Leisure and Region
The Cuckoo Clock, Dark Fir trees, Black Forest Cake and Black Forest Girl are the first associations around the world when it comes to the “Schwarzwald”, La Forêt-Noire or simply the Black Forest. In the south of the famous mountain range is St. Georgen on the Rhine-Danube watershed, which is why the town is referred to as "Scheitel Alemanniens" (Parting of Germany). The original Black Forest landscape, the numerous cultural attractions and many leisure activities in and around St. Georgen make the location an ideal starting point to explore the Black Forest region.
Experience St. Georgen
Situated at an altitude of 800 to 1000 meters, it is always bright and friendly here - which has earned the city the name "sunny mountain town".
Museums & History
In St. Georgen itself, you can experience cultural treasures of the Black Forest: gramophones and turntables from past centuries, technical and industrial history, contemporary art or relics from the monastery - but also rural tradition and customs.
The Hermann Papst Museum shows the life and work of the inventor Hermann Papst, whose name is on hundreds of patents covering various fields of technology.
- German Phonomuseum
Here the rich development history of the Phono technology is shown.
- Kunstraum Grässlin
A new form of the collector's museum. The collections are presented in the KUNSTRAUM GRÄSSLIN and in the SPACES FOR ART, which are spread over the entire urban area.
- Heimatmuseum „Schwarzes Tor“
See how people lived and worked in the 19th century.
- FAB – Forum am Bahnhof
An exhibition space especially for motorized vehicles of all kinds.
If you want to get up close and personal insights, how complex the production of flour was 400 years ago, you are exactly right in the restored Farm Mill.
At three locations, this collection of stones presents silent witnesses from the time of the defunct St. Georgen Monastery.
Sports & baths
Sports enthusiasts will find in St. Georgen and the surrounding area a wide range to be active. Whether current trend sports or traditional hiking, whether summer or winter, the rich sports offer is often used by locals and vacationers alike.
- Bathing fun & wellness
In addition to the Black Forest bathing paradise, where tropical temperatures and turquoise-blue waters await you, you will also find the Solemar with a Wellness Center, brine-thermal spring and Black Forest Sauna and the natural swimming pool Klosterweiher in the immediate vicinity.
- Active on tour
Whether it's a walk, a fitness trail, a Nordic walking tour, a hike or a bike tour: a well-developed and signposted network of trails takes you on varied routes through picturesque landscapes. On snowy days, the cross-country ski trails are groomed and up to 10 ski lifts open. Winter fun for all ages is guaranteed.
- On the green
A few kilometers from our hotel is the Golfclub Königsfeld. There is an 18-hole course and a 4-hole short course available from April to October. For our guests the green fees are reduced.
Trips & Events
Look forward to a varied vacation around St. Georgen. A drive through the Black Forest is an exciting journey into the past that is omnipresent in many places. But even the most modern cultural expectations are met brilliantly. The most beautiful discoveries in the vicinity - excursions in a one hour radius:
- Triberg waterfalls
Germany's highest waterfalls (163 vertical meters) are worth a visit.
- Europa Park Rust
Germany's largest amusement park. Open in every season - whether in summer, on Halloween or in winter.
- Worlds largest cuckoo clock
A cuckoo clock the size of a Black Forest house.
- Dorotheenhütte Wolfach
The last active manual glas manufacturing “Mundblashütte” of the Black Forest, where glassmakers and grinders can be looked over the shoulder.
- Sauschwänzlebahn Blumberg
The more than 100-year-old museum train travels through numerous tunnels and over historic viaducts through the Southern Black Forest Nature Park.
- Large international FIS winter sports events
Ski jumping World Cup, nordic combination World Cup, snowboard cross and much more - here winter sports fans will not be disappointed.
- thyssenkrupp test tower
In Rottweil stands the thyssenkrupp test tower, the highest visitor platform in Germany at 232 meters altitude. "Most beautiful nature panorama with view to the Alps". The visitor platform is open on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.
The KONUS guest card
Your personal trump card
With your check-in to the hotel you will receive the Schwarzwald guest card (Kurkarte).
This guest card is marked with the KONUS symbol and is thus - in addition to numerous other benefits - a free ticket. This means that you only pay the usual tourist tax (included in your room fee) and can use public transport (public transport) as often as you like during your stay.