This hotel, which dates from 1671, is a good traditional choice. It stands near the Mathildenbrunne, a landmark fountain. The building's wood-beam construction is typical of this part of Germany. The small rooms are cozily furnished in rustic style, and each is equipped with a small, shower-only bathroom. In summer, the garden is popular with locals and visitors.
- © Frommer's 2013
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Delicious "Pfifferlinge" dinner!
I had the opportunity to spend my birthday in Quedlinburg, Germany and since chantarelles (pfifferlinge in German) are my seasonal favorites, we chose this hotel's restaurant....
- posted on 08.03.12
- by MissDRM