The Good Digs Guide

Discussion in 'Europe' started by MarkN, Jan 8, 2007.

  1. busybone

    busybone Been here awhile

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    Location:
    Aschaffenburg, Germany or Pemba, Mozambique
    Boardinghouse Frankenhof
    Contact: Bernd Wenzel
    Würzburger Str. 248
    63808 Haibach
    Tel.: +49 6021 63600
    Cell.: +49 171 897 3000

    Special Rate for ADV Riders:
    30 Euros single room without breakfast
    50 Euros double room without breakfast
    propper breakfast 6 Euros per person

    secure parking in own yard
    one can use kitchen and community room for own cooking

    perfect startpoint for tours to Spessart and Odenwald

    Location at google maps: http://maps.google.de/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=de&geocode=&q=W%C3%BCrzburgerstra%C3%9Fe+244+%C2%B7+63808+Haibach&sll=51.151786,10.415039&sspn=11.556741,21.84082&ie=UTF8&ll=49.962844,9.214826&spn=0.011567,0.021329&z=15&iwloc=A
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  2. Trippy

    Trippy Been here awhile

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    Stayed at a B&B in Ypres Belgium last week.
    Rooms are really nice but not on suite.
    The house is in a very quiet area just 5 minutes walk from the Menin Gate.
    I had a double room to myself for just 30 euros. Shared twin room for 50 euros.

    Call Elma on 0032 (0) 57 20 84 00
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  3. cuznbob

    cuznbob Ah huh?

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    Location:
    Austin, Texas
    Germany, Muenchweier, Black Forest
    Metzgereigasthof Rebstock, http://www.rebstock-muenchweier.de/
    Singleroom 48E with breakfast, prices drop the more nights you book, check website.

    Rolled in here last summer in the early evening and all rooms in town were full including theirs, but after speaking with the owner and telling him my girlfriend could not go another kilometer without me suffering some brutality he made us a room out of a room that wasn't quite finished. We ended up with a big room, balcony and breakfast for 30E. We gave him a good tip on the way out. Secure gated parking with carport. Very motorcycle friendly, quaint, picturesque town, quiet, with tables out front so you can enjoy a good bier and watch the bikes roll by. On site very good restaurant and butcher. Plus you get your pic taken and put on his website (that's my girlfriend and me on the gray F800ST with topcase and tankbag flipping the peace sign).
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  4. catweasel67

    catweasel67 RD04

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    Location:
    Vienna, Austria
    in Speilfeld on the Austrian/Slovenian border.

    http://www.las-legas.at/html/english.html

    Was there last night, very hospitable. Run by Werner and his partner Annie, damned good food, flowing beer, good coffee and a bunk room (they also have a camp site out back) to crash out in. It's kinda small so if you're thinking of heading down there I'd email them first.

    Met some cool guys, some that spoke English, some that didn't but it was no sweat.

    Bloody easy to find as well :) enter Spielfeld, head for the border and you'll see it on the right hand side from 500m from the border.
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  5. Dickyb

    Dickyb Bewildered Adventurer

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    Location:
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    Anybody travelling through Kas on the Turkish Med is welcome to stop at our place. We are not a business and don't charge for overnight stays though a contribution towards your food and booze would not be refused. We can offer secure parking, hot showers, a comfortable bed and Juliet is an excellent cook. You should be dog friendly though as we have seven of the blighters, six of which were rescued from fairly miserable lives. Further info regarding the area can be found here

    http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=374143&page=24&highlight=dickyb

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    Cheers,

    Dickyb
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  6. yamalama

    yamalama wet coaster

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    Nice looking place Dickyb.
    Generous offer.
    :clap :clap
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  7. bikeral64

    bikeral64 n00b

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    For all you guy's that are at a loose end on a Monday night, the Red Lion at Madley, Herefordshire, HR9 7BU welcomes bikers from far and wide. At present food is not served on a Monday, but things could change very quickly if the demand is there. They serve good beer (Not that you guy's will be drinking much) or plenty of alternatives if required. Or if there is a club in the area that would like to make the Red Lion their head quarters, they have a very nice room adjacent to the car park. So, why not try it, it's somewhere to go. Just mention my name Alan Spencer, that will guarantee to get you slung out (Only joking guy's)
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  8. Wildman

