Hotel Schillingshof

Address: Fallerstr. 11, Bad Kohlgrub, Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Bavarian Alps, Bavaria, 82433, Germany | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Fallerstr. 11, Bad Kohlgrub.
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        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Schillingshof Bad Kohlgrub

        4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

        Travel Blogs from Bad Kohlgrub

        Legendary Neuschwanstein Castle

        A travel blog entry by londone7 on Sep 21, 2015

        1 comment, 50 photos

        ... was very dark all in dark oak. The rooms are much brighter in the brochure pics then they actually are.

        From the second floor the castle is not complete. It is used as a cafeteria and gift shop. There is also a viewing terrace with views of the valley across to Austria.


        Milk straight from the cow

        A travel blog entry by robartsroaming on Sep 17, 2015

        4 photos

        ... itinerary so it was nice to at least be so close that we could see it. As time ticked away we were even more grateful for the gifts from Olivier’s mother as it meant that we only had to stop for a quick toilet break as we already had our lunch. Even so we still only just made our check-in time in Oy-Mittelberg, Bavaria. Serves us right for taking our time this morning.

        Oy-Mittelberg was a lovely little town that seemed ...


        A travel blog entry by planetgeli on Aug 19, 2015

        8 comments, 11 photos

        ... in front of the incinerators. And some, many, simply died of...inhumanity. The gas ovens and the hanging beams were all next to the incinerators. The firing squads took place just outside the same building. The burials, the ashes, were laid a few yards from there. Economy in death. But in 1944, with Germany losing the war, coal for the incinerators became scarce. So they simply gave up the burials. Bodies were packed onto death trains for burial elsewhere....or simply piled ...

        Last day visiting Aileen (for now...)

        A travel blog entry by kuerbis on Jun 16, 2013

        ... that’s weird… well, anyway, they are all up talking in Basti’s room, and he turned on music (it is on all the time he is awake I think). I just read a weird book I have on my i-pod (I’m not sure where I got some of these but… they were all free, so… yep, going to see if I can find another one to read… ...

        Check this out!

        A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Feb 22, 2010

        25 photos

        ... window something about that it may break. It was cool to see that the roof held up to a small childs weight though.

        After dinner we went bowling. It was quite a drive to Kempten, which by the way, is supposed to be one of the oldest towns in Germany and well worth it for the good evening. We went with Daniel, his father Horst and brother Manuel, Tanja, Alex and two other friends Domi and Jakob. It was a very relaxed and casual fun night. My first game was a ...