Before it was renovated into a youth hostel in 1953, this architectural gem served as one of Dinkelsbühl's four large, medieval granaries, located in the heart of the historic city. Coziness is what speaks through everything, starting at the entrance up until the imposing impressive half-timbered gable.
Our 100 beds are separated into 25 double to six-bed en-suite rooms.
Our dining hall has up to 100 seats available; the four conference rooms in the attic about 10 - 48. They are modernly equipped with video projectors plus screens, TV, pinboard and flip chart.
There is one barrier-free room on both the second and third floor, accessible via the elevator.
Our spacious garden area offers one open and one roofed tabletennis table, areas for barbecues and campfires, a small soccer field, as well as the "House of Research" for children, and a small bicycle station next to a sanitary facility.