A house with a history
- The "Hirsch" was first documented in 1615. At that time, it was the property of the Zeiller family, who were running an inn with spacious stables and a large watering place for horses.
- In 1782, the right to run a brewery was acquired for the "Hirsch" by Ignaz Geisenhof (1794-1818) and the inn brewed its own beer until 1907. The ice and storage cellar under the Mühlerstraße still exists today.
- In 1896, a major fire broke out in the "Hirsch". As part of the following renovation work, the inn was extended by one floor.
- In 1907, the Kursaal and concert hall - the largest in the region at that time - was added.
- In 1913, Franz Kraus had the "Blaue Saal" built in Jugendstil design.
- Franz Kraus initiated a driving force for tourism: the "Three Passes Tour", still current today, and set up a bus route between the Bavarian royal castles of Neuschwanstein and Lindenhof.
- In 1932 the Kursaal was converted into a cinema and at the same time another floor was added.
- After Franz Kraus' early death in 1933, his eight children continued to run the "Hirsch".
- The hotel was occupied first by American and then later by French soldiers until 1954.
- Helmut and Monika Kraus have run the hotel since 1973. Numerous renovations followed. For instance, the cinema was closed in 1986 and converted into a dining hall, and in 1990 the "Blaue Saal" was renovated.
- Our house has a long history, which you will come across wherever you go.
All your benefits at a glance
Half board/full board
Special diet cuisine
Hall for events
Suitable for wheelchairs
Reductions for children in parents' rooms
Telephones in the rooms
Hotel car park
Parking spaces (free of charge during your stay)
Shoe polishing machine
WiFi for guests