Hotel on the Danube Cycle Path - Bed & Bike

If you are a cyclist looking for accommodation or hotels on the Danube Cycle Path, the Lettnerhof is definitely the right place for you. For example, if you opt for bike packing and will be travelling for several days as a touring or trekking cyclist, the hotel's hospitable services and great location will come in handy. Check in for one night and enjoy a really good breakfast in comfort before continuing your journey? You can already look forward to bed and bike on the Danube cycle path! Here you can recharge your batteries to master the smaller and larger challenges of your planned route perfectly. Our bike cellar is also at your disposal, where you can conveniently charge your e-bike overnight so that you are full of energy and ready for the next stage.

Are you interested in a cycling holiday and looking for a beautiful Danube cycle path hotel for several nights? Then you will also feel at home at the Lettnerhof! The hotel is also perfect for rally tours.

Cosiness & comfort

There really aren't many hotels on the Danube Cycle Path. Many are off the beaten track or do not cater for cyclists. The Donauhotel Lettnerhof is different. Here, exhausted cyclists from the Danube Cycle Path can sink straight into soft pillows, so to speak. The rooms and suites impress with their stylish elegance and personal touch. Every guest can choose their favourite mattress so that their muscles and limbs can really relax: So decide for yourself whether you prefer to sleep on a medium-firm or firm mattress!

The beds can also be separated, which is a great advantage, especially for members of cycling groups. And although the Lettnerhof is in a very quiet location near the boat harbour anyway, there are also shutters and fly screens on the windows.

Your bikes are safely stored in the hotel's own modern bike room. The room is accessible via its own cycle access and can be locked with the room card. The next day, an extensive vitality breakfast will set you up for the next stage. The breakfast buffet offers everything that gives cyclists new energy and a good mood: wholesome cereals, fresh fruit and delicious fruit juice, fragrant bread and much more.

The light-flooded and beautiful panorama café with its wonderful view of the Danube is the perfect place to plan and discuss the details of the next stage in peace and quiet. The marvellous sunrise comes free with breakfast - weather permitting.

ÖAMTC bike centre

Sometimes it's like a spell: you're out on your bike and suddenly something is wrong. The air pressure in the tyres leaves something to be desired, the chain jumps off or the gears cause problems. Don't panic!  

Stay overnight at the Donauhotel Lettnerhof on the Danube cycle path and visit the ÖAMTC bike centre with its self-service station! It is located just 400 metres from the hotel and offers you the opportunity to carry out small repairs yourself. The station's hand tools can of course be used free of charge. As you can see, there are not too many hotels along the Danube cycle path, but the Lettnerhof clearly stands out from the crowd!

ÖAMTC Au an der Donau

Bike rallies

The Danube Cycle Path is one of Europe's favourite cycle routes. The Danube also offers an excellent starting point for cycle tours of varying degrees of difficulty. We would like to present some inspiring suggestions here:

3 Rivers Cycle Tour | 31 KM | 125 HM

A route along the Naarn, Danube and Aist rivers, which takes you through the protected Natura 2000 area of the Machland and past the regional fields, is the perfect preparation. The renaturalisation of the Naarn is an excellent example of successfully implemented nature conservation.
Refreshment tip: The Moser cider tavern in Mitterkirchen is well worth a visit, with a range that goes beyond cider and includes home-distilled schnapps and whiskey.

5 Rivers Cycle Tour | 49 KM | 125 HM

In addition to Naarn, Danube and Aist, this tour also includes Enns and Erla and thus takes you through Lower Austria. Worth seeing is the longest log bridge in Europe and the Heindlkai Mauthausen.  
Refreshment tip: The Weindlhof in Mauthausen, a down-to-earth toque-awarded restaurant, welcomes cyclists with open arms.

Danube floodplains cycle tour to Greinburg Castle | 65 KM | 365 HM

You cross the most extensive floodplain in Central Europe, with the highlight of the route being the picturesque Danube town of Grein with the impressive Greinburg Castle and the oldest still-active municipal theatre in Austria. We also recommend the archery course in Perg-Kickenau.
Refreshment tip: Cafe Schörgi, Grein, Fischerparadies Brandner in Wallsee

Museum bike tour to Clam Castle | 50 KM | 280 HM

The Celtic village of Mitterkirchen and Clam Castle, made famous by the Clam concerts, are worth a visit. Also recommended are visits to Clam Castle, the Strindberg Museum and the Sturmmühle in Saxen as well as the Heimathaus and the Steinbrecherhaus in Perg.
Refreshment tip: Sturmmühle, Saxen (at the entrance to the Klamschlucht gorge)

Mühlviertel Nature Park Cycle Tour | 56 KM | 800 HM

The route takes you northwards through the Naarntal valley, into the picturesque Mühlviertel Nature Park and on to the spa town of Bad Zell with the famous Hedwigsbründl. The return journey takes you back to the Danube via the idyllic Aisttal valley. A special tip: At the Hotel Lebensquell in Bad Zell, you can enjoy an unusual experience - a cold chamber that reaches temperatures of -110 degrees Celsius.
Refreshment tip: Färberwirt, Bad Zell

From the Green Belt of Europe (Czech Republic) to the Danube | 85 KM | 1400 HM

The challenging royal stage begins with a cycle ride to Gusen, from where you take the Summerauerbahn railway to the starting point in Rybnik, Czech Republic. The return to Austria is via Deutsch-Hörschlag. On this impressive route, you will discover numerous buildings of the historic Linz-Budweis horse-drawn railway, the medieval brewery town of Freistadt and many hidden treasures of the Mühlviertel. Particular attractions include the horse-drawn railway in Kerschbaum, the old Gothic church in St. Peter near Freistadt and the Gutau Dyers' Museum with its exhibits on blue printing.
Refreshment tip: Braugasthof Freistadt