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Set on the sloping hills of the Black Forest, and surrounded by dramatic mountain scenery, Baiersbronn is famous for its gastronomic focus, with this small town boasting a total of 8 Michelin stars between 3 famous restaurants, and countless other smaller, traditional eateries to explore. In the winter months the snowy conditions bring many enthusiastic skiers and snowboarders to the slopes, and you'll find a small, friendly resort that's ideal for intermediate skiers who want to learn new skills. You can also enjoy the spa facilities of the town, with plenty of ways to relax and unwind after a long day in the snow.

Things to see

From downhill skiing to snow walking, tobogganing to cross country, there are many winter sports available in the town, and you can even enjoy night skiing under a blanket of stars and floodlights. Many of the activities available in Baiersbronn focus on the great outdoors, and in the summer months you can hire a Segway, take a long hike, or manoeuvre your mountain bike through the melted ski trails. Once the snow goes away, the town is lush and green, with large grassy areas and tall pine trees, and you can enjoy some of the modern spas and outdoor pools that have both fun facilities for kids, and serious spa therapies for adults who need to unwind.

Hotels in Baiersbronn

Those visiting the area will often be looking for luxury hotels in Baiersbronn where they can be pampered, enjoy the finest restaurants, and take some time off from the world. You'll find 4 and 5 star accommodation that's ideal for a short break or longer holiday, with hotel features such as buffet breakfasts, restaurants, bars, lounges, and room service. There are also plenty of family-friendly Baiersbronn hotels which have rooms with rollaway beds, or connecting guestrooms for larger groups, and you'll find plenty of extra amenities for your stay such as coffee makers, separate sitting areas, private bathrooms with hair dryers, satellite television, and free WiFi so that you can stay in touch with everyone back home.

Where to stay

The small town of Baiersbronn is famous for its Michelin starred restaurants, and there are a range of eateries to sample when you stay here. You'll find luxury restaurants with white linen and exquisite cuisine, as well as more traditional lodges with wood panelled walls serving the best in local dishes. In amongst the hills you'll find log cabins with bars that are busy during aprés-ski hours, with log fires and local beers on tap. The town also has a few small, independent stores in the centre, with ski shops for those last minute purchases.

How to get to Baiersbronn

Stuttgart Airport is one of the most convenient arrival points, and it is just a 75 minute drive from Baiersbronn, with flights arriving from major cities across the world on a regular basis. Both rental cars and taxis are available in the terminal, as well as private shuttle services that can be booked in advance. Another option is to take the train to central Stuttgart, and then pick up the service to nearby Freudenstadt Hbf, with local buses that can take you to the centre of Baiersbronn.