Gasthof Herzog Maximilian
A warm and down-to-earth atmosphere with Bavarian cosiness awaits you in the guest rooms of this traditional inn in the heart of Gmund. Finally the church, town hall and economy are reunited. For a long time the approx. 680-year-old inn was in deep sleep, but since the spring of 2018 it has been filled with life again by the landlords Martina and Alois Gartenleitner and their chef, Tobias Krüger. Bavarian traditions such as regulars' tables, pub music and meetings of local clubs are fixed events in the house. For smaller parties and celebrations, there is an area with a bar and display barrels, from which guests can tap the Tegernsee beer specialties themselves. A large side room can accommodate meetings of up to 80 people. Modern conference technology is also available, so that not only conferences but also public viewing events can take place. Outside, a beer garden offers space for 120 guests. In addition to the beers from the Herzoglich Bayerischen Brauhaus Tegernsee, Bavarian classics and down-to-earth culinary delights are served. These must have already tasted good to the royal owner from 1822 - King Max I. Joseph once dined in the rooms of the Herzog Maximilian inn, which owes its name to Duke Maximilian in Bavaria, the so-called Zithermaxl. Bavarian hospitality, customs and tradition are lived here - the Zithermaxl would certainly have liked that.
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