Nice to have you here
In our Homerie, our house for guests, there is a lot of love, energy and time: my family and I have brought the old log cabin in Rosenberg back to life in 2020 with a lot of professional support.
With its location directly opposite the picturesque Johanniskirche and the view of the tower of the venerable Maxhütte – the symbol of ore mining in Sulzbach-Rosenberg – the Homerie is surrounded by a lot of history – and of course it can also tell a lot of stories.
We have made every effort to preserve this historical charm while constantly thinking about sustainability and the environment. From flooring to heating technology, from real wood furniture to climate-neutral linen and soap-dispensing systems and largely dispensing with plastic, we have tried in every possible way to do something good for the environment and the health of our guests. This is underlined with the seal of “sustainable host”. So that everyone can relax with us without any worries.
In short, we have tried to include everything that is important to us personally. The most important thing: as passionate hosts, it is a real concern of ours that people feel at home with us.
We are looking forward to a good cooperation with:
Cafè – Confectionery Fischer
Rental Linen Greif
We say thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the professional and energetic support during the construction period and commissioning. In particular a heartfelt thank you to:
Biokonstrukt GmbH Stefan Thar with Roman & Team
Sanitary & Heating Manfred Steger & Team
Master painter Thomas Stubenvoll & Team
Electrical assembly Mike Schulz & Team
Girnus tiles and interior design
Nursery flowers Pürzer
TEKA Sulzbach GmbH Television & Electronics
Key-Card, Helmut Koch
Karin Meidenbauer, Website
Daniel Kapulla, Graphics
Thilo Hierstetter, Photo Studio GmbH
… for the patience of all neighbors during the construction phase!