Rosenberger Straße 14
DE – 92237 Sulzbach-Rosenberg
+49 9661 87090
✔ Your cozy hotel in Sulzbach-Rosenberg ✔ Cozy brewery inn with artist-designed rooms. The fresh cuisine from Upper Palatinate combines seasonal and regional dishes. The specialties from the brew kettle are particularly popular. The region is ideal for long hikes, guided bike tours and biker trips in picture-book landscapes. A highlight of this hotel in Sulzbach are the arrangements with beer expeditions, accompanied beer-dish pairings and excursions into the rich history of the capital of New Bohemia.
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The charm of historic days awaits guests in the middle of Sulzbach’s Gothic old town which is over 1,200 years old. The fourth generation of the Sperber family will personally welcome you with a dozen home-brewed beers and typical delicacies from the Upper Palatinate region from the kitchen. Seasonal variations of meals diverge from the well-trodden path of the usual fare. The rooms that are designed by artists and the hotel that has won the Bavarian Denkmalpreis [prize for highly sensitive and authentic architectural heritage renovation] with its modern bedrooms offers all the comforts of modern living.
As a traditional, family-owned guest house, the quality of our products and services is at the top of our agenda. This applies to the cuisine as well as the selection of delicious beers from our in-house brewery. It’s no coincidence that Sperber Bräu beers have already won awards from the DLG and the European Beer Star. That’s not all, special events such as beer expeditions, accompanied tastings, beer specialities or guided bike tours and event packages seduce guests on an unforgettable feel-good journey.
There was plenty going on in today’s tranquil Oberpfalz, the Upper Palatinate, in the Middle Ages. On one of the most important trading routes, the “Golden Route” between Nuremberg and Prague, merchants transported cloth, spices, wool, wine and grain and Emperor Charles IV used the Golden Route for travelling within his kingdom of Bohemia. This naturally brought fame and fortune to the towns along the famous trading route. The cities of Sulzbach-Rosenberg and Hirschau still bear witness to the medieval splendour: the Gothic town halls and Sulzbach Castle in particular, one of the earliest medieval fortresses that was extended by the Wittelsbachs to their residence. Amberg with one of the best-maintained medieval city complexes and, of course, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Regensburg, are also worth a day trip.
Regensburg with cathedral and Valhalla • Over 600 castles and palaces • Ducal seat of Sulzbach-Rosenberg • Schloß Thurn theme park • Open-air museum in Neusath • Nuremberg with its imperial castle • Marienbad• Danube Gorge with Weltenburg Monastery • Brewery tours • Guided bike tours • König-Otto-Tropfsteinhöhle stalactite cave • Maximiliansgrotte cave• Monte Kaolino • Hersbruck Switzerland • Beer expeditions • Baroque church in Ensdorf• Kastler Monastery church • Bergbaumuseum Maffeischächte Auerbach mining museum • TEMPEL MUSEUM Etsdorf