The 'Wurst' Hotel Offering Sausage-Themed Rooms Is Straight From A Vegetarian's Nightmare
What happens when a butcher opens a hotel? A vegetarian's ‘wurst’ nightmare.
If your ideal hotel stay includes sleeping with wiener pillows surrounded by salami-styled wallpaper, it’s time to head to Rittersbach, about 40 kilometres south of Nuremberg in Germany.
Breakfast is included for a room at the bratwurst themed hotel, with a healthy serve of sausage of course, for just under 100 euros a night.
Butcher Claus Boebel says he opened the “bratwurst heaven” so people could experience the peculiarities of the northern Bavaria region, famous for its sausages.
“Our slogan "sleeping under a Bratwurst sky" is not just a marketing slogan but actually for real, so that when I look up from the bed I see sausages," he said.
"I have cuddly pillows shaped as bratwursts. I have a bratwurst-style soap and a lot of little details that surprise the guest again and again."
If sleeping among cured meats isn’t enough for you, head to the ‘Wurstaurant’ for more of a sausage fix, including sausage ice-cream...
The hotel is called BB&BB. Its website explains this stands for Boebel Bratwurst Bed and Breakfast.
Guests can satisfy cravings for cold-cuts and meats at the shop before heading home or take a cooking course.