Very Good10 Reviews
7.43km from Pizzeria La TombolaI have known Schloss Berge (as. Park) since I used to visit Germany as a young boy. Returning to Germany to visit family after many absent years I decided to stay in the place of my boy hood memories. My local family said it was too expensive but I disagreed. The hotel has only 11 bedrooms which are on the third floor, while convention and reception rooms are on the ground and first floor. The room was a double with two arm chairs, dressing table, tv and mini-bar. It did not normally come with hot drink making facilities but upon request, they provided a capsule coffee maker and replaced the used capsules daily. Fresh fruit was provided to the room each day. Our room had a shower but others have a bath. We did not use the restaurant in the evening, as relatives insisted we ate with them, but we did have breakfast each morning. Breakfast is not included in the price of the room and at £14.95 per person per day you might think pricey, but as were stopping for 9 days the offered a too good to miss deal. They say you can eat breakfast all morning, we settled for just an hour but certainly had our fill. It does not include a full English (well I didn’t see it) but it did have the traditional continental breakfasts of cheeses, various meats, cereals, and eggs (we had scrabbled eggs every day with German bacon). Drinks were a choice of about 12 teas, coffee of course, fruit juice, etc. Although we did not participate we saw others have wine/champagne with there breakfasts and salmon with their breakfasts. All the staff was very polite, respectful and understanding (their English was much better than my German). I was surprised to find the hotel was dog friendly, and on three separate occasions different dogs were brought into the breakfast room (although very well behaved not something I’d seen in the UK). As the hotel is a chateau/ castle, it has it’s own moat and sits in the beautiful Schloss Berge Park, all very peaceful and above all quite.