Learning by playing. Inspired by imagination. With lots of fun. A world opens up at the Bareiss just for Minis, Maxis and Teens. Together. Informal. The unknown. Because holidays always also mean adventure, curiosity needs to be tickled, and each age group has different needs. On your marks, get set, go.
Young guests aged from 3 to 6 years old are kept occupied and devotedly cared for every day from 9.00 a.m. to 11 p.m. during the main German holiday periods by well-trained specialists. There is plenty of space to run around and rampage, to make things and play, and to enjoy story-time and dreaming in the Villa Kunterbunt and the Villa Sternenstaub. Outdoors, there is a small petting zoo and an age-oriented adventure playground. Bareiss chefs cook especially for the little ones at lunchtime and in the evening. There is an extensive buffet for lunching together at the children’s tables during the holiday periods; outside the holiday periods children can choose from the Children’s Menu. Guests with children are welcome in the Bareiss restaurants every day from as early as 6.30 p.m.
Forest exploration tours and watching wildlife with our forest ranger; nights spent around the campfire, torch-lit hikes, and bread baked on sticks over the campfire; treasure hunts or riding; excursions to the summer toboggan run, to the Adventure Golf Park, to the Europa Park, to a castle or a zoo – our young guests aged from 7 to 11 can look forward to lots of fun and games during the main German school holiday periods from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 p.m. with experienced supervisors and a dazzling programme of sport, experiences and adventure. Outside the school holidays, the Villa Kunterbunt is open every day from 9.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m., while the circus wagon, treehouse, water playground, adventure playground and Lakota Ranch are wonderful places to be outdoors. One’s imagination is free to roam here, and the children are in their own Bareiss world.
Pool, darts and Wii; table tennis, table football and table hockey; a slot car racetrack, large screen TV for DVD film showings, and an Internet Café – our House of Games is definitely in young hands – teenagers are among themselves here and there’s space to chill, play, surf and read. During the main German school holiday periods, there is also a regularly changing holiday programme with excursions to the Europa Park, mountain bike tours or go-kart driving, golf and tennis taster courses, visits to the cinema with tours behind the scenes, etc., etc., etc. The House of Games is open daily during the main German school holiday periods until 11.00 p.m.