Ski Accommodation in Germany


If you think about skiing in Europe, Germany does most probably not immediately spring to mind. But maybe it should. Germany's borders with Austria and Switzerland sit on the Alps and, by providing Glacier skiing and World Cup races, quiet mountain hideaways and cosmopolitan resorts, Germany can easily boast of catering for most tastes. Find out what makes ski accommodation in Germany unique.

Travel
Situated smack at the centre of Europe, Germany is easily accessible. Moreover is the international airport of Munich (approximate flight time from London 1h 30 min) only an hour or two away from the country's main ski resorts. German ski transfers are readily available. There is also the option of travelling from the UK by rail. Eurostar operates direct high-speed trains from London King Cross to Brussels (1h50min); from Brussels are direct connections to Cologne and Frankfurt. By car the journey from UK to Germany (Calais-Munich) takes approximately 12 hours.

Ski Accommodation in Germany
Germany's ski resorts have retained their special qualities - cosy, accessible, friendly and with a southern German charm. They tend to have a good reputation for being consistently efficient with high levels of service. These ski resorts are mainly picturesque mountain villages, many of which are linked to each other by bus or lifts, and no matter which one you choose, they will offer you a variety of accommodation. Hotels standards range from up market to more simple pensions; recently B&B's have become increasingly popular. There is also the option of renting self-catered chalets, houses, flats and furnished apartments.

Skiing
The Bavarian Alps offer a somewhat different skiing experience from their both higher and wilder Austrian neighbours - the German skiing domains does not perhaps reach the same levels in terms of size, challenge and sensational off-piste. However, whether you are a beginner, an intermediate or an expert you will find that Germany has something to offer that will fit your specific wishes, needs and abilities.

Ski Accommodation Cost
Germany's picturesque mountain villages generally offer accommodation less expensive than the neighbouring resorts of France, Austria and Switzerland. Budget travellers have the option of staying in a private B &B or a Pension offering half-board deals, or renting a self-catered chalet, house, flat or furnished apartment. For dining out, budget £15 for dinner, £3 for a pint and £1 for a soft drink.

Use Ski Accommodation Finder to find your ski accommodation in Germany. You complete on single, short request form, Your requirement is shared with all relevant and registered ski accommodation providers. Individual ski apartment and chalet owners can submit a quote and you can pick the one that does suit you. Even if it is not ski accommodation in Germany.

Please also try our sister site Ski Transfer Finder. Helps you find Cheap Ski Transfers and get Ski Transfer Enquiries in the same way Ski Accommodation Finder does.

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Ski Accommodation Finder is the only site that allows you share your ski accommodation requirements with all registered owners and ski accommodation providers. There are no middlemen and there is no commission to pay. This should enable you to get the cheapest ski accommodation possible.

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