We are open again. The swimming pool and sauna are open for hotel guests.
Please cover your mouth and nose while walking through the hotel.
The opening times of our restaurant: Monday to Thursday 5.30 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday to Sunday 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
We look forward to you. Your families Dierksen & Landschof
A big advantage of Hotel Sellhorn: Situated literally at the doorsteps of Hamburg city, sightseeing trips and culture are only a short 30 minute drive away.
Our recommendation: Get yourself a “Hamburg Card”, a “door opener” for more than 140 points of interest, culture, leisure in and around Hamburg, including a day of free-of-charge bus, rail or boat rides. Find more information under:
1000 years of history - half-timbered facades, narrow, crooked cobblestone lanes - the very ingredients of one of the most fascinating cities in Northern Germany. The City Hall (13th Century) is amongst the most important in entire Germany. The “Museum of Salt” recalls the story and history of the “white gold”, Luneburg’s former source of wealth - a wealth that the patrician houses clearly portray till today. If you are in for some relaxation, you may wish to explore the “Salztherme” the “Salt Spa”. Particularly enchanting on warm summer nights: Bars, taverns, inns and restaurants add an almost Mediterranean flair to the town!
More information under: www.lüneburg.info
Prominent buildings, streets and town squares, places rich in history and tradition. The southern gateway to the Luneburg Heath is an attractive alternative to the bustling cities, like e.g. metropolitan Hamburg. Celle is well known for its more than 500 listed half-timbered houses. The era of the so-called “Weser-Renaissance” can be explored throughout the whole town. More sight-seeing highlights: The Residence - former home of the Dukes of Braunschweig - and the Residence-Museum, the old Town Hall with its hourly carillon, St. Mary’s Church with the trumpeter playing a choral twice every day and the tombs of the Dukes of the Welfen-Dynasty. Numerous greens offer recreation right in the middle of the town, amongst others the French Garden, designed in the 19th Century.
More information under: www.celle.de