Deutsche Strasse Bed and Breakfast New Ulm, Minnesota
404 South German Street
New Ulm, MN 56073
(507) 354-2005
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General Policies

Policies and Amenities

  • Guests are welcome to check in at any time between 4:30 and 6:30 p.m.
  • Please notify us if you prefer to check in at another time.
  • Check out time is 11 a.m.
  • Children by arrangement.
  • Sorry, we cannot accommodate pets.
  • Smoke Free Environment.
  • Prices do not include tax.
  • Rates are subject to change.


  • Served in our comfortable, unique sun porch on fine crystal and china.
  • A bounteous, homemade breakfast is offered every morning. (Breakfast times vary according to our guests' preferences)
  • If you have special dietary needs, please mention it to us when making your reservation.
  • Signature features include: Deutsche Strasse Potato Hash, German sautéed apples with cinnamon-swirl French Toast, buttermilk waffles, made- to-order omelets. Wake up to the aroma of our Deutsche Strasse Signature Breakfast Blend coffee brewing!

  • Please call in advance or reserve online to ensure availability and avoid disappointment.
  • Reservations can be made by using your Visa, MasterCard or Discover as a guarantee.
  • If credit card is not used, a check for the cost of the entire stay must be received within five days of telephone booking.
  • Full payment for entire stay is due upon arrival: MasterCard, Visa, Discover, personal check or cash.
  • Sorry, no refunds for early departures.
  • We do not accept American Express.


If you have to cancel, we require two weeks notice for a full refund. If less than two weeks notice and your room is rebooked, we offer a full refund also. If less than two weeks and room is not rebooked, we graciously offer a midweek rain check valid for Monday - Thursday and not holidays, festivals or special events. This is a transferable commodity, but not refundable.


At Deutsche Strasse Bed & Breakfast we are dedicated to protecting your privacy and safeguarding your personally identifiable information.

Information Collection

Our main purpose in collecting your personal information is to provide you with a streamlined experience in making reservations at Deutsche Strasse Bed & Breakfast. We only collect information about you that we consider necessary for achieving this. Personally identifiable information is only obtained when making a reservation.

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At Deutsche Strasse Bed & Breakfast we take security seriously. When users make a reservation we use every precaution to safe guard it online and offline.

Policy Modifications

Deutsche Strasse Bed & Breakfast may amend this Privacy Statement from time to time in order to meet changes in the regulatory environment, business needs, or to satisfy the needs of our guests, properties, strategic marketing partners, and service providers.

Green Policy

As a small part of our earth, at the Deutsche Strasse Bed and Breakfast, we strive to provide quality accommodations and cuisine while respecting the natural and human environment. What we do is just a small contribution towards the quality of life for our future generations.

  1. We believe in maintaining the integrity of our 1884 home. The house was renovated by its second owner in 1915, and it was at this time that the plumbing, heating and electricity were initially installed. The new brick and the stucco were applied over the old, thereby creating a very strong structure. Our walls are 13 1/2 inches thick.

    The third owner of our home was St. Mary's Catholic Church and it was used as a home for the priests as well as their business office. They maintained the house, but did not make changes structurally. Some of the plumbing and electrical service was updated. As the fourth owner of the home, we appreciate the history and integrity of the house and have not changed it structurally.

    The majority of the windows are the originals and exhibit the waviness that is a characteristic of the old glass. Gary, over the years, carefully removed the leaded paint, repainted and re-glazed those windows and the storm windows. Most still have the original rope sashes which still function to this day. Just recently, some have had to be reworked. Most of the light fixtures are those that were in the house either at the time it was built or at the time of the renovation. The house has most of the bath fixtures from the 1915 renovation. The Flower Room and Ivy Rooms have the original pedestal sinks and toilet stools. The hot tub in the Black Forest Suite is from a former bed and breakfast in Hastings that is being converted to condominiums.

  2. In our purchases we are careful to purchase in ways that use less packaging. Most of our food is cooked from scratch and the basics are purchased in quantities, thereby less packaging is required. When shopping for groceries, we use either the re-usable, re-cycled boxes for transport or use the "green bags" when purchasing smaller quantities. If we find it necessary to make use of plastic bags for grocery transport, we save them and re-use them for trash containers as well as other uses. Trips for errands are consolidated to conserve gas. If an errand is within walking or biking distance and the load is small, we make use of our human energy by either walking or bicycling.
  3. Our sheets and towels are laundered using soap that is earth-friendly and full loads are our guideline. When weather permits, our sheets are hung on a clothesline outside. Not only do we save the energy of using the dryer, but our guests are treated with the fresh fragrance of the outdoors when retiring for a good night's sleep.
  4. We recycle aluminum, paper, glass, plastic, and cardboard.
  5. We offer filtered drinking water in the guest rooms in glass carafes that may be refilled. The water in New Ulm is safe to drink, but the added purification is reassuring and more tasteful.
  6. We buy local and have a Farmer's Market in town every Thursday and Saturday, during the spring, summer and fall. We have a great food co-op in St. Peter that we frequent. Our coffee is Fair Trade and roasted in Pepin, Wisconsin. Our apples and berries are also of course local and when we can we pick them ourselves.

We respect suggestions in this regard and are open to learning more.