we would like to thank you for your loyalty during the year 2018.
We wish you and your family a peaceful and merry christmas and a good start in the new year 2019.
Our hotel will be closed from the 1st of January until the 13th of January 2019.
We look forward to seeing you again from the 14th of January 2019.
Please do not hesitate to send us your requests per mail, we will answer as soon as possible.
Thank you – Schloss Leitheim Team
Just minutes away from the hotel in a fantastic landscape between meadows and forests lies the 18-hole golf course Donauwörth. With a generous total area of 92 hectares, the course offers relaxation in an athletic atmosphere. The view by good weather over the Danube to the Alps is unforgettable.
Places of interest in and around Schloss Leitheim
Donauwörth: Only 15 minutes’ drive from Schloss Leitheim, the former free imperial city of Donauwörth offers a multitude of attractions. The Reichstrasse, with its imposing patrician houses, is considered one of the most beautiful streets in Southern Germany and is part of the "Romantic Road". In the heart of the historic city, the splendid patrician houses are strung together up to the Fuggerhaus.
Also worth seeing is the gothic Münster or the public hospital from the 17th and 18th century.
Please find more informations HERE
Castles, Fortresses and Museums Donau Ries: www.ferienland-donau-ries.de
Romantische Strasse: www.romantischestrasse.de
Leitheim is situated on the "Romantic Road" not far from Augsburg, Donauwörth und Dinkelsbühl.
Junge Deutsche Donau: http://www.die-junge-donau.de
Cycling along the "Young Danube", 10 Kms to Donauwörth, 26 Km to Neuburg an der Donau, 46 Km to Ingolstadt, 88 Km to Weltenburg Monastery in Kelheim.
Naturpark Altmühltal: www.naturpark-altmuehltal.de
Cycling oder canooing at the Altmühltal. Enjoy the peace and nature of nearby Altmühltal, only 40 kms from Leitheim.
Dinosaur Museum Altmühltal: www.dinopark-bayern.de
The dinosaur museum is one of the most exciting destinations for the whole family. Here you'll find an approximately 1,5 km long path through 400 million years of earth history.