Here you will find everything you need for cycling. Bring your desired weather – we have the rest here.
Our guest house is certified by the adfc as a bed/bike facility. Therefore we are well prepared for you and your needs as a bike traveller.
You are welcome to store your bikes overnight in our lockable garage; you can charge your battery there, or in your room, free of charge. We can also organize the luggage transfer to your next accommodation for you.
You don’t have your own bike with you? No problem.
We work together with MTB-Guide-Eifel. Among the many different bikes on offer, you are sure to find the right one (as well as the right helmet) for you. Just take a look: https://mtb-guide-eifel.de/.
Vennbahn Cycle Path
In the Monschauer Land and in East Belgium an extensive network of cycle paths is at your disposal. The Vennbahn cycle path, a disused railway line, starts in the imperial city of Aachen and leads via the medieval town of Monschau and the Belgian town of St.Vith oven) in Luxembourg: this is where Luxembourg, Belgium and Germany meet.
The Vennbahn Cycle Path is one of the ADFC quality routes and has been awarded four stars. The almost completely asphalted road surface and the low gradient offer the highest level of driving comfort.
RurUfer cycle path
The multiple award-winning RurUfer cycle path runs past our house at a distance of only three km. From its source in the Hautes Fagnes near Botrange (B) to its confluence with the Meuse near Roermond (NL), the Rur is its constant companion: sometimes splashing, sometimes rustling.
The RurUfer cycle path leads during its 162 km from the impressive natural landscape of the High Fagnes via the picturesque little town of Monschau to the Rursee village of Einruhr. Here you will meet the Rursee, which lies on the edge of the Eifel National Park and continue via Düren and Jülich to Roermond.
Eifel Heights Route
The Eifel-Höhen-Route is undoubtedly one of the more sporting challenges that cyclists can take on. With its 230 km length it is nothing for sports enthusiasts, because around the Eifel National Park it goes steeply up and down again and again.
The official second stage leads first over the picturesque Oleftalsperre to Kalterherberg and the clothier town Monschau. Here you can relax in the historic old town with its half-timbered facades before continuing along the Rur to Einruhr. The second stage is 50 km long.
From our guesthouse you can make numerous day trips to the Rursee or to the Eifel National Park.
In addition, there is a well signposted network of junctions throughout East Belgium, so that individual day trips can be easily arranged. Whether leisure cyclists or sports cyclists: there is something for everyone.
Maps can be borrowed from us in our house.