Youth Hostel Schaffhausen

Schaffhausen

"A dilapidated old manor house, with unkept garden paths, moss-covered bench seats, crumbling steps and an impenetrably overgrown park". That was how in 1914 Hermann Hesse described the small castle Belair in his novel "Rosshalde". His friend and owner of the castle, Hans Sturzenegger, a painter, provided the main character Johann Veraguth. And today, freely adapting Hesse's words, it looks like this: A magnificently decked-out, striking small castle, with large meadows, romantic bench seats under mighty plane trees, narrow and winding stairs to plush rooms and an extensive, well-tended park. Free WiFi Access. Please note: Non members pay an additional fee of CHF 6.- per person/night or of CHF 12.- per family/night, payable upon arrival. For stays over 6 nights we recommend a yearly membership SENIOR respectively for stays over 4 nights a yearly membership FAMILY.

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Hotel details

  • - Speciaal geschikt voor families
  • - Niet rokers hotel
  • - Niet rokers kamers
  • - Centraal gelegen
  • - Bijzonder rustig gelegen
  • - Tuin/Plantsoen
  • - Historisch gebouw
  • - Herberg
  • - Openbare parkeerplaats
  • - Wandelaars
  • - Fiets hotel
  • - Dichtbij station
  • - Dichtbij bushalte
  • - Kinderspeeltuin

Aankomst

Between Munot, Rhine Falls, Randen and Klettgau lies a medieval little place with an irresistible attraction. And, ten minutes away, a youth hostel in a small castle. At one time the meeting point for writers and painters, today it is open to all connoisseurs of the art of living.

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