Enjoy the soothing warmth, varied sauna infusions and crackling open fires in our sauna area. Various cool-down options refresh you after each sauna session. In the sauna garden and on the terrace, comfortable loungers offer a wonderfully sunny resting place with a view of nature. You can also relax in our cosy relaxation or reading room. Delicious snacks and healthy refreshments at our sauna bar round off your visit.
Our rustic tunnel sauna welcomes you with a flickering open fire and fragrant wood. The 85°C earth sauna is the most original form of a Finnish sauna. It is set into the earth and thus provides a pleasant warmth.
Relax in our 65°C aroma sauna with the fragrance of herbs and the soothing effect of changing spectral colours.
Sweat in our typical Finnish sauna at 95°C. The dry & hot climate supports the purification of the body through high fluid loss. Sauna infusions every half hour
In the cottage sauna, dry heat of 95°C and a panoramic view over the sauna garden await you. Hourly sauna infusions turn your visit into a sweating experience. Infusions every hour on the hour
Bring your body and mind to a completely relaxed state in our mill sauna. Enjoy regular blasts of steam and aromatic fragrances at 55°C and 55% humidity.
Roman steam bath
In the Roman steam bath, experience silky-soft aromatic steam at 45°C and 100% humidity. Surround yourself with mist and light and round off your sauna experience with one of our exfoliating treatments.
every half hour in the Finn sauna
every full hour in the cottage sauna
large infusion in the cottage sauna: Mon/Thu/Thu 6.00 p.m. Wed 8.00 p.m. Fri 6.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m. Sat/Sun 3.00 p.m., 6.00 p.m. and 9.00 p.m.
Do not go to the sauna hungry or on a full stomach.
Take a shower beforehand and dry yourself off well, because dry skin sweats faster.
A warm foot bath before the sauna also promotes sweating.
In the sauna, place your towel under your whole body. Your stay should be short, but the effect should be intense. Rely on your own feeling.
Lying down, you will feel the heat evenly. However, you should sit up for the last 2 minutes so that your circulation gets used to the upright position and the blood does not suddenly rush to your legs.
Get out of the sauna and into the fresh air. Your body needs oxygen now.
Dousing yourself with the Kneipp hose is the gentlest way to cool down. Before using the cold water plunge pool, rinse off the sweat. If you have high blood pressure, you should avoid the plunge pool. The dousing shower also cools the body well.
Drink plenty of water between sauna sessions to replenish your fluid balance.
A warm footbath balances the body temperature.
A subsequent rest break is pleasant and also promotes recovery.
Repeat the sauna session in the same way as the first one.
Tips on how to take a sauna properly:
Repeated cold water applications train your blood vessels and increase your body's resistance. More than three sauna sessions do not increase the health value of sauna bathing. Between sauna sessions, it is recommended to use collagen light therapy or a massage