Tent site with fruit meadow, barbecue area, wooden hut, power generator & solar shower
5 km from the pilgrimage site Schöntal Monastery and the home of Götz von Berlichingen, the "Fuchseloch" is located in the beautiful Kocher Valley - as we call our approx. 3,000 m² sloping, completely fenced meadow area - above the industrial village of Ernsbach (approx. 1,100 inhabitants).
On the flat front part there is a barbecue area and a wooden hut, which is currently under construction - but light is already available ;-). Parking is possible directly at the property. However, it is only possible to enter on foot. Driving on the property is therefore not possible.
The rear part, overgrown with apple trees, is flat at the beginning, but becomes increasingly steeper. Nevertheless, the "Fuchseloch" offers plenty of space to romp and play. Perfect for families with children and pets who would like to enjoy a quiet time out in the Hohenloher Land.
Cultural and culinary:
There is also a bakery in the immediate vicinity - with the best yeast plait in the region - where you can get everything from A to Z. The local restaurant is a treat for the connoisseur of Swabian cuisine. Furthermore, the idyllic area offers perfect opportunities for hiking, for example to the castle ruins of Forchtenberg - the birthplace of Sophie Scholl. In the hot summer months, the Kocher River with its sunbathing lawn at the sports field offers soothing relaxation and cooling. Also the Tiroler See, 5 km away, offers fun for young and old with its volleyball field.
Prices are per person / per night!
- Generator: 10 € / night
- Tent rental: 5 € / night
The sanitary facilities
Possibility of breakfast (€5 / person)
A tent can be rented for a fee of 5 € per night (capacity approx. 4 persons)
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
A beautiful spot in the forest! It has everything you need to be happy and you can watch animals well. In the worst weather we could even sleep in the cottage.
Kamil is very concerned about his guests and an extremely sympathetic host.
The Hohenlohe region offers many hiking opportunities and the medieval towns are a feast for the eyes.
We had a lot of fun on our vacation and will gladly come back soon!