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  • Enjoy the European Championship as close as possible!

    Or discover the beautiful Eifel-region at another time during the Summer! Embark on a journey to the enchanting Eifel region in Germany and indulge in the breathtaking nature, serene tranquility, and the opportunity for adventurous activities. You'll be staying at Landhaus Hohenfried, an accommodation perfectly tailored for groups of up to 60 people. The entire house is designed with groups in mind, featuring spacious bedrooms for 1, 4, 6, or 8 persons, ample showers and toilets, and a well-equipped kitchen where groups can prepare their own meals. For relaxation, the accommodation offers various options such as an exciting foosball or ping pong tournament, a cozy movie night, or the creation of an engaging quiz. In the garden and the surrounding woods, you can enjoy a barbecue, a game of football on the lawn, or completely unwind in the jacuzzi on the terrace. The Eifel region itself provides a diverse range of activities, whether in nature, in the city, or on the water! Explore the vibrant city of Cologne, where you can visit the impressive Dom, take part in a City Escape Game, or simply explore the city at your own pace. For the adventurous souls among you, there's the option to engage in an exhilarating game of paintball. The Heimbach reservoir, on the other hand, offers the perfect opportunity for a canoe excursion or a refreshing dip in the water! In summary, this region has something to offer everyone, whether you're traveling with groups of young children or adults! If you happen to stay with us during the early summer period, immerse yourself fully in the atmosphere of the European Football Championship taking place in Germany! Stream the Euro matches on the big screen in your accommodation or head to Düsseldorf to experience the ambiance during the quarterfinals scheduled there on July 6! Send an e-mail to or and book your trip to the Eifel region right away! *Standard package includes accommodation, 3 meals per day, cancelation insurance and JEKA-support

  • Renovations Lechtal 2023

    Last month, a motivated team of volunteers went to the Lechtal to take care of some of our accommodations! Every year our winter and summer groups get the opportunity to give their opinion on how their trip went, and where we can improve. It is not only fun for a group to share their experience, but for JEKA it is also a unique opportunity to find out where the pain points are in our organization. Receiving feedback is of course only useful if something is actually done with it, and so our work team went to the Lechtal in October for the first renovation of our accommodations. The team consisted of a combination of employees from Asse and a large number of motivated volunteers. We say it often, but not often enough: our volunteers are heroes! One is very good at painting walls, the other is very handy in carpentry, and there are also many that can be used for all kinds of jobs. Which works were planned? Some walls received a new coat of paint, the stairs in certain lodgings were sanded, some water pipes were checked, wall tiles were installed in the showers, and a new floor was laid in several rooms. The entire team worked hard for ten days to ensure that our first groups can arrive for a ski holiday in a renovated and clean accommodation! All that hard work yielded a result that every member of the work team can be more than proud of! During their time in Austria week there was also reason for celebration! Leo was able to celebrate his birthday in the Lechtal, and of course that included cake! Congratulations again, Leo! Such an amount of effort naturally also requires a portion of relaxation. In our opinion, this is only right, cheers! Want to stay informed about future renovation works or other news from behind the scenes? Then follow us on Facebook and Instagram, or just come and take a look yourself during a winter or summer trip to one of our destinations!

  • Austria : Canteclaer

    Location Haus Canteclaer, a former bakery, is located in Holzgau, a village in the Lechtal valley at an altitude of about 1,100m. Holgzau has fewer than 500 inhabitants and is best known for its houses with painted facades. Lodge The Canteclaer accommodation has 10 bedrooms for 52 beds. There is a well-equipped kitchen on the ground floor near the large dining room. Sanitary facilities are located on the ground floor and first floor. Activities in the Lechtal valley Below is a selection of activities in the Lechtal : mountain (hut) tours rafting ropes course via ferrata canyoning mini-golf swimming Tyrolean evening toboggan run carbine shooting

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