Until 1985, this 16th-century stone-sided mill in an isolated position beside the Würm (a tributary of the Isar) was left to ruin and decay. The present-day restoration has retained part of the mill's 1506 construction. Although the hotel's reputation is based mainly on its atmospheric restaurant, its guest rooms provide a charming alternative to Munich's many large, modern hotels. The decor and design of each room is different -- some have sloping garretlike ceilings -- but all have thick carpets, attractive upholstery, and stylish accessories. The real beauty of the place can be seen in the massive beams of the dining room and in the mellow brick vaults of the wine cellar. There's also a plank-covered wharf where parasols shield diners from the midday sun. The cuisine features well-prepared Bavarian and Continental dishes.
- © Frommer's 2013
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Don't stay here!
Stayed for one night during the beer fest and had very poor service. Rooms were dirty and the beer garden we were promised was shut. Found a dead mouse where our toddler was crawling...
- posted on 10.14.12
- by alanjmorton
- Highly Recommended 2010