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All reviewsthe main streetgreat locationthe riverold towntriple roomdifficulty findinga small parking lotby european standardsquiet streetthe wi fihotel is perfectspent two nightsstayed one nightcomfortable roomhotel gueststrain stationpedestrian area
We were very pleased with our short stay here. It is tucked down a side alley and has a courtyard that buffers all the noise from the main pedestrian drag just steps away. This is an old world hotel with high ceilings, and a large...More
Response from schneider554, Inhaber at Gasthaus Hotel BackmuldeResponded 1 week ago
Our room was very clean and comfortable, had no issue with space. The bed was very comfy unlike many other hotels. The breakfast buffet had many options and everything was very tasty. We really enjoyed our stay!
Response from schneider554, Inhaber at Gasthaus Hotel BackmuldeResponded 6 August 2018
thank you very much.
We spent two nights in this hotel in mid June. The location of the hotel is perfect - on a side street off the main drag in the old town. Close to everything. It's small but well maintained. Our room seems to be recently renovated....More
Response from schneider554, Manager at Gasthaus Hotel BackmuldeResponded 29 July 2018
thank you very much.
This curiously named hotel ("baking pan") is in a great location in Heidelberg and offers an outstanding breakfast (included with your stay). Rooms are large by European standards and are well maintained. They do, however, lack a fridge, though you can get ice from the...More
Response from schneider554, Inhaber at Gasthaus Hotel BackmuldeResponded 4 July 2018
thank you very much for this 4 points.
It was the last of the asparagus season and the meal was the best I experienced on my Germany Trip. Fresh food. Friendly service. Beautiful setting in historic old building. May return there on my way back through Germany just for the restaurant