The perfect apartment in the perfect place
Reviewed 22 July, 2017
We ( family of 2 adults and 2 kids 10+5 y/o) rented the Lusen apartment for a week. The apartment is just perfect: tastefully designed, spacious ,spotlessly clean and equipped with everything that you may need. The beds are comfortable. The sauna is very nice and relaxing.
The owner, Annette, is very friendly and she's always ready to help. Annette gave us a lot of useful advises about sightseeing in the area.
The location is also perfect . A lot of attractions are in 30 minutes to one hour driving distance. In addition, there're numerous well signposted forest trails, some of them start just next to the house ( we recommend picturesque trail to Steinclamm). The big forest playground is located within 5 minute walking and it really was the paradise for our kids.
An oasis in the forest
Reviewed 14 July, 2017
I rented a self contained apartment for 5 days at Jaegerfleck, and it was beautiful, quiet and lots to do!
The town is small but very cute with friendly people and a stunning glass factory with outlet.
The nature trails are all signposted and range from very easy and enjoyable for my 70 year old parents, to quite extreme and fun through the mountains and lakes of the parks.
Everyone at jaegerfleck was very friendly and helpful and the rooms were clean and well thought out.
Beautiful location, wonderful appartment
Reviewed 28 June, 2017
We had three nights here and had a very peaceful and relaxing time.
The owner, Annette, is lovely and welcoming.
We had a one bedroom, immaculate apartment with a well-equipped kitchen, huge bathroom and spacious lounge-diner. The balcony overlooked the meadow and towards the forest. The view was wonderful.
There were families camping out in the grounds and quite a few people staying from the number of cars, although apart from seeing people near to their tents, it was extremely peaceful.
The walk into Spiegelau is about 20 to 30 minutes downhill and a bit slower uphill. We didn't find many places open in the town to eat and drink in although there are a couple of supermarkets, and sporadic opening of the local pubs and restaurants.
It was just ideal after a few days in Munich where we ate and drank out a lot and it's also perfect for visiting the Bavarian Forest National Park.
Quiet, clean, friendly & hospitable
Reviewed 26 July, 2012
Haus Jägerfleck is not only perfect for nature lovers who enjoy nature walks, but also for those who like to explore historic towns in Germany or the Czech Republic. Even a day trip to Salzburg or Prague is possible. The holiday flats available are spotlessly clean, comfortable and equipped with all basic utensils needed for cooking simple meals. The hostess Annette goes out of her way to advise and serve. She will even provide fresh bread rolls every morning on request. A lovely place for families or couples!
A Second home
Reviewed 21 June, 2012
After leaving the Autobahn near Regensburg to reach our destination on scenic secondary roads,(could have stayed on freeway to Passau) we already knew we would be in for a treat.
The sound of church and cow bells greeted us to the Bavarian
region. Haus Jaegerfleck is, in my opinion, the prettiest and best run vacation rental in Germany. We occupied the smallest
flat with balcony (Predigtstuhl) on the top floor (no elevator)
overlooking woods and meadows. Not only is the place spotlessly clean, it has all the modern amenities for a restful
and enjoyable stay. Even a dishwasher in the small compact
kitchen. The crisp linen and very comfy beds make for a restful
sleep. We had windows and doors open the whole time without
being bothered by insects. There are no screens on windows.
A good sized bathroom with skylight and tub/shower. A gem of a place! The owner has lived in Canada for a number of years,
thus speaks fluent English. I am still amazed how reasonable
the prices are for such a lovely place. This place if about two
miles from town. A car is necessary to get around. The town has three supermarkets where you find everything you need. We did our own thing at breakfast so we could listen to the birds and linger over coffee on our balcony, though the owner
will cook breakfast for you for a small fee.
Don't expect the bright lights of Paris or NY. but Spiegelau and
surrounding villages have plenty to offer. Glassblowing is still
a vibrant industry, also glass museums and former mines can be visited. Passau, the three river city is not far. Regensburg,
also not too far, a delightful and historic city has much to offer.
The Czech border is only a few miles away, even Prague can
be explored, but if you have a rental car make sure the car can
be taken across the border. Certain models are not allowed.
The Bavarian Forest itself has much to offer. If you like hiking,
the Arbersee (lake) is certainly enjoyable. We took the cable car up the mountain and hiked back. Not at all strenuous, just
good shoes are required.
Look at Haus Jaegerfleck's website to get an idea of the place,
I promise you will be impressed. My husband and I had the most enjoyable, relaxing 4 days in the Bavarian Forest. We shall definitely return.