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Arrive, relax and enjoy - enjoy yourself!Your way to us leads you into the heart of a contemplative scenary at the Romantic Street, where rest and recreation inspire your spirits and where an excellent way of living also expresses itself in delicious food.Enjoy an easy going time at one of the most beautiful hotels in the southern part of germany, in Dinkelsbuhl, a very attractive town dated from the Midlle Ages. Be our guest in our house full of history, tradition and savoir vivre.Out of a patrician`s home , originally built in 1440 , we have created a refuge of good taste, and have preserved the unique character and charme of the traditional property.
All reviews valet parking small town romantic road great hotel delicious meal no doubt facing the street no elevator located right comfortable bed stayed one night historic feel room was large history germany building charm
The owner saw that we had two older kids, instead of infants and immediately changed our room to accommodate us. All of the staff were great and very helpful. Dinner was great the dry aged steak was cooked to perfection. We will definitely be back.
Decided on a whim to come here for the night to escape the dreadful language course lodgings I am in in a nearby town.
Delighted I did. A bit hard to find with Sav Nav on my car as there were a huge number of...More
While traveling with another couple, we were excited to stay at this great historic inn on the Romantic Road yet had a very disappointing breakfast (not up to German inn standards for lodging at this price). During our 17 day stay in Germany, this was...More
We were here recently for the Kinderzeche festival. We really enjoyed our stay here. We were greeted by Sara who seems to do it all. She checked us in, was a waitress for the restaurant, and showed me to the room, and gave many recommendations....More
We stayed here one night and we thought it was perfectly lovely. Our second-floor room had windows that opened ineard outside of which were flower boxes filled with bright red flowers. The building was any number of years old-the history is lengthy. There were paintings...More