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Currently the house is only available for our hotel-guests.


Information currently only available in German and Dutch - please feel free to get in touch with us when you have any question:



We would like to welcome you at the renewed website of our Hotel-Restaurant Silbertanne.

The quiet location of our hotel, the attractive surroundings of the village of Hohegeiß with its colourful meadows, the green forests, the large number of well-defined footpaths and several ski-lifts offer you a nice and welcome variety and recreation for every season.

Our hotel does not only offer you 10 renovated rooms (2018 - bathrooms still to be updated), but also a cosy restaurant where we serve a nice variety of genuine German dishes and a terrace wit an attractive view on the Hasental.

The Silbertanne therfore offers you the perfect basis for your active, cultural or relaxing stay at the Harz !!

On this website you will find a lot of information. Not only regarding our hotel, the rooms and the restaurant, but also regarding the many attractions Hohegeiß and its direct surroundings have to offer you. Have fun exploring our website and we are looking forward to meeting you here in Hohegeiß... 

Who are we

Let us briefly introduce ourselves: we are Marcel van Kessel and Patrick Scheve and in October 2018 we have moved to Hohegeiß to take over Hotel-Restaurant Silbertanne.

The month of November 2018 we had planned completely to renovate our 10 guestrooms (the bathrooms are to be refurbished later) and at the beginning of December we have actually started running this business. The first few months the former owners, the Woltering family, has coached and guided us intense in getting to know the house and running our own hotel.

We would like to offer our guests a nice and pleasant stay with us. The Silbertanne has earned itself a good name over the last decades, not only with the locals, but also with the visitors from other parts of the country (or even from abroad). For us, it is therefore important to keep the Silbertanne running...