The room was charming and nicely renovated. Great, comfortable beds, The restaurant served the best Bavarian food and perhaps the best beer I have ever tasted. Breakfast was also brilliant with eggs, bacon and a variety of cold cuts, cheeses and breads. Nothing negative about the experience. Older or physically challenged travellers may have difficulty with stairs though.
If you are not used to them, the nearby church bells are very loud in the morning!
It was very quiet,comfortable and deep relaxation. The home-brewed beer was so good. Moreover, the dishes of the restaurant were also delicious.
We enjoyed the location and the choice of food. The beer was also very good quality and value. The rooms were of a reasonable size and well maintained.
The only slight negative was that there were steep flights of stairs to our bedrooms which might be difficult to negotiate with heavy suitcases or if infirm.
During our two week holiday in Germany, we stayed in a wide range of accommodation from luxury castles overlooking the Rhine to budget and middle range hotels. The Irseer Klosterbrau was without a doubt our favourite place and the highlight of all our stays. The room was huge, superbly designed and very well equipped. The building itself has to be seen to be believed and the restaurant was simply amazing. The food was delicious and very affordable, and the locally made beer was sublime. Service was fantastic too. Overall, we can't recommend this hotel strongly enough and is well worth a visit.
Only thing we regret is that we didn't stay for longer. If we had the chance again, we would check-in and enjoy the food (and beer), and then visit Neuschwanstein Castle and Fussen the following day - to return to the Klosterbrau for more great food (and beer).