The serene spa town of Bad Nenndorf is cradled between the magnificent Desiter and Buckeberge mountain ranges and its international reputation as a healing health resort allures thousands of visitors every year. A restorative refuge awaits those craving an escape from the demanding duress of working life; wander amidst the Gothic architecture, picturesque forests and intriguing monuments for a true taste of this tranquil and traditional town.
A smattering of impressive natural and architectural sights decorate the small town of Bad Nenndorf; the most exquisite ecclesiastical building is undoubtedly St. Gotthard’s Church, an impressive example of Gothic grandeur rings with lush green gardens and topiary. The Dwarf Beech Avenue exhibits an impressive collection of rare, twisted trees that are now considered an endangered species; the gnarled branches and wide, winding trunks give the avenue a decidedly eerie effect. The Franco-Prussion War Memorial elegantly commemorates those lost fighting for their country, and the Haus Hanover is a cute and quirky example of excellent architecture, and houses an alluring spa within.
A sight guaranteed to attract literary enthusiasts is the House of Agnes Miguel, former home to the renowned and revered German poet. Within the house, the museum exhibits memorabilia that depicts the author’s seminal works and eventful life, while the living room and study are preserved just as the Agnes Miguel left them.
Housed within an esteemed and elegant hotel, the Landgasthaus Fischer Restaurant delivers delectable dishes in an chic and stylish environment; signature dishes specialise in regional delicacies including the traditional wedding soup with asparagus, meatballs and eggs and sizzling Currywurst sausage with a side of sublimely seasoned fries.(Auf der Riehe 11, 31555 Suthfeld, Germany)