We are constantly striving to ensure the wellbeing of our youngest guests, as well as their parents or grandparents. That’s why you’ll find the larger family cabins with change tables and baby capsule space in our change-room facility. If you come as a larger group, you may also be able to use the group change rooms, after speaking with check-out staff./span>
Our toilets and bathrooms are equipped with wash basin stools and children’s WCs, while the indoor pool area has a kids’ toilet and change table.
The paddling pool also includes a basket of toys such as rubber ducks, boats and watering cans for our young guests to play with in the water. A crawling pen for infants is provided next to the paddling pool.
Our cafeteria has high chairs for the little ones, and the kitchen staff will gladly help you warm up any baby food. For slightly older children, we offer delicious, affordable kids’ menus, including potato fritters with apple sauce, and noodles with tomato sauce. The cafeteria also has some toys, such as picture books and memories to make the waiting times before meals more enjoyable.
If you want to take a break with your child, you are more than welcome to use the rest area in the gallery. Your baby can also have his/her midday nap here.
Use our pool to get your child accustomed to water. You can sit comfortably in our Jacuzzi in the indoor pool facility and hold your baby safely. The rising air bubbles are lots of fun even for the littlest of guests.
You can take a lot of precautions when it comes to your child’s health. It doesn’t necessarily have to be a Finnish sauna. Even a short visit to the steam chamber is highly recommended, particularly during the winter season. The moist, warm air opens up the bronchia and invigorates you for the wet and cold autumn and winter weather.
Children with skin complaints and respiratory disorders will benefit from a spell in the brine pool and brine tunnel. The salty air has an anti-inflammatory effect, and prevents and heals chronic bronchitis and sinusitis. The salty brine water relieves the rheumatic diseases, respiratory disorders and skin complaints. For more information, click here.
Wie in der Vergangenheit bereits angekündgt, haben wir unseren Thermenbetrieb zum 31.12.2022 eingestellt.
Das Team der Körse-Therme arbeitet nun daran, die Sanierung und Erweiterung der Körse-Therme Kirschau zu realisieren.
Wir werden Sie an dieser Stelle über den Fortgang des Projektes informieren. Soweit sich keine unvorhergesehen Hindernisse auf den Terminplan auswirken, hoffen wir auf eine Wiedereröffnung der Körse-Therme Kirschau voraussichtlich zu Ende 2025.
Wir danken jedem Einzelnen von Ihnen für den Besuch unserer Therme, wünschen Ihnen alles Gute und hoffen sehr auf ein Wiedersehen im Jahr 2025.
Ihr Team der Körse-Therme Kirschau