Franken Burgenstrasse D-91598 Colmberg − Germany
+49 9803 9 19 20
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The Castle, over 1,000 years old, sitting high above Franconian Colmberg, invites you to dine and celebrate. As in the days of the great barons, you can celebrate fabulous parties, enjoy top-class Franconian cuisine for lunch and dinner, and stay in the castle’s fairy-tale rooms and suites.
Whether it be the Fürstenzimmer, Burgherrenzimmer, Hochzeitssuite or the double room with that Chinese four-poster –you will sleep (and dream) so well with us.
We have a great team which have made it their business to organise this really special day in the life of our guests.
With 100 weddings per year, we have gained an enormous wealth of experience, high competence in planning and organisation and a soft-spot for fairy-tale weddings.
We would be happy to determine your wishes and ideas during a personal conversation.
In order to round off a wedding celebration, interior decorators, photographers, the Mayor for the registry office ceremony, the wedding limousine, to name just a few items, will be necessary.
Family feast or company event, anniversary or birthday, intimate comfort or grandiose back-drop – your celebration at Colmberg Castle will be an unforgettable experience. The mellow Franconian landscape and the historic castle complex provide an especially grand environment for your festivities.
You can either celebrate on a small scale or invite up to 150 guests. Our splendid banqueting halls and the exclusive conservatory, the magical castle courtyard and the cosy fireside lounge: we have the perfect place for your party. We will be happy to advise you on your choice of menu or buffet and we will be inspired by your wishes. Our high-quality furnished rooms and suites with their romantic flair leave nothing to be desired.
We look forward to your inquiry and to discussing all the important points with you personally!
A picturesque town centre with numerous grand buildings is to be admired in the former town of residence of the Margraves of Brandenburg-Ansbach, also known as the town of Franconian Rococo. The sights include the former Magrave Residence, the Hofgarten and the St. Gumbertus church.
Margrave residence in Ansbach
Thanks to its size and, for the most part, preserved interior, mainly in the baroque and rococo style, the former residence of the Ansbach Margraves ranks as one of the most beautiful palaces in Bavaria.
The Franconian Open Air Museum in Bad Windsheim
More than 100 historic buildings, grouped according to building style, demonstrate everyday rural life in the Middle Franconian region of centuries gone by.
The former city of the Teutonic Order in Middle Franconia has a beautiful town centre with a completely preserved town wall, Teutonic Order palace, ancient churches, half-timbered houses and further historic buildings adorned with masonry work.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
A trip into the past – to the best-preserved medieval town in Germany. The medieval town wall with its accessible battlements is one of the main attractions in Rothenburg ob der Tauber.
Franken-Therme Spa in Bad Windsheim
4 thermal salt-water pools with salt concentrations from 1.5% to 12%, a sauna area and a wellness oasis provide an optimum in relaxation and recuperation. The main attraction, however, is the salt lake with a 26,9% salt content, in which the bathers seem to float weightless above the surface. As the spa serves rest and recuperation, children up to age 6 are not allowed to use the facilities.
Medieval Crime and Justice Museum in Rothenburg ob der Tauber
The exhibition is the most important museum of legal history in Germany.
The delightful and traditional Ansbach Golfclub golf course lies at the foot of the castle.
From the highest point of the 18-hole course with driving range, the golfer will be rewarded with a wonderful view of the upper Altmühl Valley.
If you are interested in golf, why not try out the game at reasonable rates on the public 6-hole course.
Colmberg Castle is the starting point for splendid hikes (St. James’ Way, Radschmetterling cycle trail) The medieval towns of Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Dinkelsbühl and Feuchtwangen are popular excursion destinations.
Come and visit the Franconian Open-Air Museum in Bad Windsheim and relax in the Franconain lake district, a bathers’, surfers’ and sailors’ paradise.
The cycle trail follows the Altmühl river for 167 kilometres (ca. 100 miles) from its source to the Danube. Family-friendly, level and in the midst of nature, far from the street noises, cyclists ride the Altmühl cycle trail – along sunlit juniper moorlands and bizarre rocky outcrops, past ancient Roman buildings, castles and palaces, as well as churches and cloisters.
A cycle trip on the Altmühl cycle trail provides a special perspective on an attractive countryside. The region has plenty to offer culturally as well. The Altmühl Valley was once colonised by the Romans. In the distant past, the legionnaires gathered in the border area between the Roman Empire and Germania, through which the Limes Wall ran. They left their traces. Spas, castles and fortresses line the stretch from Rothenburg ob der Tauber to Regensburg.
Enjoy traditional Franconian cuisine in comfortable rustic surroundings.
Stylish ambiance in an historic setting with a superb view over Romantic Franconia.
Drenched in sunshine and light – Colmberg Castle’s conservatory invites you summer and winter to sit and enjoy coffee and cake in comfortable surroundings. In the evening, soft overhead lighting bathes the room in warm colours – a sensual place for culinary delights.
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From Wurzburg (78 km) to Ulm (141 km), take exit Rothenburg, and then 15 km east straight ahead along Neusitz, Gunzendorf, Geslau, Stettberg, Dornhausen, Oberfelden to Colmberg. The romantic road goes through Rothenburg. Take the road to Ansbach from there. Colmberg is in the middle of both towns. It’s about 20 km/min. to drive from Rothenburg to Colmberg. And it’s easy to find the castle, since it is situated on a hill nearby Colmberg. From Nurnberg (60 km) to Heilbronn (110 km), take exit Aurach / Leutershausen, and then 15 km north straight ahead along Neunstetten, Rauenbuch, Leutershausen, Auerbach to.