Klostergasthof Raitenhaslach

Location Burghausen

Postcode 84489

Telephone +49 (0) 8677-9730

€€-€€€

Why we love it...

Splendid converted monastery with great history

The Place

Many tourists visit the unusual Klostergasthof Raitenhaslach on a sightseeing excursion from Burghausen, because the hotel occupies buildings that once belonged to a Cistercian monastery. Its ancient church, founded in the 1100s, is famous for its ceiling paintings illustrating the life of St Bernard of Clairvaux and other works by celebrated German Baroque painters. The spiritual peace that once reigned here is replaced in the daytime by the secular high spirits of the groups who turn up in coachloads to visit the large Biergarten on one of the garden terraces; the other is for hotel guests to sit with a coffee or a drink and admire the old monastery buildings.
Peace returns in the evenings when the tourists and beer-drinkers have gone and guests can stroll around the monastery complex and admire the antiques and paintings that ornament the hotel’s public rooms and bedrooms. The huge, vaulted dining rooms are often full of guests and diners from towns and villages roundabout enjoying the regional and international specialities of the German chef.

The Essentials

Price Band €€-€€€
Rooms 18; 17 doubles, 1 single; all with shower, phone, wi-fi, TV, clock/radio, writing table, hairdryer, safe
Food breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks
Facilities Biergarten, restaurant; 2 terraces, children’s play area
Children welcome
Disabled not suitable
Pets accepted

To Book

Contact Mitterer family
Call +49 (0) 8677-9730
Fax +49 (0) 8677 63126
Email info@klostergasthof.com
Website www.klostergasthof.com

Good To Know

Address Raitenhaslach 9, Burghausen 84489
Payment

The Location

Find this place: 6km S of Burghausen; autobahn A309/E522 Munchen-Linz 9km via B20; free car parking

What's nearby: Burghausen's medieval centre and huge fortress with museum (6km)