No TV, long on comfort

We have fur­nis­hed our 27 guest bed­rooms to reflect the way we our­sel­ves like to live. And that means one thing you will not find here is a tele­vi­si­on set at the focal point of the living space – nor any “deco objects” or garish effects.

What you can expect ins­tead is beau­tiful fur­ni­tu­re hand-made by Bre­gen­zer­wald craft­smen, top-quality mat­tres­ses, good music to choo­se from, time to yours­elf in spa­cious sur­roun­dings, natu­ral cos­me­tics and an in-house library.

Diligently designed comfort times 27

Johann Con­rad Bech­ter built the Kro­ne in 1838 and some of his ori­gi­nal con­cepts live on in the updated designs of tim­ber con­s­truc­tion trail­bla­zer and archi­tect Leo­pold Kauf­mann and con­tem­po­ra­ry archi­tects Fritz Nat­ter and Ber­nar­do Bader…

Our guests can look for­ward to relax and unwind, sur­roun­ded by tim­e­l­ess design and the qua­li­ty work of the craft­smen and women of the Werk­raum Bre­gen­zer­wald. We call this careful­ly craf­ted crea­tu­re comfort.

A room at the Krone and so much more:

Your room at the Kro­ne includes a lot more than just the room. Have a brow­se through the long list of addi­tio­nal amen­i­ties below.

  • Enjoy the warm hos­pi­ta­li­ty exten­ded to you by Hele­ne and Diet­mar Nussbaumer-Natter, their sons Oskar and Max and the enti­re team. We call our­sel­ves the Kro­ne fami­ly becau­se in this house we work tog­e­ther like a big family.
  • Our well-stocked house libra­ry. Brow­se among a multi­tu­de of absor­bing books, maga­zi­nes and news­pa­pers such as Der Fal­ter, Der Stan­dard, Pres­se, Neue Zür­cher Zei­tung, Frank­fur­ter All­ge­mei­ne and sel­ec­ted jour­nals such as brand­eins, Der Spie­gel, Ori­gi­nal, Fal­staff, A la car­te, Vogue, Hoch­par­terre, Modul­or, Art Aurea, to name just a few.
  • A varied break­fast buf­fet with extre­me­ly high home­ma­de fac­tor (jams, mues­li, spreads, bread, …) and fine­ly sor­ted from regio­nal supplier:inside
  • Four cour­se evening meals from Mon­day to Satur­day from the Kro­ne kit­chen, which the­se days boasts not 2 but 3 Gault Mil­lau toques. On Sun­days we go rustic and ser­ve hear­ty Bre­gen­zer­wäl­der cheese pas­ta with salad and des­sert. A must try.
  • Our out­door ter­race over­loo­king the Hit­tis­au vil­la­ge squa­re is open from April through to Octo­ber. Accor­ding to seni­or boss Her­bert Nat­ter the Kro­ne ter­race is the second most beau­tiful in Euro­pe (admit­ting that he couldn’t name the most beau­tiful one). If the sun­ny ter­race pro­ves too hot for com­fort, you’ll always find a seat in our shady gar­den area.
  • Our supre­me­ly cosy chim­ney room for after­noon tea, cof­fee and eit­her a healt­hy bit of fruit or a deca­dent sli­ce of home bak­ing by the open fire.
  • A tho­rough­ly tried and tes­ted sel­ec­tion of board games.
  • A sau­na in the gar­den for a reju­ve­na­ting time out. In all fair­ness pro­ba­b­ly one of the best desi­gned sau­nas far and wide. Come see and try it for yours­elf. And why not ele­va­te the expe­ri­ence to ano­ther level by pre­boo­king a mas­sa­ge in the adja­cent mas­sa­ge room?
  • A table ten­nis room with clim­bing frame, dart board and a wall for bud­ding artists with an urge to express themselves.
  • To-do recom­men­da­ti­ons just for you from your hosts. We know the area like the back of our hand and will send you to places gua­ran­teed to make beau­tiful memories.

For tho­se who can’t sur­vi­ve wit­hout their regu­lar soap fix: no pro­blem. We’ll set up a tele­vi­si­on set in your room free of charge.

And if there‘s any­thing lack­ing to achie­ve holi­day bliss: come chat to us and we’ll try and pro­vi­de the miss­ing pie­ce to your hap­pi­ness puzzle.