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Reviewed 9 September 2015

This is a unique complex of 12 century acting monastery, educational environmental center for kids and a 3* hotel. It is located in a very nice area on the border of Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg, with forests, lakes, very attractive for spending relaxed week
Rooms are moderate but comfort, in food restaurant delicious, staff friendly.

  • Stayed: September 2015, travelled on business
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Thank StuttgartAbc
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Reviewed 14 April 2013 via mobile

I recently travelled to Roggenburg for a fantastic wedding and was extremely impressed by the hotel, restaurant and all-round ambience of the place. My double room was modern and comfortable and the breakfast, included in the price, was plentiful and attractively set out.
I also ate in the restaurant and found the regional menu full of choice and mouthwateringly tempting dishes. The evening meals, like the breakfasts, were well presented, delicious and good value for money.
The staff were friendly, helpful and professional. Faultless in fact.
I'd love to visit the area again in warmer weather to enjoy the beautiful country walks.
The church is a must-see too, of course. Gorgeous.

  • Stayed: April 2013
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1  Thank Chris R
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Reviewed 21 August 2012

This hotel is quite unique: it is actually a cloister/monastery with hotel and meeting facilities. It is a great location west to Munchen and has a high quality feel. Rooms are big, great beds, modern bathrooms and it's clean.

Breakfast is above average, service is great. Prices are even better: we good two connecting rooms fro 150 euro a night including breakfast.

Diner is regional, it's good but nothing fancy.

Worth a visit!

  • Stayed: August 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank Erik F
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Reviewed 19 July 2012

The Western part of Bavaria and the Eastern part of Baden-Wuerttemberg are the country of some of the most impressing monasteries (and baroque churches) in Germany. It is a green and bucolic countryside and therefore many of the more common structures in hospitality are missing. This is the region where a hotel is very often still the village inn - or the monastery. We were invited to a wedding party in one of the small villages and looked for a place to stay over the weekend. So we found the Klostergasthof which is indeed integrated into the monastery.
The impression one gets when entering the hotel is indeed that of a dormitory with long corridors. The rooms are spacious and extremely clean. The whole hotel was renovated recently. There are TVs in the room but WiFi is for purchase (about 5 €/day). There is no minibar but a small selection of drinks and snacks on a table. The breakfast buffet is good (although there is not too much choice) and the coffee is - as often in German hotels and restaurants - lousy. There should be an espresso maker around, but we were offered the standard coffee. Our son and our labrador were happy with the playground directly in front of the hotel and the gardens around. Prices are around 100 €/night incl. breakfast which is not exactly cheap, but appopriate for the offer.
An abslute must is a visit of the monastery's church which is a jewel of Southern German baroque.

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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2  Thank JoachimBruxelles
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Reviewed 15 June 2012

The food is excellent, fresh and well prepared and reasonable priced. Even better is the beer brewed by a "sister-cloister of other monks". Service is friendly from the heart.

Although the new hotel is a bit "cost effectively" built you just walk 50 meters and you are in a most gorgeous baroque church. The priests were very accessible in terms of history of their order, architecture and local affairs.

a very nice stay if you leave by car to the west from Munich, this is a great stopover to relax.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank ron r
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