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Schlossberghütte in Bad Teinach

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The Schlossberghütte Bad Teinach offers a great stop for hikers. The typical Black Forest hut is not only something special for hikers, but also for lovers of pleasure.

The kitchen team at the Schlossberghütte attaches great importance to regional and high-quality ingredients. Tasty appetizers such as the G' Schwenkte farmer's bratwurst with farmer's bread or a smoked trout fillet are served. Classic main dishes include the homemade sausage salad with onions, cucumber strips and farmer's bread or the stewed pork cheeks with marjoram jus.

The location of the cottage is a dream

As you can already guess, the log cabin is located directly on the Schlossberg and connects directly to the hiking trail. Not only a great view of the Teinachtal awaits you, but also a pleasant forest air.

If you arrive by car, you can reach the hut in about 15 - 25 minutes on foot from the nearby parking lots in Bad Teinach. Several routes and exact descriptions can easily be found on their website: https://www.hotel-therme-teinach.de/de/header/anfahrt

Opening hours

You should always inquire about the current opening times. The Schlossberghütte is currently open regularly on Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 16:30 p.m.

It is also possible to book the Schlossberghütte for entire events. Would you like a total package with breakfast, lunch and dinner? Or should it just be coffee and cake? It is very easy to make a booking online on the website of the local hotel spa. Strictly speaking, the hut is also part of the hotel thermal baths and not independent.

The log cabin offers pretty much everything your heart desires. A must for every enthusiastic hiker is not only the abundance of hiking trails, but the optimal location provides a great experience for visitors of all kinds or offers a corresponding added value. The delicious food is available regionally and can therefore no longer be surpassed in terms of sustainability.

Images courtesy of Stefan Asal - Datacreate Asal and Schloßberghütte