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Walsrode, Germany
28 May — 29 May2
Walsrode, Germany
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Most expensive month:July
Average price in Walsrode:£74/night
Cheapest price found:£36/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Monday
£52 - £104
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£54 - £91
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Pescheks Hotel Luisenhöhe

Am Vogelpark 2, Walsrode, Lower Saxony, Germany

8.4. Excellent
£103

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About Walsrode

Forming part of the Lüneburg Heath, Walsrode is a historic German town first mentioned in 986 AD. It was largely destroyed in the 17th century during the Thirty Years' War and its landscapes inspired "The Poet of the Heath”, by Hermann Löns.

Things to do

In the heart of town is the Walsrode Abbey, a historic Benedictine monastery that functions as a Lutheran women’s convent. Originally founded in the 10th century and dedicated to John the Baptist, most of its existing buildings and surrounding brick walls date back to the 18th century. Join a guided tour to explore the abbey and admire its medieval stained-glass windows while learning about life for the nuns who live here.

West of Walsrode is one of Germany’s oldest open-air museums, which centres around a thatched-roof farmhouse dating from the late 18th century. The Rischmannshof Heath Museum first opened in 1912, with a historic apiary, a 17th-century storage barn and an authentic hireling among its structures. Period furnishings and artefacts decorate its beautifully preserved houses while antique farm machinery is dotted throughout the grounds.

Bird enthusiasts shouldn’t miss a visit to the Weltvogelpark Walsrode, which is one of the largest bird parks in the world. In addition to spacious aviaries where parrots, pelicans and Indian runner ducks are exhibited, it features an open-air stage where the flight skills of falcons and eagles are demonstrated. The Weltvogelpark Walsrode can be accessed along the heritage Bomlitz-Walsrode Railway.

Getting around

Walsrode is around 45 minutes’ drive from both Bremen Airport and Hannover Airport, both of which have flights to destinations across Europe. Regular trains connect to the Walsrode railway station and buses travel throughout the town. The centre of Walsrode can easily be explored on foot.

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Forming part of the Lüneburg Heath, Walsrode is a historic German town first mentioned in 986 AD. It was largely destroyed in the 17th century during the Thirty Years' War and its landscapes inspired The Poet of the Heath”, by Hermann Löns.

Things to do in Walsrode

In the heart of town is the Walsrode Abbey, a historic Benedictine monastery that functions as a Lutheran women’s convent. Originally founded in the 10th century and dedicated to John the Baptist, most of its existing buildings and surrounding brick walls date back to the 18th century. Join a guided tour to explore the abbey and admire its medieval stained-glass windows while learning about life for the nuns who live here.

West of Walsrode is one of Germany’s oldest open-air museums, which centres around a thatched-roof farmhouse dating from the late 18th century. The Rischmannshof Heath Museum first opened in 1912, with a historic apiary, a 17th-century storage barn and an authentic hireling among its structures. Period furnishings and artefacts decorate its beautifully preserved houses while antique farm machinery is dotted throughout the grounds.

Bird enthusiasts shouldn’t miss a visit to the Weltvogelpark Walsrode, which is one of the largest bird parks in the world. In addition to spacious aviaries where parrots, pelicans and Indian runner ducks are exhibited, it features an open-air stage where the flight skills of falcons and eagles are demonstrated. The Weltvogelpark Walsrode can be accessed along the heritage Bomlitz-Walsrode Railway.

Getting around Walsrode

Walsrode is around 45 minutes’ drive from both Bremen Airport and Hannover Airport, both of which have flights to destinations across Europe. Regular trains connect to the Walsrode railway station and buses travel throughout the town. The centre of Walsrode can easily be explored on foot."

  • What are the best hotels in Walsrode?

    Pescheks Hotel Luisenhöhe is a very popular hotel in Walsrode, with a score of 8.4 from 640 reviews. Anders Hotel Walsrode (7.8 from 503 reviews) and Hotel Forellenhof (8.4 from 650 reviews) are also highly rated Walsrode hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.

  • What is a good hotel near Weltvogelpark Walsrode?

    Hotel Forellenhof is a hotel near Weltvogelpark Walsrode that is popular with HotelsCombined users, scoring 8.4 across 650 reviews.