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Enjoy a 3 day journey through the senses with yoga, Ayurvedic nutrition, wellness and much more. Altes Zollhaus offers a very special offer for you to relax and enjoy. The hotel is located in Eastern Erzgebirge near the Czech border. The traditional country-side hotel is surrounded by forests and meadows.
During this retreat you will stay in shared accommodations. The historic Hotel Zollhaus is a 41 room accommodation in a very quiet place on the peaks of the Eastern Erzgebirge and Ore Mountains at an altitude of 800 meters. The hotel is surrounded by 60,000 square meters of sprawling meadows and a forest area with its own lake. Enjoy the tranquility of the resident deer and horses outside your window.
The location is ideal for hiking. You will find numerous hiking routes and bicycle paths with sign posts to explore. On the grounds of the Hotel Zollhaus is a barbeque and relaxing area. Cross-country, skiing, and sledding are all just outside the hotel door. The hotel offers artfully decorated single and double rooms. All rooms are equipped with a private shower and bathroom with bathtub, hair dryer, telephone, alarm clock and satellite, flat screen television. There is complimentary wireless internet available in the rooms for your convenience. All rooms are equipped with a shower and bath, water closet, hairdryer, shower gel, telephone, alarm clock radio, and satellite television. Extra beds and children’ s beds are available on request.
On arrival day, the first yoga workshop will take place in the on-site yoga studio at 16:00. Beginners and intermediates are welcome since every yoga asana is both changeable and challenging. Then, enjoy Ayurvedic cooking and rest your soul in the enchanting spa facility with different saunas .
On day 2, you will be served Ayurvedic breakfast followed by a yoga class which begins at 10:30. Spend the next couple of hours in the adjacent forest or experience wonderful Ayurvedic massages which you can book by appointment. In the evening, there will be another yoga class - deep relaxation to prepare you for restful night .
On day 3, you will experience a relaxing yoga journey and then recover with a healthy breakfast.
Anja Mond started with yoga 30 years ago in a very traditional way in India. Later on, she met other masters in New York, where she was living. She joined Integral yoga by Soami Satchitananda and worked out in a Hatha yoga way combined with pranayama and meditation. Back in Germany, she studied at the academy for yoga in Berlin and joined workshops with Kali Ray on TriYoga flow. Anja Mond is also an NLP coach and the founder of Yoga Carpe Diem, her own YogaStudio in Stralsund. She creates her own yoga retreats with yoga and coaching called ChakraJourney, which she offers in many countries.
The country-side hotel is located in Eastern Erzgebirge near the Czech border. The traditional country-side hotel is surrounded by forests and meadows. The hotel is located near Freiberg (Saxony). It’s a very quiet and beautiful landscape area - a very quiet place on the peaks of the Eastern Erzgebirge (800 meters altitude). The hotel is surrounded by a 60.000 square meter meadow and forest area with its own sources, a forest lake and hiking and cycling paths.
You will be served Ayurvedic breakfast and 2 Ayurvedic 3 course meals.
You will receive 1 Pristhabhyanga (Ayurvedic back massage). In addition, you have 1 time access to the spa that has 4 different saunas.
For a surcharge of 35 EUR, you can also treat yourself to an Abhyanga (Ayurvedic full body massage). Please discuss the massages in advance with the reception.
"I had a wonderful time. The yoga practice was from a teacher who really enjoyed his profession. The (Ayurvedic) food was delicious. The several sauna's in the wellness area were new and clean. Well, the value for money is just outstanding."
"Only minor thing to be aware of is that the hotel is not purely focused on yoga/Ayurveda/wellness. So you also find there a pizzeria, Italian delicatesse, and a ski-room for those who like langlaufen. The hotel really has this 'gemutlichen' atmosphere. If you go here, a trip to Seiffen is really recommended, to buy the typical wooden German (christmas) products. The shops are also open on Sundays (and that is quite unique in Germany)"
"We stayed here to go to the various Christmas markets in the small towns. We were checked in with a warm drink. The owner was very friendly and helped us plan out our market journeys. We had a half-pension breakfast and dinner. Breakfast was typical, meats, cheeses, fruit, eggs, and lots of coffee. Dinner was from a selection of three entrées and every night was different. Everything we ate was delicious. Our rooms were comfortable. I highly recommend this place if you are going to be in this area."
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"We booked here for one night only on our way from Vienna to Berlin, and that's a shame because I would happily stay there for longer, especially when I realized that it's a stone's throw from Glashutte, German watchmaker's heartland. The hotel is really nice, with this special charm of a family run guest house. Rooms are very clean and cozy and the breakfast is really nice. Very nice service as well and although you may find it difficult to communicate in English, I would not consider it an issue though."
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"This German hotel was one of the best we have stayed in. We were pleasantly surprised, as it was a last minute booking and we didn't have a lot of availability to choose from. It was warm and cozy and the only problem we encountered was the fact that we only speak English, even though we live in Germany, and only know enough German to squeek by. The front desk was very helpful, the rooms were cozy and clean, there was free Wi-Fi, and the restaurant was to die for. One waiter spoke good English and the other one a little bit. We are so happy we stayed here even though we were afraid we were going to get stuck in the snow on the very narrow road to the hotel; the wind was blowing hard and there were no snow plows anywhere. We did make it and were happy to be checked in and settled for the night."
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