Proximity to Munich
Oberaudorf is located in the empire near Rosenheim on the border with Austria. As a MICE location, the location benefits from being just an hour away from Munich. The Wolff family has been running the "Flair Hotel" Bayerischer Hof, a country inn built in 1993, since 1953. Since 2003 the hotel has been part of the cooperation of the Flair Hotels.
With 14 rooms the hotel is quite small, but the rooms are lovingly and comfortably furnished and very cheaply: From 42 euro costs here per person one night with breakfast - Toilet and shower are available in the room.
Unfortunately no own meeting room
As a meeting room, the premises of Wolf's restaurant can be used - tiled stove included. Beamer and screen are available, other required technology such as flipchart or laptop can host Bernhard Wolf get - for a surcharge, of course.
Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel. For this purpose, he places his rooms at his disposal free of charge if consumed accordingly. There is also the possibility to negotiate individual group rates for the half-board.
Groups: Up to one year advance booking required
In any case, says Wolff, it is important that the groups request a year or a half years in advance. During the week it is generally easier than at the weekend, in July, August or September much more difficult than, for example, in April to get enough seats for a group.
One advantage of the Bayrischer Hof is that a group can book the whole hotel for themselves - if you book in time, even in the main season, which would be unthinkable in many other hotels. Ergo-Versicherung recently made use of this option for its regional conference and, according to the landlord, comfortably “spread the whole house”.
If the Bayrische Hof is too small, the slightly more expensive hotel Keindl with two seminar rooms, the hayloft of 150 and the living tree of 80 square meters is recommended in the immediate vicinity.
From the dream ship cook to the hotel owner
The really outstanding at the Bayrischer Hof is however the kitchen. Bernhard Wolff worked on the TV dream ship MS-Berlin and was responsible for events up to 1500 persons at the Grandhotel in Stockholm. Today he offers his guests mainly a ground-baked Bavarian cuisine.
Even if you don't necessarily associate this with Bavarian food, it also places emphasis on health. Above all, Wolff pays great attention to the use of regional and fresh ingredients - which, he says, are better than the “Bio” label.
These include, for example, freshly collected herbs or mushrooms, the marmalade for breakfast Wolff himself cooked with fruits in his mother's garden. For those who are interested, the landlord organizes herbology seminars in the garden. And on the Schweinsteiger-Alm, you can learn from close proximity to experience farmers how the production of regional products works.
In addition to the usual Bavarian specialties such as game, bread dumplings or sausages, the menu in Wolff's restaurant also includes fresh salads, fish, carpaccio, soups - and a vegetarian vitality menu. On request, the chef also likes to adapt to certain dietary requirements.
Igloo construction as a teambuilding measure
Groups that want to be physically active in addition to the meeting and would like to carry out team-building activities have various options in Oberaudorf. The Bayrische Hof organizes on request various sports activities such as cycling or cross-country skiing.
Mayor Hubert Wildgruber is a self-trained mountain hiking guide who personally shows you how to walk in snow shoes or build an igloo, where you can even stay overnight.
The longest floodlit track in Germany
Oberaudorf is waiting for you with one of the longest floodlit slopes in Germany and an 3km long, TÜV-tested floodlit toboggan run, both have opened in the evening until 21. The Hocheck ski school offers tobogganing lessons.
There is a forest ropes course, a summer toboggan run and winter canyoning. Also Wellness is possible, for example, massages in the aruna center for Ayurveda in Bad Feilnbach or a Erdsauna in Innsola in the neighboring Kiefersfelden!
Silence seminars in the monastery
But a real treasure in Oberaudorf is the monastery of Reisach, a monastery of the Discalced Carmelites in the municipality of Oberaudorf, which is currently being extensively renovated and equipped with guest cells. In the future anti-stress and silence seminars for stressed professional activities will take place there.
The monastery was founded by Johann Georg Messerer, a prince-Bavarian court chamber council under the name Kloster Urfahrn, and 1731 was dissolved in the course of secularization. It was determined to be the central solder of the remaining canceled Carmelite resolutions. 1802 / 1836 it was rebuilt under the name of Kloster Reisach. Today five monks still live here. Outstanding for me was the library. The oldest available book that you can even touch is from 37.
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