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Hotel Gaststätte Rainhof Scheune

Germany, Black Forest, Kirchzarten

Hotel / Spa 2 apartments 14 rooms

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Kuno von Falkenstein, who is buried in the parish church of St. Gallus in Kirchzarten, is said to have asked his wife Ida to remain loyal to him for 7 years while he took part in the crusades. If he is not back then, may she consider him dead. He split the wedding ring in two with his sword and handed one half to his wife. After a long time the devil appeared to him and mocked that tomorrow the time would be over and Ida would marry someone else. But he would carry him home in time in the form of a lion if Kuno stayed awake; if he falls asleep, he belongs to the devil. On the way Kuno became very tired, but a large hawk brushed over him and chased away sleep. Early in the morning the devil dropped Kuno at the inn, which is now called "Gasthaus Fortuna". When he saw that the knight was awake, he furiously grabbed a stone and threw it, but the stone crashed into a corner of the house. Then the wedding procession passed on the way to the Gallus Church. Kuno disguised as he asked for a sip of the welcome drink. Ida handed him the goblet, Kuno drank and let his ring half slide into it. Ida noticed this, added hers, and the two halves closed in a ring as if they had never been apart. Ida was delighted with her husband who had returned and led him to the church to seal her covenant again. The Devil's Stone, which Kuno narrowly escaped, is still on the corner of the inn ...

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As a family-run hotel, we have been welcoming guests to the Rainhof Scheune since May 2010. In the spring of 2013 the wellness area and 5 more rooms were added, in the summer of 2016 the step was made to the nature park house (restaurant and barn) to support our homeland even more. The Rainhof with its inn and barn as well as the preserved mill looks back on a long history and was built in 1790. Since then, the building has been renovated and expanded to meet the requirements of listed buildings in order to preserve the historical character and the old structure. Thus, even today, our guests can enjoy our mix of rustic-historical building with modern and varied interior design.

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16 different rooms to choose from, including 2 suites
16 different rooms to choose from, including 2 suites
Wellness area with sauna, steam bath, wooden tub, massages
Wellness area with sauna, steam bath, wooden tub, massages
Dogs are welcome at an additional cost
Dogs are welcome at an additional cost
Idyllic location in the middle of the Dreisamtal in the Black Forest
Idyllic location in the middle of the Dreisamtal in the Black Forest
The in-house restaurant offers breakfast up to full board
The in-house restaurant offers breakfast up to full board
Many programs possible for the whole family
Many programs possible for the whole family

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Welcome to the Rainhof Scheune hotel and restaurant, which combines tradition with modernity. The Rainhof with inn and barn as well as the preserved mill was built as early as 1790. It was on the most important historical route from France to Austria and is said to have served as a transformer station for the carriages before the route through the Höllental. With its approx. 2000 square meters, the barn - very well preserved in its historical substance - is one of the largest of its kind in southern Baden. The building and the protected rooms were renovated and expanded in accordance with the preservation of historical monuments, the historical character and the old structure of the barn were largely preserved. The rooms have been furnished with old and new elements to build a bridge between the past and the present. Since then, 14 themed rooms await you in our house, as well as two spacious suites and a wellness area with a fantastic view of the Black Forest. Brief descriptions of the individual rooms can be found under "Bookable objects", so here only this much: from playful to sporty, traditional, even poetic to family-friendly, rustic, luxurious and romantic, everything is included. If you are planning your stay as a self-caterer, you should opt for one of the two suites, as they each offer a small kitchenette or coffee / tea maker. Solo travelers are also welcome, because the double rooms can of course also be booked as single rooms. In the attic of the house you will find the wellness area (more information below), on the other side our large threshing floor. These can be rented from us for all kinds of celebrations. The room is technically well equipped and underlines the charm of the Rainhof barn with its impressive architecture and the fully glazed barn door. Our sun terrace is located by the small library on the first floor (more information below). Especially in the mornings & amp; Relax in the sun on our deckchairs at lunchtime or have a small snack. In May 2010 a gastronomy opened on the ground floor, our certified nature park restaurant with terrace and garden restaurant, which is open for you every day from 7.30 a.m. We also have a 450 square meter "market barn" with regionally manufactured designer furniture and feel-good products from regional producers, as well as a bookstore with home accessories, in the adjoining room of which readings, exhibitions and cultural events take place on a regular basis. An extraordinary piece of craftsmanship can also be admired in the market barn: an entire room made of silver fir wood. The creation of this timelessly beautiful object was made possible through the cooperation of 12 different craft businesses from the region. In the silver fir room, the advantages of living with this material can be experienced with all the senses.

