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We stayed at Der Ritterhof for our anniversary trip this year. The check in was easy, staff was friendly, and room was clean. The room was minimal, but we didn’t need or expect anything fancy. We had a second story accommodation, which was really nice...More
Charming lady on reception found us the exact room required despite being fully booked. What a wonderful town, we feel sure that this hotel must be one of the best therein.
Clean, quiet and friendly with an enjoyable breakfast.
Would recommend to all of my...More
Der Ritterhof is just a short walk from the main part of the town so it's only a 5 to 10 minute walk to be in Bavaria Central. We booked this place because it allowed dogs. There was no animal smell in our room, back...More
Stayed one night on a west coast trip. Had a two queen bed with balcony. Was a very nice room and the bed was comfortable. Nice tv with lots of channels and decent WiFi reception.
The hotel is older, as there was a lack of...More
We stayed at the hotel about a two week's ago and the front desk staff did an exceptional job! Jaxson checked us in and he was so helpful with all of our questions! He was so kind and really made us feel welcomed! He gave...More
The pet friendly rooms are on the first floor. Each room has a glass sliding door that opens to a lawn outside your room. We don't have a dog, but it seems like a nice set up for someone traveling with a dog - a very large... More
The pet friendly rooms are on the first floor. Each room has a glass sliding door that opens to a lawn outside your room. We don't have a dog, but it seems like a nice set up for someone traveling with a dog - a very large grass area for them to run around. It's no trouble leaving your dog in the room while you go out on the town, but if they are a barker they may call you to come back and take care of your dog.