Wonderfully quiet – and yet central
The “Landhäuser BergWiese” resort is newly built and was classified in 2014 with 5 stars – the highest rating – by the German Tourism Association (DTV). The complex comprises two apartments (86 to 65 square meters) and two 80 square meter log cabins, an outdoor sauna hut, barbecue hut and a combined mountain bike / ski storage shed for the safe housing of sports equipment.
Despite the quiet location on the outskirts of the town, the center of St. Andreasberg, the ski slopes and many cross-country ski trails are very close.
A five minute walk away are the wellness centres and spa gardens or toboggan and snow tubing rails with ski lifts. Shopping for daily needs, restaurants, doctors’ offices and pharmacies are also only a few minutes walk away.
South-facing slope with a beautiful views
The “Landhäuser BergWiese” with its southern slope offers magnificent views of the picturesque landscape of the Upper Harz all year round. Secluded corners and resting places in the garden, on the balconies or terraces invite you to relax and unwind. All the log cabins and apartments are very comfortably furnished and decorated with great care and attention to detail. The numerous extras and amenities on the natural unspoilt property reflect the personal style of the owner: whether spending a holiday together with friends or a vacation with the whole family – you will feel completely at ease!
Health resort of St. Andreasberg: a World Heritage site
The climatic health resort of St. Andreasberg, with an altitude of up to 900 meters, is the highest mountain town in Upper Harz. Surrounded by a well-established skiing and hiking area, St. Andreasberg offers a wealth of attractions in the town and in the surrounding highlands.
The historic Samson silver mine pit in St. Andreasberg was recognized in 2010 by UNESCO as part of the World Heritage. Definitely worth a visit: the pit has one of the oldest still working man engines in the world.
Upper Harz National Park – there is plenty to explore
With its moors, forests and lakes, the Harz National Park offers unique experiences for active people of all ages. The thermal baths and the World Heritage imperial city of Goslar are also worth the visit, and for hikers awaits the “Brocken”, with good 1140 meters above sea level the highest mountain in northern Germany. Centuries of history comes alive in Goslar, Wernigerode, Quedlinburg, Blankenburg and other picturesque villages in western and eastern Harz; by city tours under expert guidance, you will discover the most beautiful corners and places.