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As nature park hosts, we not only point out the special features of the southern Black Forest by using regional products, but also specifically support the local farmers. Because they maintain the varied diversity and uniqueness of the landscape with the management of the areas. For us it is of course seasonal & amp; To cook regionally and not to use any artificial flavor enhancers or "powders". Our nature park restaurant is open daily from 7:30 a.m. We offer fresh cuisine with regional ingredients from early morning to evening: the day starts with a varied breakfast (7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.), from 12 p.m. we pamper you with the classic menu, which includes salads, schnitzel or hash browns , but also the "Rainhof burger" with local beef and regional gourmet dishes. The range is complemented by regional and European wines. However, if you want to eat out, we can recommend a few restaurants here in Kirchzarten. For example, the Schlegelhof in a modern, rural style with a great view of the beautiful landscape and, during the warmer seasons, on the veranda or in the natural garden. With the compiled menus, the Baden traditional dishes - such as roast guinea fowl breast with chanterelle risotto - and fine dining - such as lamb carré with artichoke and spinach risotto - are interpreted in a contemporary way and created anew every day. The pilgrim restaurant St. Laurentius is located on the Giersberg and offers a view of the Dreisamtal. It offers soups, poultry, game, vegetarian and some regional specialties as well as meat salads called "Vespers". There are also regularly changing menus and wines from the region. With its French ambience, the Très Jolie restaurant combines Baden and Mediterranean gastronomy. Fresh and unusual cuisine is the focus there, in addition to the "Gnocchi Jolie", special soups and delicious salads, there is also the pinsa - an archetype of pizza from ancient Rome - in creative variations. Various cocktail creations are also waiting at the bar.

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Breakfast for an extra fee (14 EUR)
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Full board for an extra fee (44 EUR)
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We recommend nearby restaurants

Schlegelhof (2 km)
Pilgergaststätte St.Laurentius auf dem Giersberg (3,5 km)
Restaurant Très Jolie (3,1 km)

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Bioladen (0,5 km)
Bio- und Reform-Lebensmittel im Bioladen im Dreisamtal (3,3 km)
Bio-Aromatherapie-Öle von Your Scent, IMIKO Naturkosmetik, Haar- und Körperseifen aus Eselmilch & naturbelassene Schaffelle von Nomad und naturreine Schafwolle vom Steinbrunnenhof in unserer Marktscheune (0 km)

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Edeka Barwig (3,5 km)
Aldi Süd (2,4 km)
Supermarkt Beckesepp (3,2 km)

