Featured hotels in Eifel

  • £71

    Average price per night

    Chalet Bungalowpark Schnee-Eifel, Sellerich
    Description Set in Sellerich in the Rhineland-Palatinate region, Chalet Bungalowpark Schnee-Eifel has a terrace. Guests staying at this chalet have access to a fully equipped kitchen.
  • £130

    Average price per night

    Apartment Feriendorf Reinskopf 2, Schönecken
    Description Apartment Feriendorf Reinskopf 2 is situated in Schönecken. The accommodation features free WiFi. The apartment consists of 2 bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom. A TV is available.
  • £101

    Average price per night

    Apartment Blick Zu Luxemburg 1, Rodershausen
    Description Apartment Blick Zu Luxemburg 1 is set in Rodershausen and offers barbecue facilities. The accommodation is 42 km from Luxembourg.
  • Huth


    Description Huth is set in Olzheim and offers a garden and a terrace. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to a fully equipped kitchen. The holiday home is equipped with a TV.
  • £323

    Average price per night

    Holiday home Majolire 2, Lambertsberg
    Description Holiday home Majolire 2 is set in Lambertsberg and offers barbecue facilities and a garden. This property offers access to free WiFi.
  • £703

    Average price per night

    Waldstube, Einruhr



    Description Located in Einruhr, Waldstube provides self-catering accommodation with a terrace and free WiFi. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to a fully equipped kitchen.

Eifel highlights

Hike the volcanic landscape of the Eifel Trail
Explore Eifel’s impressive volcanic landscape on hiking and bicycle trails. Stare in wonder at vivid blue crater lakes, ancient lava flows and escaping plumes of steam.
Visit Aachen: the Spa of Kings
Heated by underground thermal power, the water is always warm in Aachen! Treat yourself at the indulgent Carolus Spa, or visit the Imperial Cathedral built in 796 AD.
Marvel Monschau’s half-timbered houses
Monschau’s unique half-timbered houses are a mosaic of white and beige. Wander winding alleys to discover the city’s castle or the Rotes Haus (textile) Museum.
Explore ancient bogs in High Fens National Park
Located on the German-Belgian border, this nature park is home to moorland and raised bogs, some over 10,000 years old. Keen eyes will appreciate the array of flora and fauna.
Catch motorsport action at Nürburgring
Nürburgring motorsports complex is one of the Formula 1’s premier tracks. With a history dating back to 1925, the venue also has a shopping mall, bars and a fairground.
Saunter through the spa town of Bad Münstereifel
This medieval town oozes charm, with well-preserved historic sites like Red Rathaus (town hall). There’s also a castle and Roman lime kilns dating back to the 3rd Century.
Hop to it: Bitburger Brewery
Discover where that beer in your stein came from at the Bitburger Brewery. Learn how hops are harvested and then crafted into the liquid gold you love to sip.
Cruise the Kyll Cycle Route
The Kyll Cycle Route is an easy scenic ride along the lovely Kyll River. Northern Eifel will stun you with its lakes, meadows and volcanic peaks covered in woodland.
Connect with nature on the Eifelstieg Trail
Trek beneath towering trees,and feel engulfed by the natural beauty of the Eifelstieg Trail. 313 km long, this hiking route offers pristine and changing landscapes.
Taste the gingery goodness of traditional Printen
Originating in Aachen in the 1400s, Printen are yummy gingercake-like biscuits. Visit the Noblis store for the original or modern versions smothered in chocolate or nuts.

Forests, Castles and Quaint Villages Built on Volcanic Foundations

Situated in Germany and bordering Luxembourg and Belgium, the Eifel region supplies remote forests, picturesque valleys and remnants of a prehistoric volcanic landscape. It runs as far south as The Moselle River and east until the Rhine.

A big feature of the northern part of this region is the Eifel National Park. Nature lovers, cyclists and cross country skiers will love the many paths zigzagging through the dense forests and past glistening lakes.

There are many castles in the region to please the history buffs. Medieval castles such as Lissingen Castle, with its surrounding moat, and Eltz Castle are fine examples that have never been destroyed. The ruinous castles in Manderscheid showcase the ruthless side of history.

The quaint fairy tale village of Monschau, with its well-preserved wooden buildings, is like an open-air museum of how life was 300 years ago.

In contrast to the historical and natural beauty of yesteryear is a modern addition that attracts a completely different visitor. Petrol heads can gather together at the demanding Nürburgring racetrack, which hosts the Formula One Grand Prix every second year and other motorsports events.

Booking.com has a large range of accommodation options in the Eifel region. Holiday homes, villas and guest houses are popular for that family getaway or there are many hotels and apartments at reasonable prices.

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