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Find yourself kind of floating above all buildings and amongst the trees. Perfect tranquility with the sound of birds or the wind whispering. Call it Shinrin Yoku if you like. We call it the deeply human need for withdrawal into soothing nature.
In 1910 guests helped my great grandparents with constructing a rock pool far up the Tannerhof hillside. A little bell fixed to a tree would inform the single swimmer if someone else was on their way. Unfortunately, over the decades the pool was spilled with gravel. A couple of years ago, Roger constructed a small pond beneath the original rock pool. It fills with natural water from a rivulet. The charming open air shower and the wooden deck make for a great little retreat. And do you hear that bell ringing...?
Great for cooling off in hot Summers! Or share the neighbouring stream with our Runner Ducks...
This magnificent tree with its five stems guards the Tannerhof on it's outer right boundary. From up here you have a wide view of the Leitzach valley. Try sitting or standing in the midst of the five powerful stems and gaze at the crown up above. There is a swing on the lower branch - come, be a child again! Or choose one of the benches - what a place to just sit and stare or ponder on life...
After buying the vacant farmhouse Tannerhof in 1904, my great grandparents immediately started constructing an additional main building, the Neue Tann. Here you will find the Kammerl (Chambers) and the Tannerhof Rooms. Also, the neighbouring sauna.
The heart of the Tannerhof. Your entry to your holiday home. Accompanied by the homely scent of pine wood and the crackling sound of burning wood in the cockle stove on cold days. This is also where the restaurant, the shop and the reading room are.
The historic building - best visible from the front - was first mentioned in the 15th century. Originally there was a byre adjacent to the main building. In 2011 the reconstruction and extension of the Alte Tann took into account the original, and historic dimensions of rooms, hallways and room heights. And a second floor was added on top of the ancient building. Here, older and younger construction casually meet.
Das Licht der Berge, die Farben der Natur, die plastischen Formen der Umgebung, in diesem frei stehenden Holzbau vereinigt sich das alles und bringt die kreativen Kräfte zur Entfaltung. Machen Sie mit bei der Malergruppe – Papier und Farben sind immer vorhanden. Nele von Mengershausen gibt Ihnen gerne Tipps und berät Sie beim Kunstschaffen.
Our sauna is truely special. One of the oldest in Germany this quaint sweating lodge was built in 1936. Besides the electric stove there is a real wood burning stove for the good old and pure sauna feeling which the vast sauna landscapes lack these days. Added by a second, milder sauna of 50-60°C with fragrant Kelo wood there is a choice of both really hot and... hot. Lovingly decorated with matured wood, historic tiles and characteristic lighting.
The relaxation area lives up to its reputation. No disturbing exits to the outside interrupt your dreaming, gazing into the landscape or dozing off into relaxed sleep. And you will be kept nice and warm by the old Bullerjahn wood firing stove.
The health & wellness wonderland: hydrotherapy, fango, massages, beauty treatments, the fitness studio, and of course the medical office. Lots of wooden tiling, elegantly shaped concrete tubs, natural light, and a surgery with classic furnishing making for a warm atmosphere.