A family affair with
a 100-year tradition at a wellness, gourmet and natural therapy resort in the
Nahe wine region. The "Jugendstil" estate with its own park, with
adjoining forests and its historic farm buildings, has sensitively been
renovated to form a haven of wellbeing and is now managed by the fourth
generation of the founding Bolland-Anton family. Within the sandstone-vaulted “Jungborn”, with its stylistic, modern interior, head of
gastronomy Jan Bolland and the ambitious head chefs Jens Fischer and Philipp Helzle provide a
culinary experience to die for. In addition to ayurvedic, thalasso and
vinotherapies, the Asian-style sauna and relaxation suite are also alluring.
The large and small rooms at the Hermannshof are available for conferences and
parties and can accommodate from 2 to 150 guests.
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Philipp Helzle leads the gourmet restaurant Jungborn here, where the young star chef presents his light, contemporary cuisine for particularly demanding gourmets. The team developed a special vital kitchen from fresh, healthy and, if possible, regional products, served in the extraordinary ambience of a light-flooded historic sandstone vault.
The Jungborn is the restaurant for gourmets in BollAnts. A remarkable architecture characterizes this historic fruit and vegetable cellar in an old farm, as it consists of a sandstone vault built at the foot of a mountain. Such spaces are usually always underground in typical wine regions. Here, however, it is located on the plain and also lets in a lot of daylight through the side windows. In this special ambience, the team serves a special vital cuisine that Philipp Helzle develops from fresh, healthy and, if possible, regional products
Wine, wine, wine. It grows almost everywhere in this country: Moselle, Nahe and Ahr, Rheinhessen, Palatinate and Middle Rhine are the best known and most important wine-growing areas in the whole Republic. The small federal state lies almost exclusively on the left bank of the Rhine, i.e. west of the Rhine, and is a popular holiday region with the Westerwald and northern Taunus, the Eifel, the Hunsrück and the Palatinate Forest with their rivers and fertile river valleys. The many castles and palaces also attract numerous tourists every year: Mainz and Trier, Worms and Speyer were cities that were created in Roman times or in the Middle Ages and are therefore old and steeped in history. Idar-Oberstein an der Nahe is world-famous for its gem and semi-precious stone grinding shops and the forested highlands of Rhineland-Palatinate offer ideal hiking areas where you can still meet deer, fox, pheasant and other animals.
5 course surprise menu including a aperitif, a night in a double room & breakfast (Tuesday - Thursday)€538 für 2 Personen
Sit down for an evening of fine dining, and then create your very own dessert with guidance from an expert chef. Start by booking a dinner at one of about 80 JRE—short for Jeunes Restaurateurs—restaurants across Europe, run by an association of young chefs known for using traditional cooking methods to innovate the cuisine of their home countries. After your meal, head behind the scenes to the upscale gastronomy's kitchen, where you'll learn how to prepare a sweet treat.
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