The guesthouse is in the centre of Bad Meinberg, it’s about 200m to the spa gardens. The room was not large but spacious enough and everything was clean. The TV was absolutely tiny, but they have “comfort” rooms with flat screens. There's no restaurant but you'll get breakfast which was good. I mostly loved the home made marmalade and apple-quince juice! On the ground floor there were all kind of flyers and information about the and you could buy hiking maps there, that’s really helpful if you arrive at a week-end when the tourist information is closed! The guesthouse has “only” two stars (note that there’s no phone and hair-dryer on the rooms), but to me it rather felt like three stars and we enjoyed our stay there!
Haven't been there but found this cosy guesthouse while walking by the Brunnen Cafe. Actually this guesthouse belongs to Brunnen Cafe. The lovely pension has 20 rooms and is very close to Kurpark and Bad Meinberg's pedestrian zone.
Vital Hotel zum Stern provids very nice and clean rooms most of them with balcony. Bathrooms are very clean too. The hotel has also an awesome restaurant with terrace and some outdoor area where they offer BBQ, then an indoor pool and sauna, a small gym, and wellness area. Free wireless internet access is given. Most important the hotel sits right at the Kurpark and close to the pedestrian zone. Everything in and around the town and park, is in walking distance to the hotel. The hotel provids with informations in English as well. Parking places are provided as they have a parking house.
After a long walk through Bad Meinberg's Silvatikum, mom and me ended up at the really romantic located cafe of the Hotel Schauinsland. Can't say anything about the hotel's rooms and service I yet do can say, its modest location is unbelievable idyllic, situated in untouched green and quiet. Truly peaceful. The hotel is not in walking distance to the town's center of Bad Meinberg, however they have a bus stop in front of the hotel. For my understanding the owners, the Moek family, are former Pomeranian so don't wonder if these nice ppl are rather little on words and smile.
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