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from £489 per week
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from £435 per week
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from £419 per week
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Set high up in the hills, where the flourishing vineyards of the River Saar stagger the steep inclines, and imposing strips of trees line the landscape, Landal Warsberg is a true haven for holidaymakers. At the foot of the mountain, the small, riverside town of Saaburg can be accessed by chairlift or foot. There’s the old, crumbling ruins of a medieval castle to explore, as well as an enchanting waterfall and fun toboggan run down the river during summertime. Spend leisurely days swinging clubs at the miniature golf course, splashing in the pool or visiting the animals at the park’s zoos and safaris. Certified by the Green Key Award, Landal Warsberg is internationally recognised for its sustainable business in the hospitality sector. We’ll ensure your stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible, as well as doing our own bit for nature and society. It’s green all round here. With over 145 stylish and comfortable bungalows to choose from, there’s also the option of mobile homes. You can even set up your own camp if you like. It’s completely your choice. With terrace bars for adults and plenty of playgrounds for the kids, get everyone together for a special stay for all to remember. Just a few miles away, explore the green fields and waterside meadows that line the point where three country borders - Germany, France and Luxembourg - meet. And finish off for the day with a refreshing Turkish steam bath and meal at the Cafe Bistro. Book your next brilliant break with Landal today.
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Traditional, detached or attached villa with one double and two twin. Shower.
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Secluded, luxury safari tent. Living space includes a lounge corner, kitchen unit with microwave and coffee maker. One twin and one with bunks. One box bed in the living area. Shower, WC and wash basin. Electric heating.
Modernised, wooden bungalow with one double and one twin. Bath. Separate WC. Flat screen TV. Dishwasher.
It is the most beautiful relaxing place which is why we keep coming back!
Just returned from our week at Darwin Forest for February half term, which was fabulous. We stayed in a Chatsworth Elite 2 Bedroom lodge which was warm and toasty even though there were blizzard conditions outside for our first couple of days. From our welcome at Reception, to the staff at Evolution, and those running the activities we booked for our 8-year old (archery and waterwalkerz), everyone was friendly and helpful. There's plenty to do in the area, and we will definitely return. Thanks!!
We have never visited Darwin Forest Holiday Park before, but we had a fantastic holiday and were very impressed with how well the Park was organised and managed. The Lodge was exceptionally well equipped and furnished, as well as being spotlessly clean. The facilities on the site were excellent, especially the swimming pool and the the Foresters Restaurant. The surrounding countyside was ideal for walking, and we will definitely be coming back for another holiday.
Lovely stay, clean lodge, great location, would highly recommend
Love this place! Home from from with peace and relaxation. Lodges are well equipped, clean and inviting. Just hope it's popularity doesn't change anything.
This was one of the best holidays we've ever had and will definitely go again, we went to see the dark skies and hopefully the aurora borealis and were not disappointed. The lodge was great especially the hot tub which we loved , never having been in one before
We had such a fantastic time, my children lost their tiny minds with how wonderful the place was. Pool, park and squirrels what more could you ask for. The staff made the experience even better, from skilled archery instructor to extremely knowledgeable reception staff who helped us plan our weekend away even in the off season.
Lovely relaxing break. Hot tub was fab. Lovely lodge immaculate everything u need included
We had a fantastic 4days at Keilder. The lodge was lovely, very clean and warm. There was everything we needed and the staff were on hand when we requested information on the area. One of our party made use of the pool and sauna facilities. We ate in the bar/restaurant twice during our stay. The food was exceptionally good and reasonably priced. The area is outstanding with lovely walks straight from the lodge. No need to use your car if you want a complete break.. unfortunately it was cloudy day and night so we didn't see the dark skies but we will certainly be going back for another try. Thank you to the friendly staff who made sure we had a really good experience.
we ate out a couple times in the bar both times very good meals & good value for money leisure facilities were clean & well organised all staff very helpful
This vast, mountainous landscape provides explorers with plenty of opportunities for adventures in the great outdoors. Whether scaling cliff faces, running riot in a toboggan downhill or playing a game at the on-site basketball court, it’s hard to stay in all day with so much to see and do. Rent some bikes for the day. Take a dip in the pool. Swirl around the whirlpool for a while and finish off in the infrared cabin, while the kids expend any extra energy enjoying the waterslides.
If you don’t fancy cooking, don’t worry. We have plenty of places to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner. Enjoy some delicious, traditional German pancakes, with a piping hot mug of coffee in the morning. Or a lavish style dinner at the Cafe Bistro Woods, underneath the stars in the evening. And with take-away snack bars on-site too, you can think ahead and refuel any mid-hike hunger, during treks through the surrounding terrain.
During summertime, take part in the famed toboggan run. Participants will race down the winding hillside through beautiful vineyards, finally coming to a stop at the stunning city of Saarburg. The adventurous tour down will have your eyes watering as you pick up some thrilling speeds, but keep your eyes open as the views from here are magnificent.
Situated on the banks of the River Mosel, in between a valley of low, vine-covered hills of red sandstone, Trier is rumoured to be Germany’s oldest surviving city. Discover fantastical, gothic castles and cathedral walls, towering above the network of winding city centre pathways and back alleys. While looking out across the river provides breath-taking views of the vast landscapes that reach towards the wine regions, high in the hilltops and borders between Luxembourg and France.
Discover the fascinating landscapes of the Rivers Saar and Mosel. Take a trip upstream on a touring boat, learn about the land’s history and heritage, while drifting past local vineyards and meandering riverbends. Perfect for people of all ages, it’s all aboard for this exciting and educational trip along the waters.
Come face to face with some of nature’s most elusive and fierce animals at the Wolfspark Werner Freund. You’ll find several unique species from around the globe, roaming in their own individual enclosures. Meet the team that help to protect these beautiful beasts and pay a visit to the pups’ pen where, from time to time, Werner Freund raises the newest members of the pack.