Hotel St. Fridolin
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel St. Fridolin Bad Sackingen
St. Fridolin was my first "bett&bike" experience, and for this, i was somewhat disappointed. For someone like me who´s travelling with a bike, i would expect a more affordable place, and it was the most expensive so far, about 62 euro for a single room with breakfast. But, let´s go to the real point: the place is lovely, the room is very good and the recepcion crew is whole lotta easygoing. Good option if you have a little more bit to afford.
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