The architects came up with a different design for this old saxon house. Replacing the wrought iron by elegant wood, they created a pleasant and cozy atmosphere. The lamps with their modern design create a perfect mix with more classical finishes such as the wooden floor and the ceiling beams of the top floor. However, an old-style still dominates the house.
Michael Pension is placed 200 m far from the main square and some 20 m from the Western wall of the fortress, offering a spectacular view to the Fortified Church. Two small rivers, flowing right beside and embracing the house from two sides, give a particular charm to the villa.
Set on a plot of 600 sqm, Michael Pension can regularly accommodate up to 12 guests in its three apartments of about 60 sqm each and one junior suite of 52 sqm. Each apartment has a sleeping room, a separate living room and a large bathroom.
At the ground floor there is a 66 sqm room with large windows overlooking the West walls of the fortress to East and a quiet inner courtyard of 335 sqm to West. Having a fully equipped state of the art kitchen, a dining and a living room, own bathroom and larder, this space is the ideal place to get togheter, spend some time for reading or just relaxing, or have a great meal with friends and familly.
Guests will find in our courtyard some incredible big and sweet sour cherries in July and a very tasty local grape variety in September.