Rottner is a historic traditional guesthouse and modern hotel at the same time. Guests stay here in a prime location and at 4-star level. For enterprises it is a popular conference and event location. In Stefan Rottner's culinary school, culinary fans prepare 4-course menus in small groups, which they then jointly eat. The Gasthaus Rottner has been a family business with passion for many generations - the people who work here live and love what they do.
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|Mercoledì||-||18:00 - 21:30|
|Giovedi||-||18:30 - 21:30|
|Venerdì||-||18:00 - 21:30|
|Sabato||-||18:00 - 21:30|
Valentin Rottner gained experience with Alexander Herrmann in Herrmann's Posthotel, after which he perfected his culinary skills and deepened his knowledge with Johannes King in the Söl'ring Hof (Sylt) and with Alexandro Pape in Fährhaus. Afterwards he cooked for one year in the gourmet restaurant Spatzenhof in Wermelskirchen and in the restaurant of the Schlosshotel Lehrbach. In 2015 Valentin Rottner returned to his home business and became chef here in 2016. In addition to the down-to-earth and very experienced cuisine of his father Stefan Rottner, he offers modern menus. Like his grandfather Konrad Rottner, Valentin Rottner processes a large part of the venison offered in the restaurant for hunting reasons in Iphöfen.
Sommelier: Claudia Rottner
Waidwerk is the gourmet restaurant in the Rottner family business, where Valentin Rottner works as a creative chef. Guests can discover new things under the motto "enjoyment meets tradition and sustainability". The young Rottner loves the forest, nature, hunting and the region. His cuisine is precise, his dishes puristic. "I like it when a carrot tastes like a carrot." The bread is homemade and served warm with homemade butter and bear's garlic cream. All menus are based on fresh regional and seasonal products, which can be enjoyed as a four or six-course menu. And of course vegetarian.
Former kingdom, today a republic: Bavaria offers many reasons to love it: the hearty cuisine, the beer, the good Franconian wine, its dialect, the Bavarian way of life, the beautiful landscape before the Alps... Small walled towns with historic townscapes, such as Rothenburg ob der Tauber, attract visitors to take a city stroll. In Munich one can find the many beer gardens, the Hofbräuhaus or in autumn the Oktoberfest. Other tourist magnets are the university city of Erlangen, the toy city of Nuremberg, the three-river city of Passau, Regensburg, Würzburg, Augsburg, Berchtesgaden and Mittenwald. In Bavaria, mountaineers and mountain hikers, skiers and water sports enthusiasts and many others get their money's worth. And at the highest point of the federal state, the 2963-metre-high Zugspitze, you have a breath-taking view of the high mountains of the Alps under a Bavarian blue sky, the "Kaiserwetter".
5 course menu including a aperitif, a night in a double room "Landhaus" & breakfast (except Saturday)€390 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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|Camera comfort||€96 - €180|
|Camera superior||€121 - €230|
|Suite superior||€151 - €245|