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Summer, sun and Lake Constance

Comfortable, modernised and child-friendly: the Lindau Family Youth Hostel is located in the middle of a paradise setting between Lake Constance, mountain peaks and vineyards.

Lindau Youth Hostel at Lake Costance

SPONSORED STORY The town on the eastern shore of the “Swabian Sea” and its gently sloping hinterland are an attractive holiday destination for families. Culture, bathing, excursions, the historic island town of Lindau and, in the background, the great mountain panorama, promise a whole host of experiences and impressions.

The listed “Rosenhof” near Lindau-Reutin station is one of the most attractive youth hostels in Bavaria. The old town is only a fifteen-minute walk away. There are 244 beds in 71 comfortable rooms for guests. The family apartments are located in the family wing; they all have a shower and WC. Six rooms are also equipped to meet the needs of wheelchair users.

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Sealife or Playland

The youth hostel itself offers a wide range of activities for families with children. Children’s playground and play area, table football, play room, table tennis, billiards and bistro are just some of the leisure facilities directly on the premises.

The surrounding area offers many possibilities for activities: swimming, mini-golf, mountain biking, canoeing, surfing, sailing or on the football field.

The mountains are on the doorstep and invite you to go hiking, or in winter to enjoy tobogganing, skiing or snowboarding. Excursion destinations include the “Pfänder”, a thousand-metre-high lookout mountain with views of Lake Constance and countless Alpine peaks, Mainau Island, the Zeppelin Museum in Friedrichshafen, the “Schul- und Pfahlbaumuseum” archaeological open-air museum in Unteruhldingen, Sealife the city of Konstanz and the Ravensburger Spieleland Theme Park.

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A Packed Lunch for the Road

The youth hostel attaches great importance to healthy eating. Guests start their holiday day with a rich breakfast buffet with fruit and vegetable platters, cereals, natural and fruit yoghurt, fresh wholemeal bread rolls and seeded bread, cold cuts, cheese, jams and more.

Dinner consists of a large buffet with salads, varied main courses, including vegetarian options on request, homemade desserts, fruit juices and table water. You can also book a packed lunch for the road.

At a glance

  • Children under 6 years free
  • Modern house with historical ambience
  • Own bistro with bar
  • Winter fun in the Bregenz Forest
  • City bus free of charge
  • Close to Lake Constance
  • Fun and vitality pool next door

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