I was there with my boyfriend september 2011, and if we ever planning a trip to Berchtesgarden again, this will be the place.
Mr. and Mrs Sandler were lovely, even though mrs. Sandlers english could be better, and Mr. Sandler does not speak english at all, but he does just all the menwork in the house, so it doesn't really matter, but he smiles always when we saw him. But their helpers were better at speaking english and now they are educating their own daughter so that she can take the business one day. But if you do not know german at all, you can manage, we did, and with out much of a strugle.
Our room was nice, but if we ever come again, we will want to make sure we get one of those room with a balcony. Those were really nice. We did have a very little extra room, in our rooms, It was between the bathroom, and the bedroom. It was a little room, with a tiny table, sofa and a quite big wardrobe. And there was another wardrobe in the bedroom too, so I could take over the hole little tiny room, just for my own clothes and other girly things (like make up, and accessories).
There is a fireless internet, and if you want to use it ask for the key.
The breakfast is nice, and they serve cake every sunday.
Many have complained how hard it is to climp up from the bus/trainstation. Not really. Yes, it is a hill, but it is managetable. We didn't even use any taxi or car to get our luggage from the trainstation to the house. And that wasn't even a totally big task if you have wheels on your suitcases (which nearly every model nowdays has). There is a good and easy roate from the station to the house. There is a bridge over the traintracks (to get there you have to climb stairs, but they are the only ones in this route, these staris starts at the left side of the station building (when you watching it from the busstops and the traffic cirle)) and after that you go by little house with funny statues, and by a little pub, and then you are on the main road, which you follow up (by the movenbick icecream restaurant) and the you turn right to the Am Brandholz street and to the end of it, where the Pension Haus am Berg is.
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