Gasthaus-Pension Jaegerstueble - Oberharmersbach

Jägerstüble
Holdersbach 31
77784
Oberharmersbach
Tel - 7837/840
Fax - 7837/929173
Email -
info@jaegerstueble-oberharmersbach.de

(Recommended by Joan)

...I knew that I really wanted to visit the Black Forest even if it was a short overnight visit because of my limitation on time. I selected the Gasthaus-Pension Jägerstüble on the outskirts of Oberharmersbach, a small village just outside of the beautiful Zell am Harmersbach.

From B33 Villigen/Schwenningen, connect with L94 Biberach - Zell am Harmersbach. Continue on that road until you reach Oberharmersbach, which is only a couple of kilometers from Zell. Almost as you are leaving Oberharmersbach, watch for “Gasthaus Sonne”. At the Gasthaus, turn right onto Holdersbach and continue for 2½ kilometers to the Jägerstüble, which is on the left side of the road. That sounds easy, but make sure you watch the distance as you make the drive. I didn’t do that and even my GPS system didn’t have house numbers higher then “9”. I drove a narrow little farm road until it narrowed down to a lane about 1½ car widths and looked more like a walking path than a road. There were two young boys out flying kites who told me I was on the right path and to continue driving on up the narrow little lane until I reached the Jägerstüble.


This is located in the lumber area of the Black Forest and is beautiful. The restaurant which is attached to the pension is very good. One thing I really liked in addition to the selection of items on the menu, was the choice of a “small” portion and a “large” portion. They explained that because many of the locals worked in the lumber yards, they had large appetites, more than the average person. Of course, I ordered a small portion and yet it was quite large. I had 2 quite large portions of Wienerschnitzel, salad, and roasted potatoes. If I remember correctly, that only cost €7,50. The large portion was only about €2,00 more. When the weather is nice, there is a lovely outdoor patio where you can sit to eat.


I had a single room, which was quite small, but sufficient for my needs. It had a cable TV, a private bath with shower. The nicest part was it had a great balcony that overlooked the beautiful surrounding hills.


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