Insect Hotel XXXL | large nesting aid for bees


The Insect Hotel is an eye-catcher in your garden.

  • Attracts bees, lacewings, ladybirds etc.
  • For nesting and hibernating.
  • Reduces vine lice in your garden.
€ 99.90 *

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

Delivery time appr. 1-3 workdays

price per unit
From 1
€ 99.90 *
From 2
€ 89.90 *
-10 %
From 5
€ 79.90 *
-20 %
  • 90539
Place the Insect Hotel XXXL in spring or summer on a rain protected but sunny spot in your... more

Place the Insect Hotel XXXL in spring or summer on a rain protected but sunny spot in your garden or patio. Gradually the variety of insects such as bees, ladybirds, lacewings, butterflies etc will settle down and set up their nest in the house. They will find food in the surrounding garden area, pollinate flowers and feed on bugs and vine lice. The insects will hibernate in the house during winter. Watching the busy buzz and life-cycle of these insects can also be an exciting experience for the children. Bees (Mason bees) will lay their eggs in the tubes of wood and seal them. In spring the eggs will hatch, the larvae will grow and new bees will hatch. Mason bees will appear in April and pollinate mainly fruit trees as well as strawberries. Ladybirds feel very comfortable in the dense material and in summer they will keep your plants free of vine lice and other bugs. They are active during the day and will return to the insect hotel for the night.


  • Dimensions: 50 cm x 14,5 cm x approx. 120 cm
  • Depth with foot: 28,5 cm
Place of use: outdoors
Operating principle: nesting aid
Animal: butterflies, earwigs, lacewings, ladybirds, Wildbienen
Gebrauchsanweisung Insektenhotel XXXL (PDF) more
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customer reviews on "Insect Hotel XXXL | large nesting aid for bees"
7 May 2015

Mit gefällts!

Das Insektenhotel ist nicht nur unheimlich nützlich für Insekten, sondern sieht im Garten auch echt chic aus. Sehr toll finde ich, dass ich selbst etwas Material für die kleinen Tierchen in die leeren Fächer tun kann. Jetzt heißt es abwarten und schauen, welche Insekten in ihr neues Häuschen einziehen!

24 Apr 2015

Echter Hingucker!

Wow, das ist schön groß und nun der Hingucker in unserem Garten. Einige Röhren waren bei der Lieferung locker, da habe ich einfach ein paar Stöckchen dazu gesteckt. Langsam sind auch Wildbienen und Käfer da die dort rumkrabbeln. Wir sind gespannt, was für Tiere noch kommen.

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