Seefeld is a small town in the tyrol area with lots of historic buildings. Slap bang in the middle of the town is the Hotel Klosterbraeu. The town is pedestrianised, but we were told that we were allowed to drive to the entrance, unload, and our cars would be garaged near the hotel. That was fine, but I guess the town council, decided to put these bollards at every entrance, so we could not get to the Hotel. We parked and walked to the Klosterbraeu. It was all worth while, you know as soon as you enter a place, if it is going to be good or bad.
From the porter to reception we were treated like royalty. Maria who was on duty, walked with us to our cars and showed us the correct entrance to the pedestrian area.
By the time we checked in, our luggage was whisked away to our rooms, no messing about, service at it's best. We were offered a very welcomed drink before we went to our rooms.
The Klosterbraeu is very old and suspect it was some sort of hunting lodge in the past, the decor, whereever you went was full of character. The Seyrling family have been running this hotel for 200 years. Everyone was ever so friendly, it gets my vote purely on the attitude What a pleasant change, you felt as if you were the only guest. I have visited many places over the years and often wonder why so many grumpy people get involved with the hotel/restaurant trade. It is as if they are doing you a favour and guest are a nuisance. They would do well to visit this hotel, and see how it should be run. It is obvious that this family enjoy there work, they are so proud to give you a wonderful experience and service. The hotel is also pet friendly and pet owner have there own area to dine. Dining was another fabulous experience, service was spot on, wine was reasonable and the restaurant again was full of character. Needless to say the breakfast was very good too.
We were on route to Salzburg and only wish we could have stayed longer.
All in all a great hotel