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at Gasthof Bergheimat

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... be okay. It also had a restaurant with limited hours. The room was small, but very clean and appointed with the features...
... Hahntennjoch. At Bergheimat we found a reasonable priced room, with breakfast and a very decent cheap dinner....
... if it was very clear that we woke him up. Regarding the room, the furniture is very old and the bathroom is very small....
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David S wrote a review Sep 2017
Fort Lauderdale, Florida75 contributions43 helpful votes
The tiny town of Pfafflar (Boden) was charming and adorable. We estimated that there were only about 20-30 buildings in the whole town. Based on the church (which was amazingly beautiful, by the way) with surrounding cemetery, there are three families who occupy the town. It truly seemed like most people knew each other there.

The guesthouse (Gasthof) is literally at the end of the only road leading into this tiny town. It had about 20 rooms, I would guess, with elevator, so those with mobility issues would be okay. It also had a restaurant with limited hours.

The room was small, but very clean and appointed with the features which were needed: TV, wardrobe, nice bathroom and beds. We were blessed in that our room (room 23) faced the mountains, so at night and in the morning we had a glorious sight.

The owner and staff all appeared to be from the same three families. The owner spoke some English, but most of the restaurant staff spoke predominantly German. They had one breakfast menu printed in English -- I say only one because based on how weathered it looked, I assume that it is the sole copy. :-)

The dinner menu was only available in German. I speak German, so this was not an issue; however, the staff seemed quite accommodating, so I guess a "gesturing game" could have been used to figure out the menu. We thoroughly enjoyed the regular breakfast as well as what we ate at dinner. I recommend the Wiener Schnitzel.

A hike of the town took about 20-30 minutes. The property borders a river (not sure which), and there is a hiking trail on the other side, so for hikers this was a paradise. The nearest town was about 20 km or so away.

The bathroom was modern; the shower had good pressure.

The wifi signal in the room was strong, which was nice.

The guesthouse had an outdoor pool, indoor pool as well as a few other activities, I believe.
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Date of stay: September 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: ask for room 23 for excellent mountain views.
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Rob G wrote a review Jul 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands58 contributions32 helpful votes
What a surprise. we were traveling through rainy Tyrol, and found ourselves late in the afternoon in Boden, coming down from Hahntennjoch. At Bergheimat we found a reasonable priced room, with breakfast and a very decent cheap dinner. (Halbpension) for a merely € 42,- and then some price reduction.
The Cordon Blue was very good, the salad that came with it, decent but too much vinegar, the soup as a starter was warmed in a microwave. It shouldn't have been.
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The chief in charge was a kind, friendly man that made sure everything was in order and timely served. As a surprise we could take swim in an indoor and another outdoor swimming pool. They bot look like early seventies stuff, or before that... but is served us well.
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The place is actually rather big, but you don't notice when you're inside and served by all the friendly people, smiling forever.
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One thing I wasn't very happy with: the mattress on the bed, was totally out of date, we felt coiled springs in our butt, and the middle of the bed, was like the mountaintop, we could only fall down from.
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Anyway on a bike, with a car, by bus or whatever transport, you got to stay here for a few days... Awesome
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
Room Tip: Ask for a room at the two top floors.
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laurasK3033CQ wrote a review Jul 2016
Europe7 contributions2 helpful votes
The stuff working there is mostly old people, but very friendly and smiley.
We arrived at the middle of the night and we had to ring to the bell, and the owner came and greet us very cheerful, even if it was very clear that we woke him up.

Regarding the room, the furniture is very old and the bathroom is very small.
The breakfast was good, including egg, cereals, marmalade, butter, cheese, orange juice, milk, coffee etc.
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Friendly stuff
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