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Our hotel offers its own wellness area, so you can relax inside the hotel, but not get bored. In our wellness area on the top floor of the house, a breathtaking space awaits you, in which you can enjoy the view of the loungers through the Black Forest panorama window and spend cozy hours in front of the fireplace. The loft-like cut rooms invite you to linger, here you forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life and can relax. In the separate sauna area you will find a sauna with a light gable, a steam bath, a wooden tub and various showers. The wellness experience is complemented by massages and cosmetics by Anneka Stauder. Spiritual nourishment and a quiet place to browse undisturbed can be found in the "Bookstore in the Rainhof Scheune". Sometimes events such as readings, literary meetings or reading festivals for children take place here. In addition to books, our shop also has beautiful furniture and accessories for indoors and outdoors But if you want to have the bookstore all to yourself, you can let yourself be locked in - that's right: after making an appointment, we will lock you up in the bookstore for a "late harvest" after work - of course not without a bottle of Prosecco and to have nibbles available - and at 10 p.m. we open up and let you go into the night enriched with literature. On the ground floor of the Rainhof Scheune, you can find the first Marktscheune nature park in the southern Black Forest since July 2016. This offers many young, creative manufacturers in the region an ideal platform to present their products and celebrate the culinary culture of the southern Black Forest. So you can try some of the products on offer in the adjoining bistro. When you have relaxed enough and gathered energy, you can also explore the surrounding area, for example while collecting porcini mushrooms in the Engenwald, on the sporty hike to the Hinterwaldkopf summit with Nordic walking trainer Anke Faller, on the two nearby jogging and Nordic walking laps, or on one our bikes. We have two e-bikes and two "normal" bikes. If you stay in a Velo or Black Forest room, these are included in the room rate. If the rooms are not occupied or the bikes are not used by their residents, other guests can also have them. Otherwise we can book some for you through the company Wunderle (Tel. +49 7661 93 44 55). An unconventional way to explore Freiburg or the Dreisamtal is with a Segway. The guided tours also start from the Rainhof barn. We are happy to take care of you with flyers and travel guides with directions for tours in the area. There are also some offers for other guided hikes - a highlight is the llama trekking with a llama from the quiet farm of the Maier family in Dietenbach - or bike tours. Just talk to us about it ! In winter, snow-covered forests and peaks, powder snow on slopes and cross-country trails as well as unique views await you here in the Dreisamtal. There are opportunities for skiing, snowshoeing, winter hiking, starry sky or floodlit skiing and après-ski. The Schauinsland mountain station, for example, can be easily reached by toboggan lift at the Flammhof in Hofsgrund. For skiers and snowboarders we recommend the slopes in Hofsgrund, Notschrei and on the Feldberg, for cross-country skiers the Nordic Center Notschrei, the Haldenloipe and the Thurnerspur, which is considered to be the most beautiful cross-country ski run in Germany. If you don't have your own equipment, we can also recommend renting snowshoes, skis and boards. In our parish of Kirchzarten, on the Hofgut Himmelreich, there is the Jakobus chapel, which was probably built before 1500 and is located on the Way of St. James. In addition, the new town hall is housed in the Talvogtei, a former moated castle of the Freiburg bailiffs from the 17th century. Further parts of the administration, a citizens' hall and a modern media library are housed in the neighboring historic barns. More famous, however, is the parish church of St. Gallus, where Kuno von Falkenstein, the former lord of Kirchzarten, has been buried since the 14th century. At the Fortuna inn, a wooden plate and a bricked-in stone reminds us that the devil himself threw a stone at Kuno, but is said to have missed it. The city of Freiburg is not far from us and offers many sights. In the historic old town are the Münster, the symbol of Freiburg, the southeast corner of the Münsterplatz with its historical department store, the Wentzingerhaus, the Alte Münsterbauhütte - the oldest preserved building in the old town with a timber frame - and the Alte Wache as well as the two medieval city gates, Martinstor and Schwabentor . Between the western edge of the old town and the main train station there are also interesting buildings from different eras, such as the so-called Colombischlössle, which today houses the city's archaeological museum. In the square of the Old Synagogue, residents meet on summer nights in a Mediterranean atmosphere. The Schauinsland is the “local mountain” of the city; the show mine located in it gives an insight into ore mining, which was carried out here from the Middle Ages until the middle of the 20th century. The Freiburg Botanical Garden was founded in 1620, making it one of the first in Germany. On an area of 1.5 hectares, the living flora contains a total of 5,000 plant species, which are divided into 21 departments and 3 greenhouses with different biotopes. The Seepark in the district of Betzenhausen is the former site of the state horticultural show in 1986. It consists of a total of around 35 hectares of local recreation area with an approximately 10 hectare artificial lake, the Flückigersee. In the north-east is the 15-meter-high lake park tower, in the west a 3600 square meter Japanese garden, and on the south-western shore of the lake there are temples. Last but not least, the Schlossberg is a 460 meter high, now mostly forested mountain in the urban area of Freiburg, directly accessible on foot from the old town. From the Schlossberg tower you have a panoramic view of all parts of the city and its surroundings. Also on the local vineyards, which whet the appetite for a Baden drop. And in bad weather there is the Keidel Mineral Thermal Bath, which offers a wellness area of over 6,000 square meters with sauna, fitness and various therapies as well as thermal, adventure, outdoor and swimmer pools.

