This house is now in our possession for the 4th generation. My great-grandfather bought it because he wanted a place for the whole family to live together. But it was too small for that, so now only my husband and I live and work in this gem - in the middle of the city but still in the countryside.
I grew up in this house. I have moved several times - but always within the same house ;-).
On the ground floor we run a small woodcarving school, on the first floor and attic we live ourselves.
My husband Franz and I have renovated extensively since 2011 and cherish our home with much love and work. We are happy to share it with you for the time of your stay with us.
Frequently asked questions
Below you will find the most frequently asked questions. If you still cannot find your answer, we look forward to hearing from you!
Yes and no. Apart from you, only my husband and I live in the house. We run a carving school and a small shop on the ground floor of the house. We are often away on courses, but when we are present, we also use the garden and the pool from time to time. During an on-site course, it also happens that our participants use the garden. Most of the time, however, you can use the garden and the pool alone, but not exclusively.
The pool is in the garden and has no roof. The pool operation is therefore dependent on the weather. We start the pool season at the beginning of May and end it at the end of September. This means that between October and April the pool is not in use because the weather is too cold for swimming.
Our pool measures 3 x 5 metres and is equipped with a counter-current system, which means you can swim without moving from the spot. The utilisation of the pool is low.
Yes, we also provide the wood. You can heat the fireplace 1-2 times with it. If you need more wood, we will gladly provide it for € 8,-/10 kg.
In the adjoining house there is a former bus garage. We have rented a parking space there for our guests. The garage is therefore large enough for all larger vehicles, including roof superstructures.
No, unfortunately! Our house was built in 1872 and you have to climb a few steps in the entrance area and in the garden. The flat is on the 1st floor, there is no lift.
In our flat you will find a small amount of:
- Kitchen: kitchen roll, bin liners, washing-up liquid, sponge, various spices, vinegar, oil, coffee capsules, coffee filter
- Bathroom: toilet paper, hand soap, disinfectant for hands, shampoo, shower gel, detergent for the washing machine.
- Anteroom: various cleaning agents, first aid kit
In the case of longer stays, you must make your own arrangements for the replacement of used funds.
No, the flat and the entire house are non-smoking areas. You are welcome to indulge your smoking habits in the garden.