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DIE SONNE FRANKENBERG

Marktplatz 2-4

D-35066 Frankenberg / Eder

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On the road again

We would be more than happy to work out an individual route for you and your classic car-loving friends. Simply contact us if you are interested. Our Events Department will be glad to provide you with personal recommendations for your trip, including watering holes along the way and a supporting programme.

Route 1

Kellerwald-Edersee route

  1. Your starting point is Die Sonne Frankenberg.
  2. Mohnhausen: Is a district of Haina, and better known today as the birthplace of the painter Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, also known as “Goethe Tischbein”.
  3. Haina: Here you will find one of the most well-preserved Cistercian nunneries in Germany.
  4. Bergfreiheit: This “Snow White Village” is located in the middle of one of the largest areas of deciduous beech forest in Europe. The story of the picturesque mountain village is told in its small mining museum.
  5. Oberurff-Schiffelborn: On this route, you drive past a castle and four beautiful mansions. The oldest, from 1445, served as a backdrop for the German TV play “A summer that was a winter
  6. Rehbach: The Fischerhütte restaurant situated right on the shores of the lake is perfect for eating fresh fish.
  7. Schloss Waldeck: The castle also houses a hotel and a restaurant in addition to the castle museum.
    From the public viewing terrace, you have a wonderful view over the Edersee and the lower Eder valley
  8. The last stop before you return to Frankenberg̈: Kellerwald-Edersee National Park Centre is located approx. 2 km behind Herzhausen. The mixture of imaginative stagings and high-tech offers extraordinary insights into the wilderness that makes up Kellerwald.
Route 2

The Sauerland route

  1. Your starting point is Die Sonne Frankenberg.
  2. Sackpfeife: With an altitude of 673 m, it is the highest elevation in the area. A short footpath ̈leads from the car park through an old beech forest to the Kaiser Wilhelm II observation tower.
  3. Bad Berleburg: With Berleburg Castle, residence of ̈the Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg royal family. A walk through the castle park with its ancient trees and a small detour to the bistro in the castle park are really worthwhile!
  4. Jagdhaus (hunting lodge): Insider tip: Schäferhof Inn! Over a high road, you reach the Schäferhof Inn which serves regional specialties. If you are lucky, you may even encounter a wild bison.
  5. Grafschaft: The Grafschaft health resort, with its numerous half-timbered houses, is mainly ̈known for its nunnery.
  6. Oberkirchen: One of the most beautiful villages in North Rhine-Westphalia: Be sure to make a stop at Schütte Inn, which has belonged the same family for 18 generations, since 1460.
  7. Westfeld: Insider tip: Cafe Backes! A welcoming cafe serving homemade cakes and pastries only.
  8. Winterberg: The ‘St. Moritz of the North’: Winter sports resort with bobsleigh, toboggan run and fantastic leisure facilities, and not only interesting in winter.
  9. Dalwigksthal an der Orke: Lichtenfels Castle, which was built around 800 years ago and is in private ownership, thrones over the village. The Gothic choir of its medieval chapel is still preserved.
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Route 3

Upland Sauerland route

  1. Your starting point is Die Sonne Frankenberg.
  2. Oberkirchen: One of the most beautiful villages in North Rhine-Westphalia: Be sure to make a stop at Schütte Inn, which has belonged to the same family for 18 generations, since 1460.
  3. Waldemai: GInsider tip: Gallery Klute! The sculpture park next to the ornamental blacksmith is well worth the detour.
  4. Bruchhausen is one of the most enchanting villages in the Olsberg area of the High Sauerland district. The 1,000-year-old moated castle is still owned by the Fürstenberg-Gaugreben family today.
  5. Willingen offers a variety of tourist attractions, a magnificent low mountain landscape, a healthy climate, a varied gastronomy, numerous leisure and sports facilities, and the largest gondola lift north of the Alps. A must-see: Siggi’s Hütte on Ettelsberg mountain.
  6. Usseln: The Graf Stolberg Hütte hiker’s inn is located in a particularly scenic setting and provides a beautiful view from the western climb towards Kahlen Pön near Usseln. With a car, you can park in the hiking car park on the knoll, 200 metres away from the hut.
Sonne Frankenberg
Hotel Die Sonne Frankenberg
Marktplatz 2-4
35066 Frankenberg (Eder)
+49 (0) 64 51 / 750-0
info@sonne-frankenberg.de