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Where to stay in the southern Black Forest?

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I'm planning a 7-night "heritage tour" in Germany for the week of April 21-28, 2013, part of which takes me to Sissach, Switzerland, which is right over the southern border from the Black Forest, east of Basel. We will have a car for our journey.

We want to spend the day driving from the Maulbronn/Baden-Baden area south through the Black Forest. The next day we want to drive to Sissach and back, crossing at Rheinfelds. The following day we will move on to Lake Constance.

So we are looking for a hotel/B&B somewhere in the southern Black Forest/Switzerland area, that will give us fairly easy accessibility to where we want to go. We're more interested in history and architecture, than the "outdoors" and wildlife (we live in the mountains), so we were thinking of a little town somewhere, but not so little that we can't find somewhere to eat after dark. A hotel/B&B that offers a half-board would be great! Priced €100, or under. Any suggestions?

Robyn :)>-

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