Travel is back: time to explore Germany

Most German states are hoping to open tourism by the end of May 2021, and this is where you can go: accommodation with summer 2021 availability. 

We've all seen the good news - Germany is back in the game, and we cannot wait to get back to long weekends in nature, spontaneous nights away and spoiling summer holidays. These are places to stay that have availability in the coming weeks (and are normally fully booked MONTHS in advance).

Note: Only members of The Staycation Collection can access booking details, as well as being able to make use of the matchmaking service, which connects them to the properties that are available over their desired travel dates. 

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Something a bit different

Destinature Elbe Huts (Elbe, Lower Saxony)

A collection of wooden tiny houses surrounded by trees at the edge of the Elbe river, created with comfortable luxury and sustainability principles.

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The Waterworks (Spreewald, Brandenburg)

Stunning design apartments in a former water tower with spa access, surrounded by Brandenburg forest.

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Mountain Hideouts (Ore Mountains, Saxony)

Repurposed shipping containers with unparalleled views over the Ore Mountains and simple, chic interiors.

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Surrounded by nature

Frizt's (Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg)

1700s farmhouse-come-B&Bs with quirky-cool apartments at the edge of the Black Forest.

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Old School Brandenburg (Prignitz, Brandenburg)

A stunningly-renovated 1920s schoolhouse with eclectic interiors, hidden at the edge of a picturesque Brandenburg-village.

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Allgäu Farmhouse (Lower Allgäu, Bavaria)

A former farmhouse, now minimalist B&B, with wooden floors, a rooftop terrace and incredibly welcoming hosts in the beautiful Unterallgäu region.

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Winehouse 1897 (Middle Moselle, Rhineland-Palatinate)

Four alluring design-apartments in a former 1800s wine-growers house, surrounded by vineyards.

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Uckermark Manor Apartments (Uckermark, Brandenburg)

Modern manor house with super-chic apartments, a pool and tennis courts, located in the Uckermark.

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Header image: Mountain Hideout | Centre image: Uckermark Manor Apartments | L-R: Wool Factory, Destinature Elbe Huts, Winehouse 1897 | Below L-R: Old School Brandenburg, The Waterworks, Phoenician Lofts

City breaks

Phoenician Lofts (Lübeck, Schleswig-Holstein)

Stylish 1900s townhouse with sleek-industrial decor in its two apartments boasting impressive green credentials in central Lübeck.

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The Wool Factory (Leipzig, Saxony)

Quirky-modern apartments, boasting chic industrial architecture, in a former wool factory at the heart of Saxony's coolest city.

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The Factory Hotel (Hamburg)

Once a seed factory, now a hip hotel; a modern masterpiece with a spa and restaurant, surrounded by Hamburg's canals.

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Information accurate as of the date of publishing, 19 May 2021.

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