Hotel Bayerischer Hof has been family-owned for generations, “homeliness” is a tradition here: Feel at home here!
Cosseted, spoilt with comfort and food, you soon forget about your day-to-day life.
Whether it’s the Medieval castle or historical town square, you will love our hotel’s exceptional location!
Sleep in comfortable rooms with stunning views over Burghausen’s town square or historic Burghausen Castle, which is the longest castle in the world at the same time. A leisurely breakfast after a comfortable night at our hotel sets you up for the day to experience Burghausen to the full with all its sights.
For your information, all our tap water runs through a GRANDER® water revitalisation device.
We look forward to you visiting us.
Traditional old Bavarian hospitality is harmoniously blended with typical Bavarian treats, grilled dishes and seasonal specialities here. In the dining rooms you will find space for up to 95 guests, including a side room for up to 35 people and a large beer garden in the middle of the historic town square.
We will be happy to put together a quote for your event such as family celebrations, birthdays, weddings, Christmas parties, business dinners and club celebrations. We have special offers for groups and coach parties. We serve beers from the “Hacker Pschorr Brauerei München“, international wines, soft drinks and coffee.
Regionalism and a personal relationship with our suppliers is important to us, in some cases we have been buying our products from the same supplier for several decades.
Our opening hours: every day from 9.00 a.m. to 12 midnight – closed on Tuesdays
We look forward to you visiting us!
The Höcketstaller Family
TIME IS TOO PRECIOUS TO GO HOME
Where else can you swim in a lake with a castle backdrop? Where else do cycle and hiking paths start right in the middle of town? Where does sport offer so much adventure: swimming in a competition stadium, football and tennis in an exemplary sports park, fishing or riding in unspoilt nature? Golfers find two stunning courses on offer, mini golfers have a picturesque course below Burghausen Castle.
Anyone who doesn’t want to exert themselves, can take a boat trip with the Plätte or a bike ride, make use of the “culture on offer” or simply do whatever they fancy. Which is why we’re celebrating at the merry “Mai-Wies’n” festival. We’re going to come to the Burgfest again. But we might even be back a bit sooner . . .
(Photo source: Burghauser Touristik)