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All reviewsb bneuschwanstein castleamazing breakfastmain buildinghomemade jamssmall hotelwifi is freerooms are beautifulplenty of parkingwould highly recommend staying herespoilt for choicebreakfast room was brighthonor systemlarge bedgreat place to staybreadvery comfortable stay
We were looking for somewhere to stay at 7pm, during quite a busy period a few days after New Year's Eve (lots of places were full) and on top of it we had a dog with us. We happened to find this B&B (they call...More
travelling with Husband and 15yr old Daughter. We had a lovely, quiet, nice sized room with 3 comfortable beds. The staff were lovely. The breakfast was vast, lots of local produce. Kept us going all day. Very close to the Castles. I would highly recommend...More
I don’t know where to begin. The Guglhupf was one of eight places we stayed during our trip and unfortunately was the worst.
I’ll start with the pluses. Hotel was clean. The breakfast was good. With a car, the location is very good.
Very comfortable room with plenty of space. Good sized bathroom. It was nice to have a balcony with views to Neuschwanstein Castle. Nice breakfast. Plenty of parking. No real issue but you need to be aware of the angled ceiling above the bed. We hit...More
First, great, great service. We got the last room (did not pre-book, just walked in) and had another couple come in just after us. Saw the host call a few hotels for them and help them find a place!
Second, amazing breakfast! Laundry service is...More
Response from guglhupfmoni | Property representative |
It will be no Problem to leave the car with us.
The walk to the ticketcenter is about 30 min.
From the ticketcenter to Neuschwanstein it will be about 45min to walk.
The parkin fee for the Castles is € 6,00
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