The Benedictine abbey of Weltenburg is the oldest monastery in Bavaria and was founded around 600 AD. by the monks of St. Columbanus. It is situated near the entrance to the scenic Danube gorge, on the northern slopes of the Arzberg mountain, near the site of the ancient Celtic settlement of Artobriga. The baroque church was built by the architect brothers Cosmas Damian Asam and Aegid Quirin Asam. Work began in 1716 by order of Maurus Baechl, Abbot of Weltenburg from 1713 to 1743; the entrance hall completing the building was finished in 1751 by Franz Anton Neu.
Konditionen/Extras Our reception is open during the season (May to September) from Monday to Sunday from 08:00 am to 6:00 pm. From September to April we are at your disposal on the day of arrival until 6:00 pm and on Sundays only until 12:00 am (only departure). Our rooms are usually available from 3:00 pm. The rooms must be vacated by 10:00 am on the day of departure. Half or full board: The meals are prepared in our monastery kitchen, taking into account regional suppliers and seasonal products daily fresh and varied. In addition to breakfast from the buffet, half or full board is available on request. Half-board we serve a main course (hot / cold), with full board also a 3-course lunch menu. Meals are: Breakfast 07:00 to 09:30 am , Lunch 12:10 pm , Dinner 06:30 pm. Unprepared meals can not be credited. We are happy to accommodate catering needs such as vegetarian or meatless diet, pay attention to intolerances or allergies, if you tell us when booking.
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