Twain. With its many hotels and guest houses, and its high-class cuisine, Freudenstadt remains a popular vacation spot for Germans from every part of the country. Among the many Germans of note who considered Freudenstadt a second home was the justice inspector Friedrich Kellner whose WWII diary is the subject of a Canadian documentary.

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