We needed a reasonably priced B&B for 4 nights to stay in whilst visiting family in Korschenbroich.
We booked direct via email and had to ask twice for confirmation of the booking but got there in the end.
Arrived a little earlier than we had told them but they were still more than ready for us (in fact expecting us) with keys in their hands.
The only thing that was a bit of a struggle was the fact that my 85 year old mum had to use the stairs all the time but as they were a single flight only, she managed. Not sure if they have a lift but we were never shown it.
We had 2 double rooms overlooking the back of the hotel gardens and they were ample in size and comfort. Nice en suite with shower, WC, sink. Double wardrobe with plenty hanging space and drawers beneath. TV but unfortunately no telephone - which I particularly could have done with as my mobile was not working.
Very comfy beds, nice warm rooms (but it was 33C outside).
Ample free parking on the forecourt.
Couldn't fault breakfast as there was a lovely choice of cheese, salami, croissants or bread rolls and a boiled egg if you wanted it.
Very nice friendly staff who seemed to speak a variety of languages (including English).
We only used the restaurant once for eating in the evening which was on the Tuesday evening - Schnitzel night - very nice but far too much! I'd also stay away from the one with the cheese sauce as it is a bit overpowering.
Would definitely stay here again as it served its purpose for us - not ideal if you're wanting to travel by train/bus as the nearest train station is probably in Rheydt (but don't quote me on this) and I never saw a bus running through Pesch at all.
Korschenbroich is walkable where there is a small selection of shops - although expensive.