Hotel/Gastronomy

Johann-Adams-Mühle, one of the last historically preserved mills in the Saarland, was first mentioned in 1589. The present mill buildings date back to 1735.

this snack stand is situated next to a sawmill, close to a rather heavily frequented intersection in the heart of the village of Walsdorf.

Landhaus Rabenhorst is idyllically situated in a park-like setting in the middle of a forest.

Hotel with regular guest rooms and holiday flats. The guest rooms all have an individual design and are named accordingly (e.g. king's room, emperor's room, wedding room).

Located within the horseshoe-shaped country estate complex Hofgut Furpach, the Karchersaal ballroom is perfect for private festivities, cultural events, banquets, seminars, etc.

the Grand Café Foy, which received its name around 1850, is housed in the oldest building on prestigious Stanislas Square, the so called Pavillon Jacquet.

Gräfinthaler Hof is situated on the lower reaches of the river Blies, near the town of Bliesmengen-Bolchen, in the vicinity of the border between Lorraine and the Saarland.

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