Ich bin eine nette und aufgeschlossene Person und freue mich immer Gäste aus der ganzen Welt bei mir willkommen zu heißen.
Sehr nett! Frische Blumen zum Empfang, aller sauber, top in Ordnung!
Martha's Holiday Home was wonderful! Very spacious, exceptionally clean, well appointed. Martha made attention to all the small details that make for a pleasant stay. There are nice partial mountain views out of all the windows. There is also a relaxing balcony for sipping wine or reading. Martha also provided a parking space. We had a super meal at the Hotel Reindl. Just lovely with oysters and grilled salmon. Renzo is also a very good place to eat. Garmisch is an exceptional place and Martha's Holiday home is an exceptional place too!
An excellent stay once again, this is a great accommodation, work permitting we'll return to ski again on our third visit to GAP and stay here with Martha. Couldn't ask for anything better.
We loved Martha's fabulous apartment. Large bedrooms, modern big bathroom, well equipped kitchen and comfortable living area. Martha greeted us personally. On the Partenkirchen side of town, it is about 15minute walk to the train station. The Olympic stadium is just down the road and bus stop at the end of the street. Supermarket and wine shop just around the corner. We would definitely stay there again and recommend it. Our favourite apartment so far.
This apartment is comfortable, homey and very clean. Beds are a bit hard, but that was our experience all over Germany. The only weakness is that the host does not speak *any* English (of French, which we also speak). We were able to check-in without any problem. However, it was a minor inconvenience not to be able to ask her for tips about the town - or if the place was available for extra evenings and/or if we could store our luggage on the last day of check-out. Martha literally does not know a word of English, so we abandoned all efforts to talk with her. I'd still recommend the apartment though, and I can offer a few tips for others. She will give you a free bus pass that is very handy. The bus stops are located just a block away from her street, on Mittenwalder Strasse. To go into town, stand on the far side of Mittenwalder Strasse (i.e. the side furthest from Martha's house). In a pinch, you can walk to the train station though (15-20 minutes). Her place is closer to Garmisch's sister-town, Partenkirchen, and I recommend a stroll through its scenic and charming main street, the Ludwig Strasse. There are grocery stores on LudwigStrasse, and since Garmisch-Partenkirchen don't seem to have good restaurants, I'd recommend making use of Martha's well-stocked kitchen. I would take particular care to avoid the Italian place (not Renzo's, but I forget the name) that is located on Haupstrasse, near Rathausplatz. If Italy knew that these guys were flying the Italian flag from the front of their restaurant, they would surely demand that it be removed. You could find better pizza in a hospital cafeteria. The local tourism agency has an excellent website, with detailed itineraries of hikes, including winter ones. Hike through Partnach Gorge is not to be missed, and is an easy amble. In about 20-25 minutes walk from her place, you get to the start of the gorge. The hike through the gorge itself takes another 15-20 minutes. You can carry on after the gorge, and do one of the recommend hikes found on the tourism website. We ascended up through the woods en route to Eckbauer and were treated with some beautiful scenery. I also recommend taking the cog train ride to the top of the Zugspitze. Sit on right-side of train for best views, including of Lake Eibsee (which can be seen just before you enter the tunnel that is used for the final 5KM ascent to the top). Lake Eibsee itself is worth a side-trip, as there is a beautiful hike that goes around it. If you go up Zugspitze, you can rent sleds or skis there at a rental shop at the top. The price of the train ticket includes free access to ski-lifts. Sledding is fun, but make sure to borrow free goggles from rental shop. You brake with your feet - Fred Flintstone-style - and you can't see anything when you do...
I booked this apartments for my parents and sister and they also believe that Martha's house was probably the best place to stay in the city:) Kitchen and bathroom are absolutely perfect indeed. View is breathtaking))
It was excellent holidays and I'm happy that I found this place for staying
Close to the Olympic ski jump. A 15 minute walk to the Garmisch retail area, but in a nice area with great view of the mountains.
As indicated by other reviews, the host did not speak English (nor us German) however, this was not a problem during our visit.
The apartment has a shared entrance, but separate door the apartment. The apartment was clean and spacious. We would stay here again.
Marthas place must be the best place to stay in town. It is absolutely spotless and is the best equipped kitchen and bathroom, imaginable.
The address is close to ameneties and towns attractions and I would recommend it highly
Our stay at Martha's home was absolutely charming. We felt right at home as soon as we walked in. Martha greeted us promptly and even with the language barrier, she provided us with all the info we needed including local bike rental shops and schedules we had requested. The space was private and inviting with comfortable beds, spacious bathroom, stocked kitchen, and a wrap-around upstairs patio with amazing views. Couldn't have asked for a better set up.
Martha gave us a very warm welcome. The apartment is very, very spacious with 2 bedrooms (1 very large) and a comfortable living room. The luxury bathroom is a treat after a day of skiing! The location is indeed great. Close to the town centre and the ski-area. Martha was very flexible regarding our check-out, which was a kind gesture to clean ourselves up before flying back to Amsterdam. Thanks!