Small 376 FT2 Apartment Renovated With Respect for Its History

In the German town of Aschau im Chiemgau you find the beautiful guest house Berge, that dating back to 1671 was home to the ‘Village bakery. Later it became the Court bakery for the castle residents and delivered to the neighbouring castle on the mountain, and later still became an inn and following that a youth hostel. Today the Moormann Company has turned the former bakery into a charming green guest house with geothermal energy, green electricity and natural materials.

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“The Winter Room” is one of the apartments that lucky travellers can check into. Although facing the main road, the winter room offers a unique and peculiar living experience: Open stonework on the walls and old wooden floors extending to the generous bathroom, are reminiscent of days gone by.

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