Are you planning an outdoor trip to Germany? Why not try out glamping? I have put together a list of top 3 Glamping Germany sites that are worth a visit this summer.
The latest trend in camping is called “glamping.” Glamping is a form of camping that’s more luxurious than the traditional tent and sleeping bag. Glamping provides camping enthusiasts with a more comfortable experience.
Going glamping means you’ll be able to pack more luxury into your camping trip. You’ll get to choose from a range of accommodation options, including trailers, yurts and tents. You’ll get to enjoy all the creature comforts that you don’t usually get with traditional camping. Glamping is the perfect way to enjoy the great outdoors without sacrificing any of the comforts of home.
Glamping Germany offers a perfect opportunity to experience a new way of living. With glamping, people can enjoy the outdoors without the need for camping gear, as they are able to have a shower and a bathroom. Glamping in Germany is an excellent way to relax and unwind.
Top 3 Glamping Germany Sites
For anyone looking to get away from the daily hustle and bustle, look no further than these top 3 best glamping Germany sites: a perfect glamping getaway to Black Forest, a treehouse retreat in the forest land of Lower Saxony and a summerhouse at former vicarage of Re:hof Rutenberg.
1. Black Forest Glamping Germany
If you are looking for an escape to a different world, a place full of atmosphere and natural sounds, look no further than this amazing Black Forest glamping site. The site offers stays in unique and rustic tree tents, teepees and gondolas.
Willi combines sleeping on a water bed and a hammock, sleeps 2 and it is the highest of all tree tents and hangs at a height of 3m. If you are looking to sleep closer to the ground you can choose between Hans, Franz and Jacob.
Gisela gondola was used in a French ski resort until 3 years ago and offers a unique experience for 2. It comes with a double bed, a sun canopy and a small seating area in front.
Paul is a large teepee great for families of up to 4 with one double bed, 2 single beds and basic kitchen equipment. Shared facilities are just a short walk away and include kitchen, washing machines, showers and a compost toilet.
The Black Forest area offers an abundance of activities, including hiking, cycling, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, sailing and many more. A must visit if you are looking for natural beauty combined with fun activities.
2. Treehouse Glamping Germany
If you are looking for a unique forest glamping experience you should definitely visit the resort Baumgeflüster. The resort offers stays in treehouses set amongst forest woodland in Ammerland, Lower Saxony.
The 4 treehouses “Ammerland”, “Alps”, “Africa” and “Asia” sleep up to 4 people and are beautifully designed and self-contained. They come with suite-styled rooms, designer bathrooms, kitchenettes, underfloor heating, large windows with amazing views and a private patio.
The resort is easily accessible from the Airport of Bremen and to nearby towns with plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.
The area of Bad Zwischenahn is great for hiking and cycling with around 380 km of trails. And The Zwischenahner Meer, one of the most beautiful waters in Lower Saxony, is great for watersports.
3. Summerhouse Glamping Germany
This converted vicarage of Re:hof Rutenberg set in the beautiful Uckermark area offers a true getaway and gives you an opportunity to re-discover the simplicity of life.
The site offers a wide range of accommodation, including stables, summerhouses, a wheelchair accessible apartment in the farm building and a romantic apartment in the vicarage.
And not only that, the whole site will be available for you to explore. There is an old parish garden with fruits and vegetables, plenty of terraces, the sauna ensemble, fireplaces, an outdoor hot tub and the large barn converted to a hotel lounge and a farm shop with a variety of organic products, wine and homemade delights.
The summerhouses are an excellent choice and you can choose between Salix, Lupulus and Spinosa, named after the surrounding flora and fauna. Salix is made of cubes, with a 4 m panoramic window and a bed-cube ‘hovering’ above ground and offers stunning views.
Lupulus offers fantastic views of the forest and is excellent for wildlife watching, while Spinosa’s is great for sun worshippers and fans of fresh air.
Each summerhouse sleeps 2-3 people and comes with a double room and sofa bed, full kitchen, a bathroom with dry toilet and a wood burning stove. If you are looking to get back to nature, you should definitely pay a visit to the former vicarage of Re:hof Rutenberg this summer.