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by robert supon
December 10, 2009
St. Marys, West Virginia
October 12, 2007
From journal Bavaria2006
June 18, 2004
Breakfast was included and was served in their dining room. There is an outdoor patio where one can sip wine from the cafe. Our room was just above this patio and while we could hear the folks outside, it was not disruptive.
From journal Germany 2000
sicklerville, New Jersey
September 2, 2002
They served a splendid buffet breakfast with huge selection of fresh fruit (watermelon, cherries, honeydew, etc.) and wonderful loose tea complete with rock candy stirers.
When we arrived, we walked into a lobby that was just a hall next to a bar, got the key from a barmaid, who directed us up the stairs in the back. We walked back into that bar late that evening and took advantage of yummy strudel with ice cream and whipped cream for a late dessert. The rooms that that they use to serve breakfast in the mornings contained a lively bunch of eaters and drinkers late into the evening.
However, the rooms were quiet and we even had that rare German luxury, a fan. The hotel gives a discount for cash.
From journal Southern Germany by Automobile
July 31, 2001
The building was charming and very well maintained. Open stairways covered with earthtone Mexican tiles led to guest rooms on the upper floors. Our double room, which was on the top floor, in the front of the building, was small but full of character. The room which had dormers, gave the quaint feeling of being in someone''s attic. The beds were small twins with down comforters and pillows. We really liked the bathroom which was very modern and extremely clean. Toilet tissue was like all other hotels in Germany, rolls of thin rough brownish recycled paper!
The cafe which also served as breakfast room is on the main floor. Breakfast which was included in the rate was plentiful. And there were several bottles of beer on the breakfast buffet!
We were there at the end of May and the hotel garden was covered with beautiful lavender-colored flowers named wisteria. If the weather permits, breakfast could be served back here. The garden backed against the old city wall.
Car could be parked along Spitalgasse at night but had to be moved before 9:00am.
Hotel Gerberhaus, which we found based on Rick Steve''s recommendation, was a very good hotel at excellent price (Doubles for DM100-145).
The pictures shown are taken from the hotel website.
From journal Munich and other towns on the Romantic Road