We are leaving Burg Colmburg in about 30 minutes, we have had a lovely time here. The castle is a lot more authentic that Burg Richenstien on the Rhine.
The castle is like a museum that you live in, out room has two single beds with carved head board and foot board?
We have a nice stone wall which is the outside wall of the castle and a great view out the window over the farm yards below and across the plains.
Spargil Soup (White Asparagus Soup)
Chris had pork medallions in a mushroom sauce and Pam had Spargal
Desert was an Espresso with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream in it.
We went for a walk during the day to see the local Colmburg village which is only down the hill.
It was about lunchtime and there was very little going on - the town only has 44 streets.
The main little grocer shop was closed.
There looked to be a pub and a pizza bar open.
It was now 12 o'clock and the Church bells started ringing we we decided to take a look in there.
We decided we would eat at the castle again since it was so nice the previous night.
A nice beer was in order on our return from the walk in the castle outdoor area.
The castle has a nice little annex for dinner with lovely views out over the farmland around the hotel.
For starters we both had a soup - Chris has a Carrot and Ginger Soup with a Prawn wrapped in a string of crunchy potato. Pam had a Wine soup which had a lot of cheese in it and it was very rich.
For mains we both had a dish of Pork and Beef with a lovely Cognac sauce servers on a small sword.
Both dishes come with a potato rosti.
The soups were around 4 EURO and the mains 16 Euro.
We both had a wine, Pam a white wine and Chris had a red wine. The red wine tasted of Cherries and was ok but not something I would want again and Pam's was rather not nice. About 4 Euro each.
There was no room left for anything else..
A nice evening.
There is a lot of dead animals all over the inside of the castle including Bird, Phesants, Ducks, Goats, Deer, Bears.