Delicious, fresh & regionalOur restaurant - meeting place for gourmets

Our restaurant is open in the evenings, Sundays are reserved for our hotel guests.
We kindly ask you to book your table.

Experience the seasons

We love nature and all seasons. They shape not only our menu, but also the ambience and atmosphere of our house.
Dine in our winter garden, spend cozy hours with a good glass of wine by the crackling fireplace and experience the modern rusticity of our Jagdstube.

A pinch of passion

For us, cooking is much more than a craft; cooking is a passion. Enjoy trout, fresh from our ponds, and game from local forests.

You will be delighted: by the homemade quality, by the creativity combining tradition and modernity, and by a taste that will make you ask: What was in it?

A question we are happy to answer. Just like the question about a suitable wine. After all, our heart beats not only for good food, but also for our well-stocked wine cellar, in which you will find not only well-known good drops, but also unknown ones of exceptional quality.

You prefer freshly tapped beer? Then we will be happy to serve you a Pils on tap.

Opening hours

Our restaurant is open in the evening, on Sunday it is reserved for our hotel guests. We kindly ask you to book your table.

Breakfast to indulge

Fresh rolls from the master baker we trust. The smell of just-brewed coffee from the best Seeberger Arabica beans. Perfectly foamed cappuccino and latte macchiato made from beans from the Siegerland coffee roasting company "Röstwelt". Homemade jams and game sausage. An original Bircher muesli. Boiled, scrambled and fried eggs from local chickens.

A la carte breakfast

A hearty breakfast with us is not only for our house guests the perfect start to the day. We are also happy to welcome guests from the region.

Sit down at our lovingly decorated table, in a convivial round, with friends, neighbours and family. Not only for birthdays, but simply because it tastes good and makes the day a special one. Table reservation on request.

Culinary previews

What would spring be without asparagus and autumn without goose? Enjoy seasonal specialties with us that you look forward to every year:

  • February/March: Trout in many variations
  • May/June: German asparagus
  • July/August: Summer salads
  • Autumn: Game and wild mushrooms from the Auerbach valley
  • 11th november until Advent: St. Martin's goose