Welcome in in the Youth Hostel Quedlinburg

Quedlinburg Hostel is located directly in the historic center of Quedlinburg. Here, only moments away from Quedlinburg’s many attractions, you can enjoy the peaceful family atmosphere of our hostel. With only 50 beds, we are among the smallest hostels in Sachsen-Anhalt, but we don’t lack anything when it comes to character or charm! Our guests enjoy our central location and the familial ambiance for which our house is known.

With around 1,300 half-timbered houses constructed over the centuries, Quedlinburg was chosen as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1994, the largest UNESCO site in terms of surface area. The history-laden city attracts guests from around the world with its romantic alleyways, secluded nooks, and spacious town squares. Our hostel is your ideal base for exploring the city and the surrounding Harz area.

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Opening hours
The house is open

7.00 a.m. - 9.00 p.m.

The reception is open

7.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m.

2.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.

Check-in

2.00 p.m. - 7.00 p.m.

Closing time

01. Nov - 28. Feb

Prices 2018

B&B from Half board from Full board from
€ 20.00 € 25.50 € 30.50
If you want to stay in a German Youth Hostel, you have to be a member of the German Youth Hostel Association or any other national Youth Hostel Association.

Prices 2019

B&B from Half board from Full board from
€ 22.00 € 27.50 € 32.50
If you want to stay in a German Youth Hostel, you have to be a member of the German Youth Hostel Association or any other national Youth Hostel Association.

Quedlinburg is located on the Bode river, on the northern edge of the Harz region. The city boasts about 1,300 timbered houses from different centuries. It is Germany's largest memorial site and has been declared world heritage by UNESCO. The Youth Hostel is located in the historic city centre, only a few metres from the town hall.

  • Quedlinburg Marketplace: 300m
  • nearest train station (Quedlinburg): 1.5 km by foot / 2.5 km by car
  • nearest airport (Halle/Leipzig): 105 km

Accommodation

  • 44 beds in 4-bed rooms
  • shower and toilet facilities are located on each floor
  • 1 room serves up to 6 pers. with shower and restroom
  • individual rooms or 2- and 3- bed rooms are available upon request 
  • additional cost are also available

Activities

  • Inner courtyard for recreational activities
  • Cafeteria and common rooms with reasonably priced wireless Internet access
  • Common (dining) area with TV
  • Billiards
  • Numerous tourist sights in the immediate vicinity

Room Floor space
Max. number of participants
  • cinema
    cinema
  • parliament
    parliament
  • block
    block
  • U-shaped block
    U-shaped block
  • circle
    circle
Floor Rent per day
Saal 231 sqm 50 - - - - 1 upon request
Conference equipment

flip chart, projector, screen, speaker's desk

Room Floor space Height
Max. number of participants
  • Choir
  • Orchestra
Floor Daylight Rent per day
Saal 231 sqm 5.5 m 50 40 1 yes upon request
Rehearsal room equipment

stereo / PA equipment

Activities in Quedlinburg

Quedlinburg is located on the "Romanesque Road" in the north of the Harz region. The old city has a medieval flair with its many timbered houses and romantic alleyways and street corners. There is a lot to discover both inside the city walls and in the surroundings.

Quedlinburg offers an extraordinary wealth of historic and architectural sites and art. There are over 1,300 timbered houses from different centuries to marvel at, roman and gothic churches, watch towers along the city wall and a "Stone Roland", a statue that symbolises a city's right to hold a market, on the market square. The world-famous cathedral treasury, which is on show at the collegiate church on the Schlossberg cliff, is unique in the world.

Traditional craftsmanship and modern art are on offer in the picturesque narrow alleys. The most fascinating thing about Quedlinburg is that there is so much to discover in back yards, behind doors and gateways. The Klopstock House, the castle museum with its exhibition on the Ottonians, the museum for timbered work and toy museum are other attractions that draw visitors to Quedlinburg.


Activities in the Youth Hostel

  • Inner courtyard for recreational activities
  • Cafeteria and common rooms with reasonably priced wireless Internet access
  • Common (dining) area with TV
  • Billiards

Excursions

Within easy access

  • Historic town center with its numerous sights and shops
  • Railroad and toy museums
  • Abbot Garden and Brühl-Park
  • Harzer Schmalspurbahn
  • Biohouse (“Ökohaus“) with eco-garden
  • Lyonel Feininger Gallery
  • Museum for Glass Art
  • St. Wiperti Basilica (Romanesque Way)
  • Castle Hill with Castle, collegiate church and Cathedral Treasury (Romanesque Way)
  • Playgrounds, football grounds, and Bowling

In the greater area

  • “Hexentanzplatz“ (Witches’ Circle) with a zoo, mountain theater, toboggan run and interactive park, in Thale (ca. 16 km)
  • Cuckoo Clock House in Gernrode (ca. 11 km)
  • Cathedral with Cathedral Treasury in Halberstadt (Romanesque Road) (ca. 15 km)
  • Regenstein Castle in Blankenburg (ca. 18 km)
  • Falkenstein Castle in Falkenstein (Romanesque Road) (ca. 23 km)
  • Fieldstone Caves in Rübeland (ca. 32 km)
  • Cycling Paths