"Waltersdorfer Mühle" Hohnstein Restaurant Tip by german_eagle
Hohnstein Restaurants: 2 reviews and 9 photos
That's the right place for a hiker - a former B&B with restaurant, built in pseudo-Swiss style in 1896 in totally isolated location in the Polenz valley. The name refers to the mill near the village Waltersdorf, which is on a plateau above the valley (opposite side from Hohnstein). The mill was mentioned in the 15th century, is out of operation since the late 19th century.
Waltersdorfer Mühle offers snacks for hikers and cyclers. Self service, tables are in the lovely garden and in the rustic wooden annex with the large windows (wintergarden style). The family who bought the place some years ago stopped decay and started a gentle renovation. I am pretty sure in a couple of years this will be a gem again.
Open from about Easter to late October from Tue - Sun.
Favorite Dish: We only had a piece of apple cake and coffee. Dirt cheap and tasty.
Comparison: least expensive
Directions: In the Polenz valley on a crossing point of several hiking paths between Hohnstein, Kurort Rathen and Waltersdorf.
Price: less than US$10
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