The Büretenhof creates a unique atmosphere with its melding of styles: Black Forest and modern loft. Natural building materials ensure an optimal indoor climate, which is only surpassed by the unique atmosphere of the Black Forest.
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The Büretenhof offers pure relaxation. Forget the hectic everyday life and enjoy the peace and the expanse of unblemished nature in any season, all of which are particularly pronounced here in the Black Forest. The spring awakening with its luscious green, the airy hiking and bathing in summer, the autumn fire of the "Indian Summer" and the enchanting snowy winter. Enjoy the air, the views and the beautiful starry sky at an elevation of 1100 m. And discover the numerous offers in the Black Forest, from a pure pleasure trip to an active sports holiday.
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Our farm combines the charm of a cozy hut with the comfort of a modern large holiday home. Here you can be yourself - no dress code, no preset meal times, no fixed menus and no conventions. A place for hobby cooks, sporty circles of friends, rounds at the large table, which leaves enough room for discussion. Or just cuddle up on the sofa with a book.
And above you only stars
Todtnauberg is located in the southern Black Forest Nature Park with elevations of 1,000 to 1,400 m.
On a clear day, the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau stand on the horizon competing with the silhouette of the Mont Blanc for your favour.
During the restoration we placed great emphasis on the preservation of the original character of a Black Forest farm. The combination of historical elements and contemporary architecture create a warm and calm atmosphere in which time plays no role.
Built in 1780
The Büretenhof was built around 1780. Its essential form goes back to this "original state" and the reconstruction in 1840. The house is a traditional three-story Black Forest farmhouse with residential and commercial sections. The house, with its typical shingle roof extending down near to the ground, is the symbol for the farms of this cultural region. The location in the landscape, the building material of wood and the loving details are the special charm of the area.
Until 2014 the Büretenhof was inhabited by Hubert Rotzinger. In 2015, we took over the property with the intention of restoring it and making it accessible to other people as a holiday home.