Dear friends of the Rosenstock,
to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 virus,
the hotel will remain closed until march 28, 2021.
We implement this measure by the responsible authorities with a heavy heart and yet with full conviction, because the top priority for us is to maintain the health of our guests, employees and the local population.
Due to the special situation, we have adjusted our cancellation conditions for all bookings:
A cancellation period of 3 days applies to reservations already made by July 31, 2021 (except for bookings on booking.com or HRS). This means that you can leave the reservation you have already made and, if necessary, cancel it at short notice.
The same - completely risk-free - cancellation period naturally also applies to all new bookings (until July 31, 2021).
Until we meet again, we wish you all the best!
Your Karg family and all employees
Cocktails & Drinks
A place to meet and celebrate the moment. Here's to laughter, the small and somewhat larger things we enjoy and as Ernest Hemingway said: "“There is nothing else than now. There is neither yesterday, certainly, nor is there any tomorrow."
Almost a musical sound...
Ice cubes chinking in the glass indicate there's more to come. A cocktail, local beer or one of 20 different gins from around the world. Enjoy your own favourite drink, or perhaps one of the recommendations from our barkeeper Jörg, who is always in the best of moods.
Rewarding conversation, stories brought to life, friendships that develop - sometimes for a lot longer than the holiday. Today's holiday experiences fade happily from the here & now and glide into that holiday diary memory. At the same time a longing for the next day awakes.
Who is this JOSEF then?
JOSEF GIN is in homage to Josef Lantenhammer, the founder of the Bavarian distillery Lantenhammer. He first distilled a "juniper spirit" for his mining comrades in the mining town of Hausham in 1928. It was highly valued for its ethereal effect. There, two generations later, the distillers from Lantenhammer create the latest types of gin, inspired by Josef Lantenhammer's old recipes. The miners would have very much enjoyed it today.
3 basic rules for mixing gin & tonic
The basic rules for mixing gin & tonic: the aromas should compliment each other harmoniously and not be superimposed. That is why you should always choose a tonic water that supports the main aroma of the gin and doesn't kill it. Because tonic water should never play the leading role in gin & tonic, but be a suitable accompaniment. That is why it is better to taste the gin and tonic separately first, to find out if they go together.