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For those who want relaxation

Forest paths (0,3 km)

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Massages (on request)
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Ski lift (12 km)
Cross-country ski trail (12 km)
Horse riding (2 km)
Golf course (8 km)
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Ausstellungen in der Galerie des Kunstverein Kirchzarten (2,6 km)

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Jakobuskapelle in Himmelreich, Talvogtei und Pfarrkirche St. Gallus in Kirchzarten (3,4 km)
Münster, Alte Münsterbauhütte, mittelalterliche Stadttore, Colombischlössle, Schaubergwerk, Botanischer Garten, Seepark und Schlossberg in Freiburg (15 km)

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As a family-run hotel, we have of course also thought of our younger guests. That's why we have a children's corner or children's books and board games so that the youngsters can also find entertainment in the hotel. Those who prefer a program in the fresh air can, for example, have a picnic by the stream directly behind the Rainhof barn. The Rotbach playground is located directly on the Höllenbach, in which the children can sit thanks to the round pebbles. The older ones like to play on the other side of the playground with a lot of green space or have fun on the adjacent football and basketball court. Meanwhile, parents can enjoy one of the numerous shady spots in nature equipped with a picnic basket and blanket. Also here in Kirchzarten you will find the Dreisambad, a large modern outdoor pool with three different pools plus a baby pool. It is open from mid-May to mid-September from 9 a.m. And in winter, the above-mentioned snow fun in the area is also waiting for the younger visitors! Since we are also nature park hosts, we would also like to bring the children closer to the nature and landscape of the area and recommend some activities in this direction. Maybe the children want to take part in one of the sporty or (guided) bike or Segway tours mentioned above? We recommend excursion destinations especially for younger guests, such as the Baldenwegerhof farm, which is open to young and old visitors every day. Here you get a direct insight into the operation, animal husbandry, as well as vegetable and field cultivation. Touching is allowed, so the big hit is: grooming pigs! Another, smaller zoo is the Steinwasen Park, in which the 2.9-kilometer toboggan run plays the main role. There are also several driving attractions such as glacier lightning, coaster or toboggan run and a large adventure playground with a rope bridge at a height of 30 meters and, most recently, virtual reality glasses on some railways. The park is open from April through October. You can also toboggan on the Hasenhorn toboggan run. Here you can first comfortably take the chairlift up the mountain, then downhill the 2.9 kilometer stretch with the coaster. Depending on the weather, the toboggan run is open on weekends from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Horse fans from 3 years of age can ride on the Erlenhof on Tuesdays and Thursdays without prior notice at 5 p.m. (30 minutes 20 euros, 60 minutes 33 euros per pony). Guided rides are available by appointment: Family Zipfel Tel. +49 7661 4828. There are also guided tours from the Haus der Natur on the Feldberg, where many different activities take place in every season, such as "Trapper or Ranger Badge", "On the way with the forester", "Animals under the microscope". We recommend that you secure your appointment at an early stage: Tel. +49 7676 933630. When the weather is bad, you can visit the Badeparadies Schwarzwald, a large swimming pool with different areas for young and old. The bathroom consists of the three areas of the palm oasis (200 real palm trees, integrated cocktail bar in the pool, heated loungers, a steam bath and transparent roof, access from 16 years of age), Palais Vital (textile-free area, saunas, various pools, a steam bath, pool bars, a restaurant , Admission from 16 years) and Galaxy (wave pool, sports pool, large slide landscape with 23 water slides, extension with palm trees as a family relaxation area, gastronomy). Galaxy is open during the week from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m., on weekends from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. There is no age limit in this area and infants aged 3 and under are free. The second most visited amusement park in Europe and the most visited seasonal amusement park in the world, Europa-Park in Rust continues to grow and surprises with new attractions that not only make children's hearts beat faster. Over 100 rides and several shows are offered in 18 themed areas on a total area of around 950,000 square meters. The park, about 40 minutes away by car, is sometimes very busy, sometimes long queues form at the motorway exit. A little closer, 35 minutes by car from us, is the Waldkirch treetop path, on which you can encounter the Black Forest at eye level. The path leads into the fascinating world of the mighty treetops of the mountains. You can observe the flora and fauna of the species-rich treetops up close and you are also rewarded with breathtaking views of the Rhine Valley with the Kaiserstuhl and the Vosges. A sensory path, an adventure path, a barefoot path, a tree house with a children's slide and a giant tube slide also offer the opportunity to expand this excursion into a full-day family program. After the demanding ascent, the highlight is the descent - because you can slide it down on the giant slide. And of course the nearby city of Freiburg also offers programs for children. If you want to know how many stars are in the sky or want to find out interesting facts about planets, the solar system, galaxies and nebulae as well as the Milky Way, you should visit the Freiburg Planetarium. On the large dome of the planetarium, the constellations are projected true to life, so you get grandiose insights into distant galaxies. The Freiburg Planetarium has a children's program four times a week from 3 p.m. and is aimed at different age groups from 5 years and up. You can also encounter animals in the Mundenhof, Freiburg's alternative to a "zoo": an animal-nature adventure park. The animals are kept here in the spacious outdoor area, and there is also a large playground at the petting zoo. There is also a small aquarium The Mundenhof is open daily and admission is free. The maize field labyrinth at the entrance to Opfingen is great fun and a great opportunity to let off steam: here is a 3 hectare maze made of hemp, in which you can really romp around, play hide-and-seek and get lost. Although everyone has found out so far ;-) In the low season only open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. At Freiburg's Waldsee there is a restaurant with a terrace and also a boat rental. You can sail across the lake with your children on colorful pedal boats and rowboats, race or just let yourself drift and enjoy the famous blue Freiburg sky.

