Gästehaus am Berg

Bayerwaldstraße 5, Bayerisch Eisenstein, Germany, Distance from city centre: 0.5km

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Gästehaus am Berg has 13 spacious, individually decorated and comfortable en-suite bedrooms, most with balconies with views of the village and beyond. There are 2 single rooms, 8 double rooms and 3 three-bedded (1 double and 1 single bed) rooms. A cot is available at no extra cost. Each bedroom has a private shower rooms with hand-basins and toilet, flat-screen TV, with integrated DVD player, hair-dryer, complimentary mineral water, tea and coffee-making facilities, a file of local information, places to visit, restaurants, etc. (in both English and German). There is Free WiFi internet access throughout the property. Guests also have free use of local German buses and trains for the duration of their stay.
Breakfast is included in the room price. Guests can choose from a selection of cereals, organic yoghurts, fresh fruit, boiled eggs, breads and fresh rolls, home-made jams, nutella, organic honey, meats, cheeses, fruit juices, teas, coffee or hot chocolate.
There is a large communal lounge with open fireplace, views, comfy sofas and a small selection of DVDs, games, maps,guide books etc. A selection of cold and hot drinks, homemade cakes and other snacks are available.
Sorry, no smoking and no animals.

Gaestehaus am Berg is within easy walking distance of the village amenities, such as restaurants and cafes, train museum, art gallery, train station, banks, bakers and village shop, ski and bike hire shops, the German/Czech border and only 5 minutes drive to the ski lifts and ski schools. Walking, cycling and cross-country ski trails start within 100 meters of the guesthouse.

The Guesthouse is located in the Bavarian Forest, halfway between Munich and Prague, which along with Salzburg, Regensburg, Nuremberg and Passau, are less the 3 hours drive away. The Bavarian Forest is part of the largest wooded area in central Europe, often referred to as “the Green Roof of Europe”. It's an area of outstanding natural beauty, situated in the South East of Germany, on the border with the Czech Republic, close to Austria and the River Danube. The Bayerischer Wald (D) and the Sumava (CZ) National Parks and the highest mountain in the region, Grosser Arber (1456m) are on our doorstep.

Prices are per person per night.

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B&B Facilities & Policies

  • Bicycle hire
  • Bicycle parking
  • Board Games
  • Book exchange
  • Breakfast Included
  • Cots available
  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • DVDs
  • Free Internet Access
  • Free Parking
  • Free Wifi
  • Hair Dryers
  • House Keeping
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Lounge
  • Non Smoking
  • Taxes included
  • Tea/Coffee Making Facilities
  • Towels Included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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Bayerisch Eisenstein is easy to reach from the UK. It takes about 10 hours to drive here from Calais and 2 hours by car from Munich, Prague or Linz airports and 3 hours from Salzburg airport.
A car is not essential. There are good local bus and train services and some great deals on fares, including free local bus and train travel for duration of stay, under the GUTi scheme (bayerwald-ticket.com).
We are happy to collect guests from and return them to the village station, if required.

The Gastehaus is only 10-15 minutes walk from the station at Bayerisch Eisenstein. There are hourly trains to Plattling, where there are connections to inter-city trains. From Bayerisch Eisenstein trains run once an hour, from approximately 4am until about 9pm each day.

If you are walking from the station, come out the front of the building and turn left. Take the 1st right down the hill, Hohenzollerstrasse. Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing to the left of the junction, and follow the zigzag footpath uphill. Follow this path to the T-junction at the top (about 100 meters), (in the summer, there are a number of seats on the way up, for admiring the view). Turn left at the T-junction and take the next road on the left. Follow the road round to the right, we are the third house on the right.

Located Near

Arber & Spicak ski slopes, ski schools, ski lifts etc. 10 minutes by car or Free ski bus.
Bavarian Forest & Sumava National Parks and German/Czech border on doorstep.
Halfway between Munich and Prague, just over 2 hours by car.

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