The wonderful couple who operate Gastehaus Hildegarde (we failed to get their names: Marianne Bruckner, we think, and her husband) could not have been more friendly and helpful.
Mr Host settled us into our comfortable room, with complementary chocolates, biscuits, and chilled mineral water. He assisted us with WIFI connecting, and the excellent half-pension (delicious evening meals) at the Parkhotel Sonnenhof, an easy stroll across the Ammer River.
Frau Bruckner cooked the generous buffet breakfast, with her own homemade spiced iced tea and apple juice mixture, and fresh baked cakes. (The day we left she made sure we took a packed morning tea and lunch to enjoy on the highway.)
Our upstairs room had access to a shady balcony looking over the nearby fields and meadows, and the looming crags. We could watch the paragliders drifting down from the cliff tops towards distant fields.
The guesthouse is a few metres away from the heart of the small town centre of cafés, ice-creameries, restaurants, tourist and gift shops, full of marvellous woodcarvings, the famous mural-painted walls, and two of Kaethe Wohlfahrt's treasure houses of Christmas decorations and other souvenirs.
The guesthouse also has a separate lounge room, with computers, and a small library (including some books in English).
An excellent cafe-conditerei (cake shop) was a few paces away from town, and the Passion Play Theatre is in easy walking distance.
Even the large supermarket across the river is not too far to walk to easily.
Excellent accommodation, superb location, and hosts you will remember fondly!
There was nothing that couldn't be liked!