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castles and abbeys

Waldenburg Castle

Enjoy the airy view over the battlements from Waldenburg Castle, which was almost totally destroyed during World War II and has been restored true to original. There is a seal museum on the ground floor.
Distance from the Schlosshotel: 18 km

Götzenburg Jagsthausen

Mighty entrance gates, well-fortified turrets, lovingly decorated rooms and ancient walls characterise the former ancestral seat of Götz von Berlichingen. Here the story of the famous knight with the “iron fist“ comes alive.
Distance from the Schlosshotel: 20 km

Neuenstein Castle (moated castle)

Permanent residence of the Prince of Hohenlohe-Öhringen, dating back to the Renaissance. The castle museum offers a perfect overview over art and history of Hohenlohe and Franconia.
Distance from the Schlosshotel: 19 km

Langenburg Castle

Powerful castle complex from the Renaissance period with a baroque garden dating back to the 12th century. Residence of the princely family Hohenlohe-Langenburg.
Distance from the Schosshotel: 20 km

Schöntal Monastery

Schöntal Monastery is situated on the banks of the river Jagst. It is a former Cistercian abbey from the 12th century with an artistic Baroque church with notable ceiling frescoes and stucco works. Götz von Berlichingen is buried in the Eastern wing of the cloister.
Distance from the Schlosshotel: 20 km

Grosscomburg Monastery

Grosscomburg Monastery can be seen from far away: It is situated on a hill over the Kocher valley near Schwäbisch Hall. The Monastery is over 900 years old – and unites the impression of a defensive fortress with one of an impressive church. The museum exhibits treasures from Romanesque times like the famous wheel chandelier and the gold-plated antependium.
Distance from the Schlosshotel: 30 km

Torwächterhaus Ingelfingen (Gatekeeper House)

The history of the gatekeeper house in Ingelfingen dates back to the year 1720. It was demolished twice and rebuilt in 1835. The tower clockwork is presumably much older, probably from of the older gatekeeper houses. On the ground floor there was a wooden chamber and a small prison room that could be heated. On the first floor there was a heated sitting room, a chamber and the kitchen.
2008 Fritz Müller, founder of GEMUE and owner of the Schlosshotel, buys the gatekeeper house and has it renovated from bottom to top.
Today the Torwächterhaus with its original plastered half timber is a cultural monument and hosts a permanent exhibition.
Distance from the Schlosshotel: ca. 500 m

The Limes

The Limes crosses Hohenlohe from Schöntal to Mainhardt and in some places, meticulous reconstructions can be visited. In this area, the Limes with a length of 550 km, about 900 watch towers and 120 forts was built to form a border against Germanic tribes about 1700 years ago. In the summer of 2005, this impressive and largest ground monument in Central Europe was registered in the list of world cultural heritage of UNESCO. Nearby the Schlosshotel you can find:

  • Roman Bath in Jagsthausen
    Distance from the Schlosshotel: 20 km
  • Hexagonal tower in Gleichen
    Distance from the Schlosshotel: 29 km
  • Watch tower near Sindringen, Schießhof
    Distance from the Schlosshotel: 17 km