At a glance the Romantik Hotel FreiWerk
Ritter von Kempski private hotels has been approved as a model project for safe tourist travel in Germany. In the field of tourism, the "Romantik Hotel FreiWerk" will be allowed to reopen on 16 April 2021 for an initial period of 4 weeks and offer tourist accommodation. Learn More
The FreiWerk: Your VIP Box in Nature’s Theatre
Located above the rooftops of the charming half-timbered town of Stolberg and surrounded by the gentle murmur of Harz nature, the 4-star Romantik Hotel FreiWerk welcomes its guests. Ritter von Kempski Privathotels has shown great attention to detail and an assured sense of style in architecture and interior design in the expansion of the hotel. FreiWerk effortlessly succeeds in combining history and modernity; tradition and zeitgeist.
In the newly created extension, guests in the FreiBlick (unimpeded view) rooms enjoy the feeling of being very close to nature – it almost seems as if the boundaries between indoors and outdoors are being blurred. Besides the location in the wild idyllic and densely wooded southern Harz Mountains, a small but fine wellness area in the hotel and the restaurant “20zwanzig”, which scores with its excellent cuisine and discreet service, ensure relaxation and gourmet delights.
The young dedicated FreiWerk team places great value on being genuine and creates a feel-good atmosphere for its guests. 30 individually designed and tailored hotel rooms in the historic half-timbered villa, the coach house and the modern extension give each room a special soul. Guests’ favourite places include the lounge and the terrace, from where you can listen to the whisper of the trees.
The Romantik Hotel FreiWerk is more than just a hotel. It is a refuge away from the hustle-and-bustle, a place to recharge your batteries and to let yourself be spoiled. This is where mountain climbers meet cultural discoverers, and architectural admirers meet bon viveurs. Feel the magic attraction of the Harz Mountains, enjoy unique views, discover legendary places, fairytale alleyways with half-timbered houses, important cultural treasures and sites of rich history!
Dr. Clemens Ritter von Kempski