    Wildman In my castle

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    New Etap hotel at Livange, just off the motorway south of Luxembourg city. Decent 'tab' from Calais via Brussels. Clean room with en suite. €49 plus €7 for continental breakfast.
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  9. ebam

    ebam noob

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    Location:
    Istanbul
    If you are looking for a campsite and a nice view of the Mediterranean on the Southern Turkish coast, consider staying at Reflections Camp. My friend Chris owns the place. You can rent a bungalow, a tent, or a spot to park your tent. Rates include breakfast and dinner. Check out the link for further information and great pix.

    http://reflectionscamp.com/index.html
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  10. cettork

    cettork n00b

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    Good Idea ¡¡¡ Its a very good information to dummys like me ¡¡¡

    What your opinion if I summarize all information in a pdf guide of de forum??
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  11. BakerCat

    BakerCat n00b

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    Location:
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    Mid Wales is a brilliant area for all types of riding - tarmac, gravel and technical trail riding. Local clubs hold quite a few trail bike rallies with classes for big trailies, KTM 990s, BMWs etc.

    We are near Llanidloes and have an annexe which is an ideal base. It sleeps 5 and can be self catering or meals supplied. I know of plenty of other b and bs and self catering in the Machynlleth, Dolgellau, Llanidloes and Devils Bridge areas.
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  12. coolgreany

    coolgreany Been here awhile

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    Just spent 3 nights at Krumluv House Hostel. Bed in shared 6-bed dorm was 250 CK (approx 10 Euro) per night - slightly more in Summer. Private rooms also available. Showers, laundry, kitchen and 5 minutes walk to town square. Very comfortable and friendly. They have three parking spots - usually not used as most visitors come by bus.
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  13. tobuk

    tobuk n00b

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    WE are off to Bastogne next month for a short tour ,doyou have an address for this B&B ?, it sounds perfect for our needs..............Thanks in advance, tobuk
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  14. ChrisUK

    ChrisUK Been here awhile

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    Close to Vilnius and Trakai in Lithuania: Paulius Albertavicius and his wife are great people and super hosts. His website is News | Enduro Lithuania He also runs enduro tours and rents bikes. Highly recommended.
    Chris

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  15. cuznbob

    cuznbob Ah huh?

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    Location:
    Austin, Texas
    Germany-Scwalbach-Saarland
    Hotel Muehlenthal http://www.muehlenthal.de/
    Prices from 48Euro

    Stayed overnight last weekend. Fantastic Sunday breakfast buffet, best I've seen in Germany yet. Motorcycle friendly, owner welcomed our group with cases of bier! Clean rooms, comfortable bed. Nice outdoor seating. Close to the Saar river and just a few miles from France.
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  16. Jonnirocket

    Jonnirocket Jonnirocket

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    :freakyHi everyone try this web site very good accomodation for bikers knowing your loved one is tucked up nice and safe at night, will post more reports on this after August as we are touring France 7 Spain. J:norton




    http://www.bike-stay.net/
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  17. lampy

    lampy Adventurer

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    Location:
    West Yorkshire UK....summer wine country
    Me and two mates did a quick trip to Normandy at the end of march 2011 and stayed here http://www.normandybeach.co.uk/index.htm

    Run by Adrian and his wife, Brilliant hosts,excellent breakfasts from toast to full English plus fresh pastries and as much tea/coffee as you want.
    Only a 5 min walk from the beach at Arromanche where they are several good restaurants.

    Oh and the good bit last........ After your day exploring the area its beers on the house ,sitting round the table in the courtyard talking b*llsh1t as you do which is a brilliant way to finish the day .

    Secure bike parking,locked gates and he has his own armoured car:thumb
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  18. coolgreany

    coolgreany Been here awhile

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    Here's a good stop in the Black Forest, Germany.

    This hotel is a member of the and they cater specifically to bikers - Hotel Waldblick. They are a member of the Motor Bike Hotel Group.

    Just spent two nights there while riding some of the BF roads. Has a restaurant on site and garage parking if needed. Nice and comfortable clean rooms and Brigitte and her staff are wonderful!!
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  19. boxerbmws

    boxerbmws Bernard Smith

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  20. LC8rider

    LC8rider Been here awhile

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    Hi Bernard. I don't suppose you're the same Bernard we met in Turda, Romania in 2006 or the same Bernard I sometimes meet in Cracoe on the odd Sunday meeting???? :D
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