Breakfast consisted of bread/rolls, thin lunch meat, thinly sliced cheese, a little fruit, juice, and they even brought cold (well, cool) milk for me. Tea and coffee were available.
Everyone was very kind and helpful. Henni even found some ice for my husband the first night we arrived. He was not in the best of moods after our long flight from Houston to Zurich, and then the drive to Rothenburg in a five-speed manual transmission, which he had not handled for many years. She calmed the troubled waters with some ice for the Dr. Pepper he had brought from home!
They lock the street door at 9pm, but you are given a key to enter at a side gate in the alley. They provided a parking place one street behind at no extra charge. We would definitely stay here again.
Take a look at their website Gasthof zur Goldenen Rose for pictures and current prices. When I tried to make a reservation by e-mail, I received no answer from them. In frustration, I finally called to discover that they had tried to answer me several times, but my computer kept kicking back their e-mail—something in my security settings, apparently, because this also happened with a place in Switzerland. So, if you don’t hear from a place out of the country, you might want to add their e-mail to your address book so it will for sure come through.
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July 30, 2005
From journal Romantic Road Gem
July 8, 2005
From journal Romantic Road to Rothenburg
Santa Monica, California
October 21, 2000
From journal Rothenburg and the Romantic Road