Pension Heidi Zwiesel Pension Heidi, Bavarian Forest, Bayerischer Wald
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Welcome to Pension Heidi Zwiesel - at the heart of the Bavarian Forest National Park

The English family owned Pension Heidi, Zweisel, in the Bavarian Forest National Park offers an excellent standard of bed & breakfast accommodation in a beautiful location.  We are just a 10 minute walk from the railway station, and the bus stop is just a few meters from our door, and with our National Park Card you get FREE Bus & Rail Travel in the local area.

We are happy to welcome tourists and business travelers and offer first-class services such as full en-suite rooms, free wireless internet access.


Our rooms are very spacious and comfortable with stylish fittings and furniture and we aim to offer you a truly memorable stay (Arrive as a Guest and Leave as a Friend).  For your breakfast, you will enjoy a wide choice of locally-sourced products, Cheese, Meats, Cearals, Jucies and freshly baked rolls.

In the summer you can enjoy a number of Walking & Nordic Walking routes from our door, and in the Winter we have the Zwiesel Cross Coutry Ski Center just outside our Pension door, and for the Alpine Skiers the Ski Bus leaves just a few meters from the Pension for the Arber Mountain.

We offer a range of Single, Double, and Family rooms with Balcony, all with private en-suite bathrooms. 

Zwiesel, Bavaria.

Zwiesel is a holiday town in the heart of the Bavarian Forest National Park, The area is a haven for hiking (Nordic walking for the more energetic), cycling, mountain biking, Photographers, Birders, Golfers and visiting the nearby attractions. the ski slopes in this area are renowned for beginner skiers and snowboarders alike, with some of the most breathtaking winter landscapes.

Zwiesel is situated on the historic glass road trading route, In the heartland between Mount Arber, Falkenstein and Rachel. The town has a very long history, its names originates from the south German word zwie-sal, which translates as double river bed and refers to the meeting of the two rivers, Grosser Regen & Kleiner Regen. Legend has it that the first settlers in the area were gold prospectors.

Zwiesal Glass is Magic & Tradition, every movement in its creation demonstrates how the art of glass-making has been perfected, masterpieces made of crystal, for which Zwiesel is world famous, come and try for yourself.

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Pension Heidi
Röckkeller Str 34,
94227, Zwiesel,
Bavaria, Germany.
Tel +49 (0)9922-8046116
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