Hotels Near Linus In Attendorn

3.8/510 Reviews
0.98km from Linus
The room I had was a single, the bathroom had tiles missing and the water in the sink drained very slowly which made me thing that sink was blocked (I didn't want to look). the carpet had a lot of stains on it but the room and bed were clean. As this was a long weekend Monday being a bank holiday (Whitsun weekend) the rolls at breakfast were warmed up ones from the day before. Personnel were friendly particularly the girl who was on duty in the mornings. I did not try the Hotel Restaurant but only because I was eating at a friends house. The Bar closes at about Ten in the evening. For the same price there are better Hotels in the area.
FromUS$110.00
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
1.09km from Linus
Classic hotel in old house in the centre of Attendorn city. Parking place nearby - very useful. Very good breakfast with many kind of teas, coffee, pastry, salami, cheese. Room were clean. Bed was not so comfortable, very soft mattress. Poor wifi signal.
FromUS$97.00
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
4.89km from Linus
Property Location Located in Attendorn, Landgasthof Roscheid is close to St. John the Baptist Parish Church and Town Hall and South Sauerland Museum. This hotel is within the vicinity of Biggetalsperre and ATTA Cave. Rooms Stay in one of 27 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Conveniences include phones, as well as complimentary bottled water and blackout drapes/curtains. Amenities Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access. Dining Enjoy a satisfying meal at Restaurant Hof Roscheid serving guests of Landgasthof Roscheid. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 10 AM for a fee. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include multilingual staff and refrigerator in a common area. Free self parking is available onsite.
FromUS$70.00
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.97km from Linus
This country hotel in Attendorn offers large rooms and rental bikes. It enjoys a peaceful location in the Repetal valley, in the southern part of the Sauerland region.The rooms of the Landhotel Repetal are at least 20 m² in size. They include a living area with satellite TV. Some rooms have a balcony.Landhotel Repetal's restaurant is open from Tuesday to Sunday. Herbs and salad ingredients come from the hotel's own garden, and game comes from the local forests. A beer garden is available in warm weather.The Atta-Höhle caves and the Biggesee reservoir are a 15-minute drive from the Landhotel Repetal.
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Hotels Near Linus In Attendorn Review

4.5/55 Reviews
Classic hotel in old house in the centre of Attendorn city. Parking place nearby - very useful. Very good breakfast with many kind of teas, coffee, pastry, salami, cheese. Room were clean. Bed was not so comfortable, very soft mattress. Poor wifi signal.
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4.4/510 Reviews
We splurged on a Tower Room in Schnellenberg, and it was indeed rather fine. A large suite with a handsome carved ceiling and a splendidly regal bathroom, extensive views in all directions (yes, even from the bathroom), and with its own spiral staircase. Comfortable, elegant, too, but I suppose to get the full “Lord of the Manor” effect one should have had a small army of servants and valets and lady’s maids coming and going. Dinner in the restaurant was a bit curate’s eggish: the “Müllerin Art” trout was rather muddy - more like bream, really - but my venison goulash passed muster, and the tuna carpaccio starter was a fine dish. Decent wine, though a bit pricey to my way of thinking. Service was attentive. The à la carte restaurant itself is a very imposing affair, albeit with cosy corners. Breakfast was excellent, in a different and equally impressive room with large panorama windows. The whole overnight experience was very pleasant, without being utterly jaw-dropping or earth-shattering, and I was somewhat surprised to see in an establishment of this calibre that no complimentary bottles of water were provided in the room – I think this was the ONLY hotel in a two-week sojourn in Germany that failed this test, and this was comfortably the most expensive stay we had. The hotel is popular with wedding parties, particularly on Fridays, when the on-site chapel is in heavy use. There’s nothing wrong with this, of course, but one might feel a bit like an uninvited guest. There are great walks to be had in the vicinity and a generally relaxed vibe among the staff to soften the otherwise slightly “over the top” feel of the place. Convenient parking, but still a fair bit of carrying to be done – castle turrets don’t usually come with lifts! Recommended, but really only as a “one-off” thing.
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FromUS$112.00
4.4/510 Reviews
We splurged on a Tower Room in Schnellenberg, and it was indeed rather fine. A large suite with a handsome carved ceiling and a splendidly regal bathroom, extensive views in all directions (yes, even from the bathroom), and with its own spiral staircase. Comfortable, elegant, too, but I suppose to get the full “Lord of the Manor” effect one should have had a small army of servants and valets and lady’s maids coming and going. Dinner in the restaurant was a bit curate’s eggish: the “Müllerin Art” trout was rather muddy - more like bream, really - but my venison goulash passed muster, and the tuna carpaccio starter was a fine dish. Decent wine, though a bit pricey to my way of thinking. Service was attentive. The à la carte restaurant itself is a very imposing affair, albeit with cosy corners. Breakfast was excellent, in a different and equally impressive room with large panorama windows. The whole overnight experience was very pleasant, without being utterly jaw-dropping or earth-shattering, and I was somewhat surprised to see in an establishment of this calibre that no complimentary bottles of water were provided in the room – I think this was the ONLY hotel in a two-week sojourn in Germany that failed this test, and this was comfortably the most expensive stay we had. The hotel is popular with wedding parties, particularly on Fridays, when the on-site chapel is in heavy use. There’s nothing wrong with this, of course, but one might feel a bit like an uninvited guest. There are great walks to be had in the vicinity and a generally relaxed vibe among the staff to soften the otherwise slightly “over the top” feel of the place. Convenient parking, but still a fair bit of carrying to be done – castle turrets don’t usually come with lifts! Recommended, but really only as a “one-off” thing.
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FromUS$112.00
4.1/510 Reviews
Nice hotel. Reception starts late (around 17.00 hrs), but we could enter earlier. Room with a table for the evening. Breakfast was good. Beautiful view on the Hills. Perfect to start for a walk or a cycling tour. The very nice town Lüdenscheid is close by.
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FromUS$55.00
4.7/51 Reviews
The whole design of this hotel looks to me quite lovely. It looks like a bit simple north-european style but mixed with a lovely elements in. The whole Staffs are „super“ friendly and nice! And the foods from the Alm restaurants tastes really good!!! This is a lovely hotel to stay in this city!!! highly recommended!!
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FromUS$109.00
4.7/52 Reviews
We booked a couple of nights here on our way back from a tour of Germany. It was a five hour drive to Calais in the final morning but with hindsight it was worth it. High up in the beautiful hills this absolute gem of a place is a great place to stay. We chose the bed/breakfast/dinner option which given you’re a bit of a trek from civilisation choosing dinner is a wise option. The food is very traditional but very filling. Drinks were reasonably priced - all in all a two night stay with all food and drink worked out at £380 - £190 a night but you didn’t need to spend on anything else. Breakfast was enough to see you through the day. Some great views and if you enjoy road cycling there are some epic routes in the area. Lots of fast descents and some great climbs. For history fans the Sorpe and Möhne dams are 6 and 24 miles away respectively (think Barnes Wallis!) They themselves (especially Möhne) are worth the visit. The sauna was good too! We’ll definitely return.
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FromUS$79.00
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