Essay on A Report On The Hotel Sindersdorfer Hof

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The Hotel Sindersdorfer Hof was our overnight accommodation for the second night of our three day road trip from the UK to Slovenia. Our requirements were that there should be parking right at the hotel, that dogs could stay in the rooms and that ideally there should be a hotel restaurant or a place to eat very close by. We found everything we wanted in the Sindersdorfer Hof and booked through

Sindersdorf is a small village situated 800 metres from junction 56 of the A9 Autobahn between Munich and Nuremberg. The closest town of any size is Hilpoltstein which is 7 km away: it 's a historic market town and it 's the nearest place to the Hotel Sindersdorfer Hof to have a railway station.
Nuremberg is 30km away, Munich 120 km, the Altmühltal is 20km away and the Rothsee is 8 km.

Other than the Sindersdorfer Hof - whose restaurant attracts plenty of non residents - the only other facility in the village is the petrol station which has an excellent grocery store. Among the items for sale are a variety of beers and fruit drinks made locally.
At the actual motorway junction there is a Burger King and a large coffee shop. The location of the hotel is such that motorway noise is not intrusive; the village is surrounded by fields which was perfect for us as we were able to let the dog run off the lead, much needed after a long day on the road with only service stations for rest stops.

There are plenty of parking spaces directly in front of the hotel, and…

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