Sölring Hof

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Luxurious relaxation

Sylt - dream destination, place of longing, "Queen of the North Sea". Nestled in the natural landscape and right by the sea, the five-star Hotel Söl'ring Hof is located on the Rantum dune, where guests are welcomed by host Jan Philip Berner. Jan-Philipp Berner's cuisine is among the best that German gastronomy has to offer. Sommelière Bärbel Ring manages the gourmet restaurant and the wine cellar just as competently. The rooms and suites offer every imaginable comfort. In the spa oasis, too, the focus is on the guest. After a day in the healthy sea air, you can enjoy sauna infusions and massages. The service is consistently based on the wishes of the guests: have a picnic on the beach, enjoy one last glass outside at night, have a swim before the open-end breakfast, just walk barefoot all day - nothing is impossible. The Söl'ring Hof is part of the new Hommage Luxury Hotels Collection, an exclusive selection of five-star hotels that offer their guests an incomparable hotel experience.


There are only a few double rooms on Sylt like the Söl'ring Hof. They are the perfect place for a wonderful overnight stay for those seeking relaxation, weekend trippers, business travelers and self-confessed island fans. It doesn't matter whether you choose one of the cozy dune rooms (26 sqm) and private terrace, the watt room (38 sqm) and fireplace or the large dune room (35 sqm) and heated beach chair on the private terrace - each room is a little individualist. Nordic clarity inspired us with the furnishing: dark woods, light fabrics, subtle decoration, warm lighting, elegant comfort. Is the sun fully up? Then off to breakfast - by the way, that's what awaits you here all day and is prepared for you by the team around our passionate master of the morning, Bernd "Bernie" Vorstadt.

Gret Palucca - Large dune room with terrace 35 sqm

You don't want to leave this bright and spacious room at all. At sunrise there is a fantastic view of the Wadden Sea with its constant game of ebb and flow. In the bathroom, which has access to the terrace, there is a large shower.

35 sqm
dune view
large terrace
beach chair

The highlight on the embedded terrace is your own beach chair - relax here undisturbed high up on the dune. The large dune room bears the name of dancer Gret Palucca, who was born in Munich in 1902. She was one of the most important performers of expressive dance and became an idol of the avant-garde. In 1936 she took part in the opening games of the Olympic Games in Berlin. She only ended her teaching career at the age of 88. Throughout her life, Palucca was connected to the Sylt. She visited the island for the first time in 1924 and later became List's guest of honor. Her last public dance evenings took place in Kampen and List - as a homage to the island, so to speak.

From 890 Euros per night for 2 persons

Dune room 26 sqm with mini terrace

These particularly charming rooms with a view of the dunes have a small terrace. In harmony with nature, you will be tempted to surrender to the sound of the waves on the North Sea, just a few meters away. The bathroom offers a bath with shower.

26 sqm
dune view
small terrace
Bathtub with shower

The dune rooms are named after Valeska Gert, Wulf Manne Decker and CP Hansen.

Valeska Gert became known as an eccentric dancer and pantomime, who has also appeared on screen alongside Greta Garbo. She made films with Schlöndorff and Fellini. She lived primarily in Berlin, but in 1951 she opened the famous "goat barn" in Kampen, which was frequented by many like-minded people. The restaurant was only furnished with wooden benches and milking stools and the waiters warbled chansons or quickly recited a poem. Gert died in 1978 and lies in Berlin in the honorary cemetery.

In 1855, a few far-sighted residents of Sylt officially proclaimed the “Westerland seaside resort”. This year there were 98 guests. Wulf Manne Decker was a co-founder of the seaside resort and from 1857 its first spa director. At his own expense, he had the island chronicler C.P. Hansen lay the first "tourist guide on Sylt".

The Sylt chronicler C. P. Hansen lived from 1803 to 1879 and was primarily a teacher, teaching up to 120 students with two assistants. In his spare time he compiled extensive material on the history, culture and folklore of Sylt in numerous books and writings. He researched family chronicles, logbooks and official records and thus became a comprehensive expert on the island. Hansen published the first Sylt travel guide: "Guide for bathers in Westerland". He is buried in the Keitum Cemetery. In memory of his services, the C. P. Hansen Prize is awarded annually on Sylt for special achievements in preserving customs.

