It could be the Bavarian embassy in Hesse: the Königsalm at Nieste, Germany. Green meadows, good views onto the little town, two large alpine cabins with a large outdoor area. It is a place many hikers, bikers and cyclists get to. The friendly team serves Schweinsbraten, Grillhaxen, Leberkäse, Obatzter and Weißwürstchen to give you the feeling of being at Bavaria – but afterwards you need to do some sports to burn calories.
The Königsalm was created in 2009 as a popular restaurant destination. It is also well-known as the owners have a smaller alpine cabin every year at the Christmas market of Kassel. You can get here on different hiking paths, but also by car or motorbike which you can park directly in front of the restaurant. The restaurant also has its own bus stop which can be reached with bus 34. A good combination to get here from Kassel is taking tramway 4 to ‘Bahnhof Oberkaufungen‘ and switching there to bus 34.