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This medieval castle towers over a deep valley with stunning views from the twin towers, after a healthy climb. Technically it's a ruin, but there is enough of it left to convey the feeling of an actual castle.
The Sunday special entertainment certainly makes for...More
I came here for a party with a large number of young family's. Not only were the kids entertained but there was enough space to eat, drink, play and explore. A very beautiful and well kept place with helpful staff dresses to the nines.
We stayed in the hotel twice, in 1999 and in 2005. Both times we had a lot of fun. The food is reasonably good. The hotel rooms are OK. The best is, that you castle for yourself in the evening. Explore the castle and the...More
Great looking medieval castle to walk around and explore - many parts have been restored, but the attraction is predominantly the castle itself, and it's costumed staff. With towers, ramparts and courtyards to climb and explore, one has to realise that this place has been...More
To stay at the hotel on a real burg is sth wonderful especially when rooms are very nice designed, comfortable and clean. The only one aspect which requires a bit development is food they serve here, good but not the best, a bit too salty...More
That is correct. You have to walk up. And up, and up. Having driven by it many times, it enchanted us; the castle lit up at night is especially beautiful. We only visited Ehrenburg Castle (and the suspension bridge! Do it!) and read all the...More
The entry fees to visit the castle is really affordable (3,50 to 4,50 per person).
It is a total experience. We (a group of trail riders) stayed overnight and had dinner at this Hotel. The food was excellent and the staff was very accommodating to...More