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Attractions for children in the area

Europa-Park in Rust (40 km)
Rotbach Spielplatz (0,9 km)
Steinwasen-Park in Oberried (12 km)
Bauernhof Baldenwegerhof in Stegen (4,7 km)
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Our address: Höllentalstr. 96, Kirchzarten, Black Forest, Germany

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From all directions you drive via the A5 or A81 onto the B31 federal road (from the A5 connection near Freiburg, from the A81 near Geisingen). Kirchzarten is located directly on the B31 and near Titisee-Neustadt, take the exit towards St. Märgen / Buchenbach / Burg, and after about 200 meters you are in the hotel's car park.

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Bus: Bahnhof Himmelreich Ostseite/Westseite (0,7 km)

The east side of Himmelreich station is served by bus line 221 a total of seven times a day, approximately every 1-2 hours; the west side of the station from the 222 bus only four times a day. From the train station you walk on the path parallel to the rails about 200 meters north to Höllentalstraße, cross it and stay on the pedestrian path that runs parallel to the street. After about 300 meters, house number 96 is on the left.

Train: Bahnhof Himmelreich (0,7 km)

The station Himmelreich is served by the S-Bahn lines S1, S10 and S11 alternately every 30 minutes. From the train station you walk on the path parallel to the rails about 200 meters north to Höllentalstraße, cross it and stay on the pedestrian path that runs parallel to the street. After about 300 meters, house number 96 is on the left.

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