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    Private Braugasthofe hotels in Germany

    Zum Lowenbrau Gasthof, Adelsdorf/ Neuhaus, midway between Bamberg and Nuremburg.
    Good accommodation, excellent menu and beer brewed in house. Still working my way through the different options. Www.zum-loewenbraeu.de Picked this place at random on Booking.com as it was just off the autobahn as I head home.

    There are approx 60 small private German breweries with accommodation. Guess I have a few options to try on my next trips. See link for other places
    Www.braugasthoefe.de

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    Thank you.

    A different take on hotels and something for bods to try out.

    As it’s different I’ll make it a sticky for now.

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    Looks interesting for 2023.
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    Lots of good looking brauereis on their website!
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    Should also have mentioned. At Zum Lowenbrau, the beer is 2.5euro for a half litre. There's an out of hours honesty fridge

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicker View Post
    Should also have mentioned. At Zum Lowenbrau, the beer is 2.5euro for a half litre. There's an out of hours honesty fridge
    You / we "Bairns" always looking for a bargain!
    "I must be traveling on now 'cause there's too many places I've got to see.

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    That's really useful to know- thanks for sharing

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    Looks like a very good option for future use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wicker View Post
    Zum Lowenbrau Gasthof, Adelsdorf/ Neuhaus, midway between Bamberg and Nuremburg.
    Good accommodation, excellent menu and beer brewed in house. Still working my way through the different options. Www.zum-loewenbraeu.de Picked this place at random on Booking.com as it was just off the autobahn as I head home.

    There are approx 60 small private German breweries with accommodation. Guess I have a few options to try on my next trips. See link for other places
    Www.braugasthoefe.de
    I've just received their 22/23 booklet detailing all brewery inns - looks good for a few nights next summer.
    It's about A5 but folds in the middle - handy to carry with you and find someplace near when you decide to stop for the night.
    "I must be traveling on now 'cause there's too many places I've got to see.

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    Try the Rothaus Brewery near to Graffenhausen. Not the cheapest, but absolutely outstanding. Brilliant rooms, beer, restaurant, brewery tours and location.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khulu View Post
    I've just received their 22/23 booklet detailing all brewery inns - looks good for a few nights next summer.
    It's about A5 but folds in the middle - handy to carry with you and find someplace near when you decide to stop for the night.
    Thanks for the tip.

    Can also download for a preview.
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