We stayed here for two nights. We were greeted by Maria the owner who was friendly and welcoming and spoke excellent English. The hotel was delightful with lots of interesting spaces and artwork. Our room was on the second floor (there is no lift) and Maria offered to help us up the 4 flights of stairs. The room was under the eaves but was spacious and beautifully clean. The bathroom had a big shower and wash basin. Good quality toiletries. Strangely though the tea making equipment was in here. There were large white fluffy robes and towels. The room was big enough for a family with a large double bed and a sofa which I think turned into a bed. The beams were left exposed and the chimney had been left in this converted barn. The room was really lovely. We didn't have an evening meal as the restaurant was fully booked on the first night and we ate elsewhere on the second night. Breakfast was an interesting affair with the food already on the table on a tiered 'cake stand'. Jams in the top tier, meats in the middle and cheeses in the bottom. Yoghurts and granola with fruit salad came in little pots also on the table. There was also a basket of breads. Fresh fruit was available and eggs cooked to order. Service was excellent. We cycled to Andechs from here and also around the lake. The only real downside to this was the bells from the local church ring every 15 minutes from 6 am to 10 pm. Lovely hotel, good staff and enjoyable stay.
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