Hotel Brauereigasthof Aying


The Location

The Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying is the ideal starting point for excursions around Aying. Whether you want to explore the proximate Bavarian capital Munich, go skiing in Spitzing, Brauneck or Wallberg or play golf in nearby areas, during a stay at the 4-star hotel you get an impression of the traditional Bavarian culture.


Surrounded by nature and only about 30 minutes away from the city, the Brauereigasthof offers a calm authentic overnight accommodation to relax and enjoy. It’s located right across the village church St. Andreas in Aying.


The property of the Brauereigasthof comprises the guest house, the manor house, the private brewery, the Sixthof Museum, a historical bowling alley and the Troadkasten (an authentic bavarian grain storage chest). 


The Rooms

The family-led hotel invites it’s guests to dine and stay overnight at the guest house since 1923. You can stay in one of 34 individually furnished rooms where the historic atmosphere blends with contemporary comfort into a unique feels-like-home ambience.

In 2009 they also opened up the manor house opposite the guest house for guests, which was the home of the family Inselkammer. The 14 rooms were carefully restored and named after the family members who lived there.

Every room is furnished traditionally but offers the modern comforts such as a stylish bathroom and separate WC, telephone, TV, minibar, safe and WIFI. A historical tile stove or open fireside completes the comfort in the spacious rooms.

The past can really be felt in the manor house. The library on the ground floor which used to be the horse stable once is now a quiet place to come together, have a beer or just to rest in front of the open fireside between an old stock of books.


The Dining experience


If you stay at the Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying you can dine at the Ayinger Bräustüberl right besides the manor house. It’s rustic and traditional and in summer you can sit in it’s beautiful beergarden to enjoy tasty meals and good traditional fare.


If you like it more upmarket, but still typical Bavarian, you should dine at the August & Maria Restaurant inside the guest house. The restaurant is one of the best 400 restaurants in Germany and therefore highly recommended by gourmet guides.


At the atmospheric restaurant, they serve delights of regional specialities and international gourmet cuisine. The chefs de cuisine have a close partnership with regional producers to work with the best quality of food and also own their own hunting grounds. On top of that they offer beer from their own brewery and mineral water from their own spring.

You will also come here to have breakfast if you stay at the hotel.


Listening to alpine folk music, reading the local newspaper and enjoying a great buffet with local products and Bavarian specialities is probably the best way to get in the mood for a perfect day in Munich.


What else?


The Sixthof Museum and the Troadkasten are available as exclusive settings for special accasions such as celebrations, conferences and dining for larger groups. The Troadkasten is located next to the guest house in a picturesque garden. If you like, you can also join the cooking school taking place at the manor house or a brewing seminar at the private brewery, where you learn how to brew your own beer and discover the process from the raw material to the actual end product. Of course you can also visit the brewery for tastings in smaller groups. The bowling alley from 1886 can still be used, although the bowling pins have to be put in place by hand, but therefore you have an amazing historical location to spend a friday night and enjoy excellent Kaiserschmarrn.


Why Brauereigasthof Hotel Aying?

The Hotel is as unique as the Bavarian tradition itself. If you want to feel it, stay in Aying. Enjoy a quiet place to sleep and maybe the most delicious Bavarian dishes you ever had in warm hospitality only half an hour from the excited city.


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