Thirty kilometres from Munich you can immerse yourself directly in the Bavarian idyll: The picturesquely overgrown brewery inn Aying welcomes you behind a large maypole. If you look at the other side of the road, you will see the classic yellow St. Andreas church. The inn has been owned by the Inselkammer family for many hundreds of years. It is worth asking for a room in the former manor house that first appeared in the town chronicles in 1836. There you will find special furniture, works of art and even your own house altar. The family has been collecting for many hundreds of years, which now pays off. These collector’s items can be found in all the rooms. Thus the whole thing radiates a grown atmosphere, which is not affected by the careful modernization.
You feel at home in the large rooms with freshly stripped plank floors. In the library the feeling of well-being continues with comfortable sofas in which one can read in the selected books.
And of course this brewery inn also has its own brewery with Aying beer, which is also available in the rooms.
We definitely recommend our own restaurant with pigs from our own farm and game from our own hunt. It goes without saying that only regional ingredients are used. Of course there is also our own beer. A very special tip is the Kirta beer during the Oktoberfest season: brewed from dark malt in March. Due to longer storage, the taste is much more intense.
Zornedinger Str. 2
phone: +49 8095 90650
price: double from 168,- €