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The great-grandfather of today's Eugen Georg Hemberger came as a tower clock manufacturer of Schloßau in Baden to Erling. His tower clocks are found throughout the region today. His son Eugene married in 1920 Anna Hemberger Panzinger with which he led the Gasthof zur Post (with post office). So in 1952 the son of Eugene and Anna Hemberger assumes the Gasthof zur Post and related agriculture.
Now 1992, we acquired, Eugene and Anneliese Hemberger (born Röckenschuß) in the 6th generation property. Following the acquisition prevented the monument a continuation of the traditional restaurant. Therefore, the entire operation was restructured.
The inn changed into a bed and breakfast. With great attention to detail, the guest rooms have been brought up to date, along the lines of trend and tradition. We always take care to arrange and decorate our rooms with new ideas and familiar atmosphere.
Agriculture was changed from farmland to grassland for breeding deers in gates with organic standards.
In 1992 the butcher's shop was re-opened as a wild butchery.
As a seasonal business we offer from October to March fresh wild specialities from our own wild reserve. You must try it ...
Family run company in the 6th generation
Comfortable rooms, suites and studio
Royal, huge and rich breakfast buffet
Free wireless internet throughout the hotel
Sunny lawn and patio terrace
Seasonal wild specialities in our wild butchery
1 km to the famous monastery Andechs
Many destinations in Fuenfseenland