The Kornhauskeller is truly unique, remarkable on account of both its size and splendor.
The guildsmen certainly had style. The 30 butchers who practiced their trade in the lane now named after it purchased this house in 1484 for the sum of 300 talers. It was here that they socialized and held their assemblies – at least until 1798, when the Revolution put an end to the old order of the guilds.
An impressive, beautifully renovated 14th century moated castle and park with stylish function rooms for banquets with 8–300 guests. Romantic à-la-carte restaurant, attractive garden terrace and excellent service.