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This is really a rather unique place to visit and stay, especially if you are a WW II History buff.
The hotel itself is quaint and clean and a bit on the expensive side, but worth the investment and even more so if you love...More
We have been twice before and frankly, there is not much left to say! It is our home, away from home in Bavaria! We introduced two of our closest friends to the Turken on this trip and they came away with the exact same feeling....More
Although not for everyone, I found this one of the very nicest experiences that I've had!
Forget WiFi, Data Signals or even phone signals this is a hotel that captures the way things used to be, when fellow guests just spoke with each-other! Frau Scharfenberg-Betzien...More
The history of Hotel zum Türken and the surrounding area has been carefully preserved by a dedicated family currently headed by Frau Scharfenberg-Betzien. Your journey into the past includes no TV or Wi-Fi but with post WWII period furnishings, immaculate ironed linens and the personable...More
You don't have to be a World War II buff to enjoy your stay at the Turken, but if you are into the history, staying here is a must. The hotel is nestled in the side of a hill on the Obersalzburg. Here you are...More
The lady doesn't take bookings till March. I would contact the hotel as soon as. It's quite popular with coach trips and because of its history, gets booked by returning guests. Don't be afraid to book rooms with shared... More
The lady doesn't take bookings till March. I would contact the hotel as soon as. It's quite popular with coach trips and because of its history, gets booked by returning guests. Don't be afraid to book rooms with shared toilets or showers as the place is spotless. But that is only a suggestion. We stayed there last August and I'd love to go back. Take heed the bunker is shut on Tuesday.
If you have anymore questions I'd be happy to answer them the best I can