Dear friends of the Rosenstock,
to prevent the further spread of the COVID-19 virus,
the hotel will remain closed until may 20, 2021.
Should the incidence value move steadily towards "below 100" in the coming days,
we hope to open on May 21, 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
The sound of summer in all its facets
There is a rustling, sometimes a knocking, a whistling, a rattling, the sound of engines as well as enjoyable chirping. Two locals meet each other on the way to work and, in passing, briefly discuss the "state of the nation". The noises around us mix with the sounds of the morning and the place comes to life. And the best of it - these daily sounds that we sometimes dislike in everyday life affect us completely differently in the current "holiday" situation. Many already know it.... that tiny feeling of glee: "Ah, it's sooooo good watching others working!"
"Good morning, good morning"
Celebrate each day of your holiday with a leisurely breakfast - in the warmer months this means heading for the terrace! Morning comforts: such as jam & marmalade on bread rolls and milk froth on the upper lip.
In the evening, a distinctive smell wafts from the kitchen, delighting your nostrils - dinner is served!
Afterwards you can slip into relaxation mode, with a sundowner in your hand and the mountains behind.
The "typical" breakfast
Did you know that breakfast in Germany is still celebrated differently in different regions? In the north there is a preference for a "sweet breakfast", whilst in the south for something more savoury. Historical evidence shows that the south of Germany used to be better off than the north. A sign of this prosperity was eating meat or meat products, whilst the less wealthy had to make do with the sweet version.
Either way, enjoy your breakfast here and get your strength up for a great day's holiday in Oberallgäu!
A glass of water with an espresso
The story goes back to the Arabic nomads, when water was the greatest asset and worth far more than coffee. So giving someone a glass of water to accompany a cup of black coffee was an honour.
Today there are several reasons: the sense of taste is neutralised with every sip and you can enjoy fine coffee anew. Depending on the strength of the coffee, guests also have the opportunity of adjusting the taste according to their own individual taste. And it's also healthy because coffee also stimulates the kidneys and a sip of water helps this process.