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Gasthof Adler
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Reviewed October 10, 2012

Stayed for two nights and echo everything said by others; excellent rustic setting, wonderful hosts and supporting staff, excellent food. Only limitation was that the wifi on the third floor where we had the far corner room did not work in the room

Room Tip: Ask for a room closer to the stairs if you want wifi, as the wifi works there. The modem is placed at this end
  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank lsaldanha
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Reviewed September 20, 2012 via mobile

Can't rate this place highly enough- classic German building, great rooms, great food, great hosts!
Staff are super friendly, and nothing is too much trouble.
The restraunt is lively and popular with the locals (always a good sign) and they serve some amazing food - especially the roast Venison!

The rooms are spacious, and the beds are super comfortable.

  • Stayed: September 2012
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1  Thank Mitchamus74
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Reviewed August 26, 2012

This family run hotel reminds me of how life used to be. The room was a real supprise,a large bedroom and a huge bathroom. The staff are friendly and speak very good english. WiFi is free and fast and is unrestricted.
The resturant presented meals that were well cooked. Their wine list was a plesent supprise with its range and pricing.
Would definetly stay again

Room Tip: I dont think it matters, but room 9 has the grand bath
  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Grumpy_Old_Traveler
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Reviewed January 3, 2010

The Gasthof Adler was an absolute delight. The rooms were wonderful (we had the suite which was lovely as we were with friends so had little parties every day). The accommodation was spotlessly clean and incredibly comfortable. The food (as others have stated) was incredibly high quality, but a little pricey so we only had dinner there twice during a 5 night stay. Tennenbronn is a great location for lots of walking, and away from the comparative bustle of the southern black forest. The only reason I haven't given this an excellent is because it seemed to miss something on the atmosphere front. I would suggest this hotel would be ideal for a couple on a very quiet romantic break, but if you want a bit of a party - then perhaps go somewhere else. Hope this helps.

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled with friends
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3  Thank Ginny002
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Reviewed September 30, 2009

The staff were particularly charming at this family run hotel (now in the sixth generation) and the daughter and her husband (who is the chef) speak excellent English (and met one another in England on his last day there!). The food is very good and local organic produce is a speciality, especially the venison. I had the tenderest 'medaillons' of venison you could imagine and it was easy to cut the meat with a spoon! There is a good upright piano for those who want to keep their fingers in trim. Although on a main road (not much traffic at night), double glazing keeps out the noise and we were not disturbed. There is an extraordinary modern church in the village which like Dr Who's 'tardis' is much bigger inside than it looks from outside, but what an eyesore the modern bell tower is! The location of the hotel is within easy reach of pretty towns such as Haslach and Schiltach. Don't miss the Duravit bathroom design museum in Hornberg with the world's largest lavatory pan as a viewing platform! Gutach has a 'bobsleigh' run which is OK for young and old and also an open air museum (a bit disappointing compared with those in Scandinavia) of old wooden houses and traditional rural crafts.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Latchford21
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