The Allgäuer Appartementhaus is nestled at the foot of the Bavarian Alps just minutes from Schloss Neuschwanstein. The light-filled studio apartment with queen and bunk beds has a perfect mini kitchen for preparing light meals. A large furnished balcony overlooks the town to the landmark St. Nikolaus church and the mountains beyond. Hiking/biking and X-country ski trails are just out the door. Walk to restaurants, beer gardens, bakeries, cafés, a large pool complex, and wonderful shopping.
The apartment is comfortably and stylishly furnished with solid wood furniture, rich colors, and large original local photographs on canvas.
The Allgäuer Appartementhaus has a large sauna area, tanning bed, sitting area for playing games, sunny terrace for sun-bathing, and a barbecue for guest's use.
Общение с гостями
While my husband and I spend several months a year in Pfronten staying in the top-floor apartment, we may not be there when you are. But no worries, there is a very friendly Hausmeister, Igor Matic, to give you any help you need.
Другие важные подробности
There is a required Tourist Tax payment of €2 per adult per night and €1.20 per child 6-16 per night. This is not included in the quoted apartment price and must be paid onsite.
There is a €10 charge per dog per night payable onsite.
Our apartment was furnished with loving care. Please take good care of it. No smoking allowed anywhere in the apartment including the balcony. When you are not using it, please put the privacy curtain on the balcony up. You will need to complete a registration card at check-in. Because Airbnb does not collect it for us, at checkout you will be responsible for paying a Tourist Tax of €2 per night per adult and €1.20 per child 6-16.
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My husband Lothar Schuettler (yes, German) and I are happy, active seniors (75 and 72), who split our time between our home in Pfronten, Germany, and our home in Darnestown, Maryland, where my husband has a repair and restoration shop for worthy vintage BMWs. I think I am a frustrated travel agent--always planning our next trip (California, South Carolina, and Florida for car events; ocean cruises and river boat trips; and hopping off to different parts of Europe to drive a rally or explore some corner that looks interesting). If not traveling I'm editing the hundreds of photographs I took on our last trip.