Choose Bavarian Forest Holiday Homes and Bavarian Forest Holiday Lettings
For a wonderful holiday spent in close contact with the best that nature has to offer, you could head to the Bavarian Forest holiday rentals in southeast Germany. From its founding in 1970, the Bavarian Forest is now sprawled over 243 square kilometres. At its current size, it is the biggest unbroken piece of protected forest in Central Europe.
Living in the numerous Bavarian Forest holiday rentals during a well-deserved holiday can see you enjoying the best of natural forests and enjoying a serene wander under canopies of leaves along well marked trails. You can walk on footpaths, cycle on cycling routes and even go on cross country ski trails to enjoy the beauty and unique natural splendour of the Bavarian Forest. Within the region of this forest, there is diverse nature to discover, such as the beautiful glacial lake, Lake Rachelsee. Some of the Bavarian Forest holiday rentals can also be ideal places for birdwatchers to stay in.
Bavarian Forest Holidays - relax and rejuvente your mind, body and soul under cover of the Bavarian Forest
While staying in Bavarian Forest holiday cottages you can also make a journey up to the Great Arber, which is the highest mountain in the region. Its height of 1,456 metres is ideal for climbers looking for a physical challenge and from the mountain's summit you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the forest area around. Most of the time spent on a holiday here will be spent on marvelling at the natural wonders of the Bavarian Forest. Staying in the many Bavarian Forest holiday rentals can give you an opportunity to take in the Valley of the Ilz and the lakes in the region. You can also see the Pfahl, which is a rock formation stretching for a distance of 150 kilometres. If you like the picturesque natural landscape of the Bavarian Forest, you will love a stay in South Lake Balaton Villas, or Western Fjords Holiday Cottages.
Bavarian Forest Cottage Rentals - an authentic taste of Germany traditions, culture and way of life
Bavarian Forest holiday rentals will also give you a chance to visit some animal parks in Ludiwgsthal, Neuschonau and Lohberg. There is also the Devil’s Table, which is a mountain in the Bavarian Forest. Another way of taking in the Bavarian Forest is by going on the different kinds of walkways here - the Canopy Walkway and the theme-based walkways of Seelensteig and Watzlik-Hain are well worth the time and effort! There is also the St. Oswald Museum, which you can visit while staying in the Bavarian Forest holiday rentals to gain an unmissable insight into the history of the region. There is also the Celtic village near Ringelai and several castles and churches to visit, like the Wolftstein Castle and the Maria Himmelfahrt Church. Another excellent place to experience nature at its finest is Šolta island Villas, sit back, relax and gaze in wonder at the bays, orchards, coves, beaches and mountains of Šolta Island.
What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in the Bavarian Forrest are apartment rentals and house rentals. We search from more than 4,006 accommodations in the Bavarian Forrest to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €43 per night. Most house rentals in the Bavarian Forrest are 114 m² and apartment rentals are 70 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in the Bavarian Forrest?
If you are traveling with your pet, we have the perfect solution: Apartment rentals are the most pet-friendly accommodations in the Bavarian Forrest. On average a pet-friendly rental costs €125 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
Yes, we definitely have accommodations for groups in the Bavarian Forrest. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.