We are an award-winning ADAC Biker Hotel
Attention bikers: The Hotel Mühlenthal is exactly the right accommodation for you and your motorcycle! Discover the three-country corner between France, Luxembourg and Germany on two wheels, stay with us and enjoy culinary specialties as well as the Franco-German culture!
Our house has a large inner courtyard and sufficient garages for motorbikes. A drying room, a sauna, our workshop and a large garden are also available. Saarland specialties from the beech wood grill and regional cuisine spoil you with culinary delights. The evening ends with a tasting in the in-house distillery.
When the weather is nice, we welcome you with a cold beer or Moselaner Riesling sparkling wine in our large garden and warmly welcome you.
We are motorbike friendy
We are an ADAC biker hotel. Due to its special motorcycle friendliness, our hotel was again awarded a Biker Hotel by the ADAC in 2021.
Our house has a large inner courtyard and sufficient garages for motorbikes. In addition, all motorcycle enthusiasts receive our free Mühlenthal biker specials.
- Free overnight stay for 2 people in a double room for tour group planners
- Free provision of a car (after prior reservation), excluding fuel costs
- Free provision of two e-bikes
- Free garages
Fantastic motorbike routes right on our doorstep
Warndt-Saargau Motorcycle Tour: 115 km
History, industry and nature at its best - the Warndt-Saargau Tour leads from Saarlouis with its old town and the remains of the historic fortifications through idyllic landscapes in the Saargau and Warndt towards the Völklingen Ironworks World Heritage Site.
Starting point is Wallerfangen, from where you cycle along narrow serpentine roads towards St. Barbara. Passing fields and orchards - you should take the special features of agricultural vehicles into account on the entire tour- the route takes you in winding sections towards Siersburg. The ruins of the Siersburg are worth a first stop. From there you have a special view over large parts of the Saargau. On narrow roads with many bends, the route heads towards Eimersdorf. After a downhill passage, you cross the Nied towards Waldwisse/Gerlfangen. The route continues uphill and then downhill again until you reach Leidingen, which is divided by the French border. In the direction of Berus, you will pass another worthwhile stop: the former broadcasting station of the Europe 1 transmitter, which again offers a special view over large parts of Saarlouis. From Berus, a downhill passage leads towards Altforweiler. From there the route continues to Überherrn - Bisten - Differten. The route passes fields and meadows before entering the Warndt forest and passing the Warndt pond. From here on, the route becomes narrower and climbs in rhythmic sweeps. The route descends via serpentines to Karlsbrunn. From there, the route leads to the village of St. Nikolaus. The nearby Mühlenweiher invites you to take a break. The route continues to Großrosseln/Völklingen. Passing fields and trees, you reach Emmersweiler via a country road. Now you ride along the German-French border again to Großrosseln, followed by Ludweiler and Werbeln.
Here you can find the map
Saar, Moselle & Hunsrück: 160 km
The feedback of many bikers as well as press reports make this route one of the most perfect in Germany. The demanding round trip through the region of the border triangle at the border to France, Luxembourg and Rhineland-Palatinate, offers you many sections that are extremely suitable for leaning. The attentive rider will also find many sights worth seeing, such as the Saarschleife, or the vineyards in the region around Perl. The starting point in Merzig is the town hall, from where you are guided through many small villages to Perl-Borg. You now have the option of making a detour at the "Villa Borg".
The route continues along a wide country road from which you can see as far as the cooling towers of the Cattenom nuclear power station. Passing vineyards, the route leads to Perl and on to Sinz. The Moselle promenade in Remich is full of motorcyclists in fine weather. The actual route turns right in Sinz, followed by an uphill passage that conquers the mountain in two lanes of curves and allows for spectacular lean angles. At the top, the route continues to Saarbrurg/Münzingen. In Orscholz you should definitely visit the "Cloef". Here you have a magnificent view over the Saar Loop. Now a descent awaits you that is once again extremely sloping. From Mettlach you pass through many small villages until you reach the northernmost point of the tour in Nonnweiler. On this section you pass the Losheim reservoir. Here, too, it is worth stopping to dip your feet in the cool water at the lido. If your stomach is rumbling now, a visit to the Reimsbacher Hof is definitely worthwhile. Steaks, schnitzel and burgers in XXL format await you here. The tour now leads via Düppenweiler to Honzrath, in the direction of Merzig/Merchingen. The last overland passage will bring you back to your starting point, the Merzig Stadthalle.
Here you can find the map