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Thoroughly Enjoyed Our Stay at the Hotel Klosterstuble
My husband and I stayed at the Hotel Klosterstuble for one night in May and really enjoyed our stay. The hotel was very centrally located, minutes from the main square. Our room was cozy and quaint, with beautiful wood furniture and a nice couch and chair. The bathroom was a little small but typical of most European hotels we have stayed in. The breakfast was wonderful; quite a spread and the best breakfast of our trip! We would be delighted to stay there again, and plan on doing so during our next visit to Rothenburg.
Quiet and charming
Arriving in Rothenburg late afternoon in early September of 2004, it was very pleasant to find our accommodations were located on a quiet side street. The staff was warm, the food was good, the site was within steps of both the main street and the valley behind.
That night we enjoyed a memorable lantern walk touring the city and learning its amazing history. My husband enjoyed this site more than any other in all of Germany. I would love to return during the winter holiday season. The hotel's email address is permanently saved in my address book.
A vacation in itself!
Wonderful quaint hotel that gives you the feel of a B&B! Rooms were spotless with the best shower in Europe! The service was outstanding from all (English-speaking). Dinner in their restaurant downstairs was exceptional! A great value at E90.
My husband and I spent a night at this wonderful property in May, 2004. My only regret is that we didn't stay longer.
We had a room on the top floor (well worth the stairs) and our window opened up on an amazing view across Rothenburg. The room was decorated in a warm, provincial style. The bath was small, but well-organized.
The dining room downstairs serves wonderful food (we had dinner and wine, delicious) and the breakfast that is included with the room is quite nice.
The location is perfect - near the gardens and in a low-traffic section of this small, beautiful town. The service was excellent and friendly.
I cannot recommend this Hotel enough. You won't be disappointed.
Great little Bed and Breakfast Inn
Went there September 2nd-
This is a great bed and breakfast in the wonderful medieval city of Rothenburg Ob der Tauber. Good value for the euro and great service. No elevator - you've got climb the winding staircase. The rate includes breakfast. It is a small hotel of 13 rooms but are expanding to the building next door which will give them an additional 22 rooms. You can book the hotel on the internet just by typing in Rothenburg hotels
This hotel is mentioned in the Rick Steve's book as well. Go by his reccommendations for hotels and restaurants and shopping - he is right on! Don't miss the Night Watchman's Tour in the square.
Great Place to Stay
We stayed at this hotel in March 2003. We liked it so much, we brought our three sons back this April and stayed again. The 5-person room was tight, but super clean and had a very up-to-date, clean, bright bathroom. The rooms are nicely decorated. I feel their rates are very reasonable. Our breakfasts were included and were wonderful; diner was great too.
Very pleased with Hotel Klosterstuble
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Klosterstuble in March 2002. We can't think of one negative thing to say about this small, family run hotel.
Very charming atmosphere, excellent location, with very clean and comfortable rooms. Excellent value. Would not stay anywhere else while in Rothenburg.
Great family run hotel
We booked over the internet and stayed for 1 night. Erika, who co-owns the hotels went out of her way to accomodate us and our 4-year old child, including getting him some yogurt after the restaurant had closed. Great location in the heart of old town, and service above expectations. Parking is a little tight in front of the hotel
Our favorite place to stay
The Klosterstuble is our favorite place to stay when we are in Rothenburg. In fact we have stayed there 3 times in the last 5 years and are taking a group of our friends there this December.
In the summer of 2002, we were eating breakfast and Rick Steeves (writes travel books) came in and sat next to us. If he stays there you know its pretty good.
It is located very near the markplatz on a side street. The staff are very friendly, rooms are charming, and everything is immaculate.
Our favorite room is #1.
A very good hotel... A great value
I stayed at the Klosterstuble in October 2001. It was easy to find, located conveniently in a quiet part of the old city, by the Castle Garden wall, and right next to the best part of old town center. The couple that run it were very cooperative and helpful. I loved my room (top floor single w/shower). Quaint, comfortable, extremely clean, tastefully decorated, very quiet and private. The rate was only $55/night, including fruhstuck (breakfast), which was very good.
I was out very late (midnight is late for Rothenburg) carousing in the cellars and beer gardens. They gave me a key for the front door so I could come and go as I pleased.
Though they cook very good meals at the hotel, I asked them for a restaurant they would recommend in town. They were not offended and instead very helpful, and their recommendation was excellent. Summary: I would return and stay at Hotel Klosterstuble anytime. One of the better hotel values I found in Europe.
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The view from our room is amazing! Guess what? There's a
church with a tower and a bell! But the bell didn’t ring as frequently as it
did when Mom and Dad were in Germany 20 years ago. (That’s a whole other
story). Mom and Rachel couldn’t figure out how to make the shower work but I
did! (Mom says, thank you Jenna …
Beautiful walled village in Franconia. We drove through stunning scenery and arrived to glorious sunshine. We walked the perimeter wall and the charming cobbled streets of this picturesque hamlet. Spent the evening sampling regional wursts and beer. We chatted long into the evening with a delightful German couple, who Brenton may have invited to Adelaide for a holiday! This village was certainly one of the highlights of our trip so ...
... cobblestone streets, and flower filled window boxes. The town is home to the famous and original Katherine Wohlfahrt Christmas Store. This was an amazing store with its collections of Xmas tree decorations,cribs, and historic Father Xmas figures. Rothenburg boasts beautiful preserved medieval architecture and ruins. The town is a lot like Miltenberg full of character and charm. We return to the ship for lunch. At ...
... had cinnamon ones. A bit later we bought gelato to wash it down. We had chicken cordon blue for supper along with salad, soup, fries, and a custard and fruit desert. It was very good. After supper most of us went on a rampart walk. It was awesome. Jeff at the front with Mr. Bresett. Time now for blogging and then to bed. Good night! ...
... right to levy taxes and so they became very wealthy. Napoleon abolished trheir rule in 1803 with the crearion of the 'Kingdom of Bavaria'.
Didn't get to see Wurzburg much but went straight on a tour to Rothenburg in the Tauber Valley about an hours drive away and one of the most picturesque villages in Germany and certainly one of the most famous. Its completely surrounded by a wall and is full of charm (but to me ...