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Hochstr. 37, 88348 Bad Saulgau, Baden-Wurttemberg Germany
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#3 of 5 B&Bs / Inns in Bad Saulgau
Welcome to „Zum Hasen – Landhotel & Gaststuben“! You will find our hotel in the district “Renhardsweiler”, only 5km from the city centre of Bad Saulgau. The central place between the cities Bad Saulgau, Bad Buchau and Aulendorf offers you the possibility to visit in each city the thermal bath, all less than 8km from our hotel. There are also plenty places to see in the region of “Oberschwaben”, weather you prefer walking, biking, culture or wellness.We offer single and double rooms as well as appartements with kitchenette and a maissonette studio for up to 5 people. All rooms are equipped with shower or bathtube, WC, hair dryer, cosmetic mirror, flat screen TV with radio option and telephone. Free WiFi is also available as free parking. All rooms can be reached comfortable by elevator.Our restaurants “Dorfstube” and Hasenstube” offer fresh and regional food .
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Philip S wrote a review Jul. 2020
Mels, Switzerland23 contributions7 helpful votes
We stayed here for 2 nights recently. Very clean and tidy, defently worth booking the apartment for the extra room. Breakfast was good. Surprisingly quiet as it is on a main road. A quick drive and you are in bad salgau, so not a bad location. Unfortunetly we visited while Covid 19 was still a worry. This ment the place was very quiet and not many staff on duty.
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Date of stay: July 2020
Room Tip: go for the apartment room, it's worth the extra..
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Kostas R wrote a review Sep. 2015
Maisieres, Belgium272 contributions27 helpful votes
you get the more for this price ,clean , polite personnel, enough and more breakfast, plenty of room, and the best the restaurant with the german specialities.The noisy road is something ...but never mind. you can stay many easily for a business trip and 1-2 nights to see the see-sights!
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Travelled on business
SharonBugs wrote a review Mar. 2015
Everywhere105 contributions53 helpful votes
We picked this B&B to break our journey thru the Black Forest and I am so pleased we did. We wanted a place to stop for the night and for its restaurant as we didnt want to go hunting for dinner. I have to say...the food is the highlight of our stay here. I had some sort of steak with brown gravy and lots of crispy onions on top, served with the best spatzle I've tasted. Can't remember what others had but everyone was very happy and satisfied with their choice. Consensus is..the food is excellent. I didn't go down for breakfast but I heard no complains so it must have been good. The rooms we were given were clean and huge. I will definitely come back to this place again, simply for its restaurant. Makes it a worth while pit stop to clock. Note: This hotel is somewhat situated in a rural area and there is a barn nearby with agricultural equipments. The air can somewhat be a little "organic", depending on wind direction. But it is not unbearable.
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Date of stay: April 2014
Trip type: Travelled with family
BCPugLover wrote a review Aug. 2014
BC20 contributions13 helpful votes
Very easy to find, with good parking. The hotel is very pretty, and the rooms were very large. Our bed was king sized, and the bathroom was very clean with shampoo provided. Wifi was finicky in the rooms but worked pretty well. The restaurant was beautiful and I had an amazing steak dinner. The only downside is that the hotel is on a main road, so traffic noise was a bit annoying (lots of large, loud farm vehicles) until about 10pm. Also, church bells rang regularly until about the same time but didn't really bother us. Had a very nice area outside to eat and relax and the area has pretty scenery around being mostly farmland. There was a lot of storage space in our room and a beautiful writing desk and other furniture. I would definitely stay here again.
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Date of stay: August 2014
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Swissmisstraveller wrote a review Jul. 2009
Switzerland283 contributions150 helpful votes
My partner and I booked a 3 night stay (Thursday - Sunday) via Aldi Suisse Tours for Sfr189.- per person on an "all inclusive" basis. The appearance of the hotel from the outside is deceiving... It looks lovely and welcoming but we felt it was not so. The hotel is always locked day and night time. The doors are only unlocked for 2 hours at lunch time, and then again at 5.30pm for dinner service. While the food was "OK" considering how little we paid the term "all inclusive" doesn't mean you can have what you want when you want. We were made to feel guilty for asking for a drink in the evenings and the lady running the hotel took for ever to pour our drinks. We noticed she seemed to do this with the all inclusive people. We all had to be in the restaurant at 6.30pm every evening for dinner. On the second night we decided to sit at a different table (everyone else sat at the same tables as the night before) and we soon discovered from the comment from the manageress that she preferred us to sit at the same table as the previous evening. We were treated like children. The manageress gave us the impression that she did not want to offer all inclusive. In which case why offer it via Aldi supermarket!!! People are bound to book it to see what it is like. If you like rountine, being told where to sit and what to do, and only eat and drink what this hotel is allowing you, go to bed after your dinner - then this is the place for you. If you would like to spend the evening chatting with a drink after dinner - This is NOT the place for you. Saturday evening we returned to the hotel (after eating out in the town near by as we couldn't stand another night eating in this hotel) it was only 21:50PM and we thought we might have a drink in the hotel. Forget it. The hotel was in darkness! closed! shut up and locked.... Such a shame and a waste of a hotel. Don't be decieved by the lovely looking beer garden, it is never used as the bar is always shut and there are no staff serving - The manageress and her husband do everything - Cook, Clean, Serve, Reception, Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner...... We will not return to this hotel, but we would return to the region - Great for biking and walking!
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Date of stay: July 2009
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$101 - US$110 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
GermanyBaden-WürttembergBad Saulgau
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Frequently Asked Questions about Zum Hasen
Which popular attractions are close to Zum Hasen?
Nearby attractions include Wackelwald (7.2 km), Federseemuseum (7.8 km), and Oberschwäbisches Museumsdorf Kürnbach (7.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Zum Hasen?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Zum Hasen?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Zum Hasen?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Zum Hasen?
Conveniently located restaurants include Ritterkeller, Hotel Kleber-Post, and Restaurant & Steakhaus Ochsen.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Zum Hasen?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and German.
Are there any historical sites close to Zum Hasen?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Oberschwäbisches Museumsdorf Kürnbach (7.7 km), Kuernbach Open-Air Museum (Freilichtmuseum Kuernbach) (7.7 km), and Upper Swabian Baroque Route (6.4 km).