The name Bergfried (Donjon) was not given without reason. Not only is the apartment situated in the upper story of our house, it also climbs to a considerable height. Living and sleeping extend over two stories, with the additional advantage that you have a perfect vantage point of Hohenaschau castle not only from the bed but also from the dining corner. Downstairs you can cook, eat or simply relax on the cosy couch. The bathroom and toilet are under the gallery. A modern steel staircase takes you directly upstairs under the beams to sleep.
Details: 2nd upper storey | Facing north towards the street with a direct view of Hohenaschau Castle | Living area with a fully equipped kitchen, cosy dining area and pull-out couch | Sleeping gallery with a 1.60 m double bed | Bathroom with shower and WC
Note: Maximum occupancy 4 people | Due to the steep staircase this accommodation is not suitable for small children | Dogs are unfortunately not allowed in this accommodation
Visitor’s tax and guest card with countless reductions | Free, concealed parking lot directly behind our guesthouse | Fully equiped kitchen and bathroom | Final cleaning of the accommodation | Use of our garden with sun deck, boules area and pavilion | Selection of books for loan in all accommodations and in our Literati chamber | Sleighs and headlamps for loan | Storage space for bicycles and skis in our depot hut | The possibility of visiting the design furniture exhibition providing an insight into our company and the history behind Nils Holger Moormann Möbel GmbH.
In berge guesthouse there’s neither a television nor a phone and the mobile reception isn’t the best. But in every apartment you’ll find a small, select library with classics and favourite novels. And the Literatenkammerl – the readers’ room – offers all sorts of stories to discover and lose yourself in your imagination. And for those, who don’t want to completely cut themselves off from the world, good news: Wi-Fi is available for our digital globetrotters in all quarters. Each to his own, the hermit’s best friend is, after all, himself. Find more information on berge here.