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An oasis of tranquility, Quellenhof lies at the heart of the spa gardens and the surrounding Maisental, an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Begin your explorationshere – stroll along a network of flat trails through sweetly fragrant orchards and meadows, or hike through the summits of the Swabian Alb.

In the winter months, discover this marvelous landscape from one of our many adjoining Nordic skiing trails.

Bad Urach´s spa facilites are on your doorstep: The Kurmittelhaus (the wellness and therapy center), as well as the thermal and mineral spa are accessible by a short walk through the spa gardens.

A few places of interest in and around Bad Urach:

Bad Urach

Thermal springs:
Rediscover the healing power of water

Waterfall:
Cascading over a 100-foot limestone cliff

Residencial Palace:
Former residence of the Count Württemberg

Castle Ruin Hohenurach:
Constructed by the Count of Urach in the 11th century

Gramophone-Museum:
Audio-recording devices from the beginnings up until today in the city museum Klostermühle

Metzingen (7 miles)

Nur 11 km entfernt vom Hotel liegt Metzingen

Outlets:
Bargain shopping: Hugo Boss, Esprit, Strenesse, Joop, etc.

Martinskirche:
Gothic hall church

Wine Museum:
The history of local winemaking

Fruittreemuseum
Experience a cidery firsthand

Marbach (11 miles)

State Stud Marbach:
The oldest national stud in the heart of the biosphere park Swabian Alb

Lichtenstein (15 miles)

Castle Lichtenstein
Former hunting lodge in the EchazValley

Ruin Old-Lichtenstein:
Former headquarters of the Lords of Lichtenstein

Johanneskirche:
Gothik church with many frescos

Nebelhöhle:
A 1200-foot long stalactite cavern

Wilhelm-Hauff-Museum:
Documenting the literary works of the Swabian poet Wilhelm Hauff

Adventure Park:
A highwire playground in the woods - swing through the trees at dazzling heights

Blaubeuren (22 miles)

Blautopf:
A carstic spring at the eastern edge of the Swabian Alb

Prehistoric Museum:
Development of stone age culture

Zwiefalten (24 miles)

Monastery:
Former Bendedictine abbey

Cathedral:
Late baroque period, constructed by Joh. Michael Fischer