Hotel Hofgut Hohenkarpfen

Hotel Hofgut Hohenkarpfen

Hotel Hofgut Hohenkarpfen Whether it is surrounded by fairytale winter landscape or lush green nature in the Summer, the Hohenkarpfen Estate Hotel, on the Baar plateau between the towns Hausen ob Verena, Gunningen and Seitingen-Oberflacht, with its spectacular and captivating panoramic views over the Danube mountain area and the Swabian Mountains, is worth a visit in every season.Guests of the Hohenkarpfen Hotel will experience unforgettable moments in this glorious atmosphere whether at a wedding, a conference or just a relaxing holiday. Whether you go hiking in the 'great outdoors', simply relax or enjoy superb dining in the hotel's own restaurant you can let yourself unwind, always accompanied by breathtaking views of the mountain area.The Hohenkarpfen Estate is one of the most wonderful hotels in the region of Rottweil, Villingen-Schwenningen and Tuttlingen. In the restaurant you can also experience the delights of delicious food, and as a highlight you can take part in a 'Whodunit' Dinner.On the Baar plateau of the Swabian Mountains, between the towns of Hausen ob Verena, Gunningen and Seitingen-Oberflacht lies the 912 metre-high table mountain, Hohenkarpfen. Just a few kilometres away from Hohenkarpfen is the Albtrauf, the northwest aligned precipice of the Swabian Mountains, with the Trinity Mountain and a second table mountain, the highest mountain of the Baar, the Hohenlupfen. Once upon a time, Count von Lupfen maintained a castle complex on the Hohenkarpfen – the Burg Hohenkarpfen. Nowadays the Hohenkarpfen is a popular excursion destination because of its picturesque conical shape, and the views over the Baar and across to the Black Forest. Since the 1930s the summit has been designated a conservation area. The Hohenkarpfen Art Foundation, which maintains a museum on the Hohenkarpfen, has prominence far and beyond this region. The Artists' Scholarship is organised by Frau Susanne Ritzi-Mathé and gives contemporary artists the opportunity to install an appropriate sculpture in the open on the Hohenkarpfen. The former dairy was built 300 years ago from the ruins of the Knight's castle at Hohenkarpfen, which was destroyed in the year 1643. After many years of management as a farm, in 1978, following complete renovation, the restaurant was opened. In 1989 the former barn was converted into a hotel. Since then the conservation area designated Hohenkarpfen Estate has become well known as an attractive events venue for conferences and weddings. The Estate is also frequently visited for recreation and relaxation and, with its captivating surroundings, it has great powers of attraction for both young and old. www.hohenkarpfen.de

 Hotel Hofgut Hohenkarpfen

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