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About Bad Dürkheim
Bad (meaning ‘bath’) Durkheim is a german spa town on the edge of the Palatine forest. It lies on the German ‘wine route’ close to the border with France. The town has seven mineral springs and by the early twentieth century was firmly established as a spa destination. There are a variety of things to do and see here. On the edge of the forest are the ruins of Limburg Abbey, an impressive relic dating back to the eleventh century. The local area was a popular hunting ground of old and lodges remain in various states of repair. A quirky feature is the ‘Durkheimer Reisenfass’ - a gigantic barrel which now doubles as a restaurant. The spa house is now home to the casino. The ‘graduation tower’ is a very impressive piece of engineering and at 330 metres long the biggest in Germany. The best places to stay in Bad Durkheim provide an ideal base for exploring the region and sampling the numerous wines.
- Ketschauer Hof is a gourmet’s treat - a ‘wine hotel’ in the middle of Germany’s wine country. It was formerly a manor house - now a smart hotel. Cookery lessons are available along with wine tastings and vineyard visits. The interiors are a blend of the modern and the traditional. There is also a first class Finnish spa.
Best Hotels in Bad Dürkheim
Ketschauer Hof 18 rooms from £176Bad Dürkheim
A gorgeous wine hotel in Germany's wine region. A large nobleman's manor house with contemporary chic interiors, a gourmet restaurant, wine tasting bistro, Finnish-style spa, and cookery lessons with the head chef. An ideal spot for wine connoisseurs and foodies.Good wine list - A wine hotel on the German wine route, it has its own cellar and tasting sessions.Foodies - Fabulous gourmet restaurant and extensive wine list.5* Luxury - Very high service standards.Sights nearby - Visit the vineyards.Recommended by - Small Luxury Hotels, Kiwi Collection
Weinhaus Henninger 13 rooms from £70Bad Dürkheim
A chic hotel siting on the edge of the charming little wine village of Kallstadt. Combining elements of traditional German hospitality with fresh, urbane interiors, this hotel is brimming with character. The perfect spot for a weekend of exploring one of Germany's most prolific wine growing regions.Local exploring - The ideal resting place for a tour of the vineyards of the Rhineland-Palatinate, the friendly staff will happily advise you.Great walks - Make the most of the beautiful walking trails in the surrounding Rhineland countryside.Traditional