After restoring our farmhouse in 2004 we can offer you upstairs 3 sleeping rooms furnished in typical country style, 2 bathrooms with shower, bathtub, WC and bidet for 6 persons and another small double bed room especially made for kids. Additionally we have a luxury suite for 2-3 persons including an own wellness-bathroom with interior design by Philipp Starck, including a sauna/sanarium for your recreation. At the entrance floor you will find the comfortable living room which offers a cosy atmosphere with chimney, satellite-TV, some English books and magazines. The equipment of the kitchen is perfectly stored with microwave, dishwasher, toaster etc. Outside the house you will find a romantic country-garden with a lot of typical flowers nearby the terrace. Shadowed by old trees you will find nice places outside to sit down into the grass or around the wooden table in the garden area. Enjoy the possibility of barbecue outside! And kids will be happy playing ping pong.
City tours: A day trip, not too far away, takes you to the city of Ulm. The Ulmer Muenster has the tallest steeple on Earth. Shopping and strolling along the old Fisherman’s Quarter along the Danube River is also quite an experience. If you head east you will come to the beautiful and must see city of Munich, the capital of Bavaria, also formerly known as the “hidden capital” of Germany. Visiting the Hofbraeuhaus or Beergardens you will find the typical bavarian lifestyle. If you drive to the north, on the scenic road known as the “Romantic Road”, you will pass old medieval towns such as Dinkelsbühl and Rothenburg ob der Tauber (known for the Käthe Wohlfahrt year round Christmas store) and up to Wuerzburg. Going west you will reach Stuttgart, the automobile city with Mercedes and Porsche, lovely situated inbetween forests and wineyards, where you can taste the 'Viertele' at traditional 'Besenwirtschaften'.
Scenic landscapes and points of interests: If you drive toward the south, you reach the foot of the Alps, and the famous town of Oberstdorf. This town is known for its beautiful ornamental wooden houses and, of course, the ski jumping, from local to world class and even Olympic competition. Take the cable car up to the Nebelhorn and what a view you will have! Not far away is the castle well known, even in the United States, named Neu Schwanstein. A trip to this point of interest may also be combined with two other well known places, the Schloss Linderhof and the beautiful baroque church, the Wieskirche. Nearby is also the Abbey, Ettal.
Another daytrip that depends upon good weather would be to the Lake Constance to visit the city of Lindau but also the island of Mainau, with its beautiful blooming flowers.
Cultural trips: If you are interested in churches, we recommend the late baroque style Abbey Neresheim by the architect Balthasar Neumann. Neresheim may be combined with the medieval town of Nördlingen, which to this day still has an intact wall surrounding the entire town. A night watcher still lives at the very top of one of the two towers in the church St. Daniel. On your way back to the house you will see castles. Or take a relaxing day in the vicinity of the house, known as the Schwaben Baroque Area:
You can visit many of the small towns in the region such as Günzburg, Krumbach, Memmingen, and Ottobeuren. These towns will give you an impression of the architecture and culture of this part of Southern Germany.