***S-apartment oasis and boutique hotel in the glasstown of Zwiesel at the heart of the bavarian forest national park.

We had a dream...

Holidays spent by a small park and river, in a small, exclusive boutique hotel on the outskirts of Zwiesel, but only a few minutes from the town centre.

The AngerResidenz building is modern in style. Personally run by the owner, it is lovely blend of tasteful furnishings and a beautiful garden with a kneipp water treading pool. A dream holiday in a green oasis of peace and harmony has been created for you in a serene natural environment combined with all the amenities of a modern apartment.

The exclusive AngerResidenz boutique hotel is different both architecturally and conceptually from other hotels.

  • Built in 1995, in a park by the river, the hotel has 16 suites all of which are at least 50m2 in size with 1 or 2 large separate bedrooms.
  • All bedrooms face east to benefit from the morning sun, all living rooms, balconies, terraces or conservatories are on the western side of the hotel for easy access to the river and park.
  • All suites are equipped with a small kitchen so that you can eat “at home” if you want, although many guests also chose to use the garden barbecue facilities.
  • All suites can also be booked as self-catering flats – a good value option for your holiday. A roll/sandwich service is included.
  • All suites have a fast and free internet connection via a modern WLAN network with 100 MBit.
  • Guests can enjoy the breakfast buffet in the hotel conservatory and in the evenings can eat in 10 restaurants at the neighbouring.
  • Check-in is normally in the morning and check-out is possible until 8 pm, but please ask about this in advance – there are no additional costs incurred.

The “Glass town” of Zwiesel is adjacent to the first and oldest German national park – the Bavarian Forest National Park. The lively small town of Zwiesel on the German glass road, bears the name of “glass town” with justification, as the first glass producer there was mentioned in 1421. Today many of the people of Zwiesel still work in the glass industry, such as the prestigious Zwiesel Kristalglass or the Kristallglasmanufaktur Theresienthal. There are also numerous small workshops and artisan manufacturers. In winter Zwiesel has also made a name for itself for the ladies downhill ski worldcup held on the nearby Arber mountain (1450m) and as an environmentally conscious holiday area for walkers, nature lovers and families. Our guests can use the buses and trains free of charge throughout their stay thanks to the guestcard.

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