The St. Antonius restaurant, the rustic Georgstube and the beer garden know to delight with French-inspired specialties of the region and traditional fresh cuisine.

Price from 82 EUR

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At a glance the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof

On the historic estate of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof, guests can enjoy beautiful, rural surroundings in the direct vicinity of the French border. The hotel rooms are furnished with great taste and attention to detail. The idyllic hotel gardens, the day spa, as well as the adjoining falconry, hunting school and horse boarding facilities contribute to the charm of the 4-star- hotel in Überherrn and provide an ambience of rest and relaxation.

The varied cuisine with an extra shot of sophistication provides its guests with culinary delights from fresh and seasonal ingredients. The St. Antonius restaurant and the rustic Georgstube know to delight with a combination of French-inspired specialties of the region and traditional fresh cuisine. Guests can enjoy the warm summer days under the old chestnut trees in the beer garden.

The Romantik Hotel Linslerhof in Überherrn
The Romantik Hotel Linslerhof in Überherrn
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Room of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
Room of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
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Restaurant of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
Restaurant of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
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The Romantik Hotel Linslerhof in the evening
The Romantik Hotel Linslerhof in the evening
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Room of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
Room of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
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Garden of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
Garden of the Romantik Hotel Linslerhof
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Free wifi Parking area Pets allowed Sauna Fitness Quit location Meeting rooms Terrace Lift

Great day trips include: The city of Saarlouis, built by King Louis XIV, Saarbrücken, the imperial city of Metz, the Saar Bow, the Völklingen Ironworks (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Trier – the oldest German city, the tripoint with France and Luxembourg and many other attractions.

„Culinary delights and relaxation in the border triangle”
Brigitte & Wendelin von Boch-Galhau