You can experience the charme of a historic house on the edge of Hainich National Park in the "Zum Herrenhaus" Hotel. The manor house was built by the Lords of Wangenheim in 1680, its foundations resting on the vaults of a sheep farm dating back to the 13th century. In this elegant atmosphere, history, art and nature blend into a fascinating journey to a bygone age.
The Herrenhaus offers its guests refined home-style cooking. Most ingredients are sourced from regional producers and then prepared true to authentic recipes.
You have the choice of staying in well-appointed rooms or in holiday homes. Your accommodation in the idyllic Wildcat Village Hütscheroda is an ideal starting point for exploring the national park and its surroundings on foot or by bicycle.
In summer, the hotel's barbecue area invites guests to have an open-air party. Sit around the campfire and gaze at the stars – an evening spent like that is sure to be a pleasant memory.