Adler Barental

Location Feldburg-Barental

Postcode 79868

Telephone +49 (0) 7655 933 933

€-€€

Why we love it...

Beautifully decorated, relaxing chalet hotel

The Place

Just what we are always looking for and rarely find. The Adler Barental at Feldburg-Barental is a little chalet hotel. Very attractively decorated and furnished, immaculately kept, and with a happy atmosphere. Run by a fun family, it is a great place for families with children. And, indeed, families are the biggest group among the many regular guests, so remember to book ahead if you want to visit during the summer school holidays.
Lying just east of the Feldburg, the Black Forest’s highest mountain, Barental is a small village amid spectacular scenery, green in summer and snowy in winter. The 160-year-old chalet, looked after by Herr Wimmer (and daughter), is beautifully decorated and furnished in rustic style – wood panelling in the restaurant, pretty painted furniture in some bedrooms and beds with gleaming white covers and canopies in others – all without a hint of twee. Frau Wimmer (and small son) run the kitchen, serving Black Forest specialities made from local hare, venison, and mushrooms, along with international specialities. As if the lovely valley views from the balconies were not enough, the chalet has garden terraces back and front, where guests may sit beneath sunshades on warm days and feel the tension ebb away.

The Essentials

Price Band €-€€
Rooms 16; 1 single with shower, 1 double with bath, 7 double with shower, 4 maisonettes, 3 apartments; all have twin beds, phone, TV, radio, hairdryer, wi-fi
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
Facilities restaurant; terrace, garden
Children welcome
Disabled unsuitable
Pets accepted (small charge)

To Book

Contact Wimmer family
Call +49 (0) 7655 933 933
Fax +49 (0)7655 930 521
Email info@adler-feldberg.de
Website www.adler-feldberg.de

Good To Know

Address Feldburg 79868
Payment

The Location

Find this place: centre Barental village on B317; autobahn A5/E35; garage car parking

What's nearby: walking, climbing and winter sports on the Feldberg massif