Holiday in Lübeck

Your Hotel at the Mühlenteich

Our hotel in Lübeck

Our hotel in Lübeckk

Our family-run hotel is located in a preferred old town location. You can reach the city center, the pedestrian area and the town hall on foot in five to ten minutes.

The breakfast

The Hotel Am Mühlenteich is centrally located in the old town of Lübeck. Historic monuments such as the Holstentor as well as museums and many churches are within walking distance. The pedestrian area with numerous shops and the town hall are also within walking distance.

Breakfast can be added to the booking!

 

Lübeck attractions

The central location of our hotel “Am Mühlenteich” gives you the opportunity to reach all historic monuments, churches and museums in Lübeck on foot. We can also recommend a shopping trip through Lübeck’s old town with its many small and interesting shops. Not only in the evening invites the city with countless restaurants, restaurants and their scene pubs for an interesting and nice culinary delight. There is certainly something for your taste.

Holstentor

the landmark of the city
built in 1467-1478

Marienkirche

The highest church in Lübeck
built 1200-1350

Malerwinkel

St. Peter’s Church in the foreground

Salzspeicher

built in the 16th-17th century

Typical Lübeck gangway

gangway

Lübeck Cathedral

Laying of the foundation stone 1173

Heilig-Geist-Hospital

built in the 13th century

Townhall

Especially worth seeing:
the Renaissance staircase built from 1298

Discover Lübeck

If you come from the south to Lübeck drive over the Puppenbrücke and then see one of the most beautiful city entrances in Germany with Holstentor, St. Mary’s Church, St. Peter’s Church and right in front of the old Lübeck salt storage.

Lübeck history

Lübeck, the current World Cultural Heritage and the former Queen of the Hanseatic League was founded in 1143 as a Christian merchant settlement by Count Adolf von Schauenburg. After the city was cremated by a fire in 1157, Henry the Lion founded 1158/59 in the old place Lübeck again. After Lübeck was in 1160 Bischhofssitz, Henry the Lion in 1173 laid the foundation stone for one of the largest brick buildings in the north, the Lübeck Cathedral. In 1226 Emperor Frederick II granted the Lübeckers imperial immediacy. This imperial freedom lasted 711 years. The Lübeck Council had built next to the town hall of St. Mary.

Only after several modifications, the church was completed in 1350. The Luebeck Marienkirche possessed until approximately 100 years the with 125 meters highest Kirchenturmpaar of the world. At the end of the 13th century also the Holy Spirit Hospital and several citizens ‘and merchants’ houses with their stepped gables were built. Since Lübeck emanated the building ground in the 14th century, gates were broken into the existing facades in order to cultivate the yards and gardens behind. Thus arose for the poorer people ganghouses and for the wealthier the courtyards. A number of these courtyards and ganghouses can still be visited today.

The construction of the road network on the city island has remained unchanged since the Middle Ages.

 

Discover Lübeck museums

The culture in Lübeck has a high priority. 30 main and honorary church musicians, the theater with opera, operetta and drama, as well as symphony concerts and chamber music offer a wide range throughout the year.

Among the many museums in Lübeck, the St. Annen Museum occupies a very special position. It is one of the most beautiful museums in Germany and has one of the most significant collections of ecclesiastical art. But the other museums such as Behnhaus (municipal painting collection), Buddenbrookhaus, castle monastery, arsenal or the museum in Holstentor are definitely worth a visit.

 

Phone:  0451 77171
Fax: 0451 76302

Mail: hotel@muehlenteich.com