From €595 per night for 2 people

Watt room with fireplace 38 sqm

In this beautiful room you look far over the town of Rantum and the Wadden Sea - the changing of the tides reshapes the picture outside the window here again and again. From the bathtub, which also has a shower, you have a very special view of the dunes.

38 sqm
Watt view
Bathtub with shower

The fire in the fireplace makes this room a cozy gem at any time of the year. The Wattzimmer bears the name of a legendary figure: Ekke Nekkepenn. According to legend, the merman fell in love with the beautiful Inge von Rantum. However, she rejected him. In his anger, he sent storms and tidal waves down the coast and had ships caught in nets and sunk.

From 745 Euro per night for 2 persons

Watt suite with fireplace 60 sqm

While the fire blazes in the fireplace, you can enjoy the fantastic view over the village of Rantum and the Wadden Sea to Morsum in the spacious suite. The natural spectacle of the tides reshapes this grandiose picture over and over again. The upper gallery can be reached via a staircase, on which both the sleeping area and the bathroom with shower are located. There is a guest toilet in the entrance area of ??the suite.

60 sqm
watt look
guest toilet

The Wattsuite is named after the ferryman Thomas Selmer. He actually comes from Nordstrand, from where he transported building materials to Sylt by sailing ship towards the middle of the 19th century. He later received a concession that allowed him to transport people between Munkmarsch and Hoyer in Denmark. In order to shorten the waiting time for the passengers in Munkmarsch, Selmer had a ferry house with a bar built at the port there, which he had demolished after a short time in favor of a more comfortable lodging house.

From 890 Euro per night for 2 persons

Sea suite with fireplace 70 sqm

While the fire blazes in the fireplace, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the beach and the North Sea from the living area of ??the exclusive and spacious suite. The sleeping area and the bathroom are on the upper, open gallery.

70 sqm
sea ??view
open gallery
guest toilet

The sleeping area and the bathroom are on the upper, open gallery. Since the beginning of 2023, guests can look forward to a completely new bathroom. It has been completely gutted and daylight enters the room in all its glory through the large new glass door. There is also a guest toilet in the entrance area of ??the suite.

The name of the sea suite can be traced back to the courageous mother Merret Lassen, who was born in Rantum in 1789. She was the wife of Peter Lassen, with whom she had 17 children. In the summer of 1825, the Danish King Frederik VI. the family after hearing of the "proficient and exceedingly handsome" Merret. The Lassens had to relocate twice because their homes were destroyed by windblown sand and then by a storm surge.

From 1.995 Euro per night for 2 persons



An oasis of peace with evening impressions.
Far away from the hustle and bustle, the Söl`ring Hof is situated individually, without a neighbourhood between the dunes directly by the sea.
“Where the North Sea waves rush..."
In front of the house there is a white, wide beach.
The foyer.
The bar offers more than just a nightcap, it is a communicative meeting point and offers excellent cocktails, wines and tasty snacks among many other drinks.
The small but fine spa oasis offers relaxation for body and soul.
Sea suite "Merret Lassen" with fireplace for two persons.
The mudflat room Ekke Nekkepenn bears the name of a legendary figure.
Host and Chef: Jan-Philipp Berner

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Sölring Hof

Host: Jan-Philipp Berner
An der Sandwand 1
25980 Rantum
Schleswig-Holstein | Sylt

15 individual rooms, suites and maisonettes
Prices according to season and category - from 595 euros per room.

2-star restaurant open from: Tuesday to Saturday, 6:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m

Culinary experience Sylt: Star restaurant of the Söl'ring Hof with classic menu: Opening times from:
Sundays from 6.30 p.m., the kitchen closes at 10 p.m.
the restaurant closes at 11 p.m

Lunch in the living room: Wednesday to Saturday, 1:00 p.m

Distance to Sylt Airport: 15 minutes


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