Insider Tips

Bad Bramstedt

Quiet hotel location at the heart of the spa gardens

Tryp by Wyndham Bad Bramstedt Hotel is situated in the midst of the Bad Bramstedt spa gardens. Enjoy the natural calm of the spa gardens just outside our hotel with the Kneipp facility, Nordic walking routes and the "Garten der Sinne" (Garden of the Senses). The spa town of Bad Bramstedt is famous for its water cures, health baths and air and light therapy. Weekly markets and flea markets in the city centre are popular meeting places, along with many attractive dance bars, cafés, skittle and bowling alleys. The Theater des Kurhauses offers a diverse cultural programme.

Bike tours and hikes in the fresh air

The gentle hills of the river landscape is ideal for long walks hikes and bike tours. Two well-known hiking routes, the Ochsenweg and the Mönchsweg, go through Bad Bramstedt. The Mönchsweg takes you through the Mönkloher Forst forest, where you can find an enchanting woodland chapel.

Lush meadows, ancient forests and sweet riverside landscapes 

The riverside area at the "green heart" of Schleswig Holstein is an insider tip for leisure activities. Here you can meet friendly people, unwind and recharge your batteries actively surrounded by nature. The beautiful region is ideal for a family holiday far off the beaten track. Below we have a put together a few tips for your leisure programme. Do not hesitate to contact us for more information! Contact

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Tryp by Wyndham Bad Bramstedt Hotel
Am Köhlerhof 4
24576 Bad Bramstedt
Germany

We show our Bad Bramstedt!
You want to see Bad Bramstedt off the beaten path? These places will make your stay special.
Old watermill

The history of the Bramstedt water mill can be traced back to 1546. From 1633 to 1698, the mill belonged to the Bramstedt noble manor and it was run independently up to the 20th century. In 1968, the main building of the mill was destroyed. The residential house is still lived in today.

History of Wiebke
Kruse

The sculpture of Wiebke Kruse is a reminder of a romantic love story: As the Danish king Christian IV rode through Bramstedt in 1625, he saw the young Wiebke Kruse washing clothes by the wayside and fell in love with her immediately. Wiebke Kruse became his mistress and they had two children together. In 1995, the artist blacksmith Alfred Schmidt created the sculpture which is designed to capture the image King Christian saw on his visit.

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