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Shopping

 

Bayerisch Eisenstein

We have our own small guest shop at the Forsthaus, accessible to guests 24/7.

Bayerisch Eisenstein has:

  • A village shop selling groceries including fresh bread.
  • 2 large sports shops, one with a wide range of other clothing, especially Bavarian style
  • several gift shops, some selling jewellery/glass/wine.
  • butcher and bakery vans visit the village on some days of the week

There are supermarkets in the neighbouring towns.

Eating out

 


In Bayerish Eisenstein, there are 10 restaurants, including 4 which we recommend.

Our favourite local restaurants:

Bayerisch Eisenstein

Poeschl-Stuben

Eisensteiner Hof

Utaty (Indian vegetarian/vegan)

Pizzeria

Zwiesel (carfree by train):

Waldbahn

Dampfbierrestaurant

Regensburg

Thurn & Taxis

Nr. Passau (fish restaurant on the Danube)

Fischerstueberl

Eating out in this area is very cheap - main courses are almost always less than €15 and sometimes less than €10. Dishes are mainly pork or beef based. There is also a lot of fresh water fish, especially trout and game dishes, especially venison and wild boar. The most typical local food is pork with mushroom sauce and dumplings. Most restaurants offer vegetarian options. Most restaurants have a children's menu.

Beer is cheap and varied. The best wine is from the Franken area of Germany or from Austria.

 

Contact us

Bavarian Forest Holidays
Hans-Watzlik-Strasse 8
94252 Bayerisch Eisenstein
Germany

Tel.
(Germany) +49 (0) 9925 90 32 04
(UK) 07813 811 497 (Martin)
(Ulrike – Germany) +49 (0) 160 9171 8011

Email:
info@bavarian-forest-holidays.com

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Skiing on the Arber

Forest walk

Arriving by train from the UK

Baby bear in the Bavarian Forest National Park

Cookery lesson

Bavarian Forest mountains

Martin with the first Sengzelten

Regensburg Cathedral

Rissloch falls

Our guest shop, open 24/7