Historical building

Fürstenhäusle Meersburg

Stettener Straße 11,  88709 Meersburg

Hidden between vines, the Fürstenhäusle lies on a hill above the old town of Meersburg. The jewel built around 1600, was for many years the creative retreat of the poet Annette von Droste-Hülshoff. Even today, the Biedermeier furniture and the audio and media stations give a lively insight into their lives and social environment.

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With a breathtaking view, the garden and terrace invite the visitor to linger: from there, the view sweeps over the Meersburg upper town with the baroque residence of the prince-bishops to Lake Constance and up to the peaks of the Alpine chain. Annette von Droste-Hülshoff already enthused about this: "The view is almost too beautiful, d. H. to enliven me, what the near and boundless, as far as the view is concerned, "the famous poet wrote enthusiastically to her friend Elise Rüdiger.
Visits: Garden and terrace is always freely accessible. Visiting the house during opening hours
Guided tours: Guided tour "The Droste and her Fürstenhäusle" during the summer season every day at 2 pm.


Special feature: Shop, WC: toilets available

Dogs: Allowed on a leash in the garden; in Fürstenhäusle itself no dogs are allowed.

Accommodation: In the old town of Meersburg

Dining options: Café

Opening hours:
01. April to 03. November 2019: daily 10.00-17.00 o'clock


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