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Reviewed 16 August 2018 via mobile

The Altwirt is a traditional Bavarian Hotel and restaurant - at first glance. The restaurant serves excellent Bavarian food that taste just like grandmas cooking, the rooms are decorated with lots of love and attention to detail and are clean. The atmosphere is homely and most importantly - the owners and staff are incredibly friendly and helpful.
But the Altwirt is more than just that - it is what happens when Bavaria meets rock n roll. They play great music in the bar, put on the occasional gig and also run flow valley - now that’s some serious mountain biking.
So, whatever you’re after - a traditional Bavarian retreat or a little more excitement - the Altwirt is the place to go.

Stayed: February 2018, travelled with friends
Thank Laura K
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Reviewed 21 August 2014

This is an excellent place to stay. The room was spacious and furnished with real wood furniture in a style that made you feel at home in the mountains. and it had plenty of storage space. There was no refrigerator, The wifi was excellent. Not having air condition was not a problem in July, the weather was cool enough where it was not needed. The staff was very friendly and efficient. The included breakfast was outstanding with the variety of meat, cheese, rolls, fruit, cereals, juice, etc. The dinner we had was one of the best in our one month European tour, and it was very reasonably priced.

Room Tip: Any room is good by staying in this hotel
  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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Thank Fred K
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Reviewed 14 July 2014

Stayed here one night as part of our self-guided tour through the Alps.
Bathroom a little small, room window takes in all the cigarette smoke and noise from the street below, and there were some noisy kids, but we slept fine after all our hiking.
Restaurant service was very good and we enjoyed the food here.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled with family
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Thank luckyturtleErie_PA
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Reviewed 10 January 2013

This lovely gasthaus is well situated in a tiny village deep in the Southern Bavarian Alps, next stop south is Austria. I stayed her regularly in the late 80's and early 90's.

The dining room is typical, breakfast is hearty but still continental--boiled eggs, assorted broetchen, jams, cold cuts, butter, mueseli, juice, strong coffee. Lunch and dinner are also tasty and exhibit the dishes of the region. Marning's Menu Master is a great help when one doesn't know much of local cuisine. The staff dress in dirndl and leiderhosen, especially in summer. Friday and Saturdays featured local musicians playing the folk tunes favored by the clientele. You've never really known Bavaria until you've appreciated singing along to a zither and other musical instruments. Guests chime in as they choose, it's all utterly enchanting. Most Germans speak a bit of many languages, so you will be able to communicate here just as at any European locale.

Some rooms have sinks and showers in the room, others need to access facilities in the hall. Do ask about which facilities you specifically need within your space. We found this to be of special value when compared to the neighboring Bad Toelz just to the north, because Toelz is a spa town with a larger tourist and customer base. Lenggries is a more provincial town with a sleepier yet charming vibe.

There's a lovely church opposite the main entrance; it has a charming graveyard, and the bells in the tower chime on the quarter hour, so be prepared to hear them throughout the day and night. I adore shopping at the shops just near that feature the typical Bavarian clothing. Sale racks are outside to entice you to their bargains. Visit a local metzgerei for picnic supplies and a backerei for those wonderful rolls. This town is on the Isar, so lots of charming spots are available for a rest and a snack al fresco.

Room Tip: A room not on the front might be more quiet due to the church bells chiming all night. The view won't be so desirable if you can't sleep! You may think the feather comforters are too heavy for summer sleep, just hang out one leg and you'll soon be snoozing comfortably in the cool of the night air. If you need a lift, enquire, they're not ubiquitous in gasthaus amenities.
  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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1  Thank Euro-lust
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Reviewed 21 January 2012

Quite a spacious room for the price
Clean
Friendly
In the very village centre

  • Stayed: January 2012
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Thank apelsinnka
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Management response:Responded 5 July 2012

Dear guests, thank you very much for your commentary. We are glad of your positive words about your stay in our bavarian house and would like to welcome you again. Familiy Werner

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