Grundbauernhof - Schuttertal

(Recommended by Ben)

Grundbauernhof
Stephan and Martina Maier
Laulisgraben 7
77978
Schuttertal
Tel - 7823/2135 ~ Fax - 7823/9609645
Email -
maier-stephan@web.de
Rooms or Apartments, private shower/toilet, TV
Cows, horses, ponys, chickens, rabbits, ducks, cats, dog

(Ben) ...Heading west today via the north shore of the Bodensee with next destination being the Schuttertal in the Black Forest...

Map to Grundbauernhof

This farm is owned and operated by the wonderful Maier family. Stephan speaks some English and both he and his wife Martina are exceptionally nice and friendly.

This apartment has a single room and a double room, a kitchen with a stocked refrigerator and living room with TV and stereo system.

Living room with TV and Stereo system - balcony access

Kitchenette with stocked fridge...

Kitchenette

Living room...

The comfortable living room opens out onto a large balcony with a nice view of the valley.

Grundbauernhof - Schuttertal

This must be the place...

View from balcony

For dinner I recommend an old favorite in Schuttertal - the Gasthaus Schutterblick - for Kalbschnitzel and excellent Käsespätzle.

Next Day

First stop - the Vogtsbauernhof. What better way to start off a day than searching thru old farmhouses and refreshing your appreciation of how tough life was for previous generations of farmers in this region.

The original Vogtsbauernhof - built in 1612 at this location

The Falkenhof built in 1737

No TV - no radio - no internet - how did they ever do it...

Back of Vogtsbauernhof

Repairing/restoring thatch roof

Hippenseppenhof built in 1599 - brought from Furtwangen

From there to the Wolfach area and a short tour of the Dorotheenhütte glass blowing factory.

Dorotheenhütte - Wolfach

The art of blowing glass...

Just one of the many display rooms of hand blown ornaments...

Near Wolfach...

Wolfach and the surrounding region are full of great looking houses and farms...

Haus in the Kinzigtal near Wolfach

Then it was on to the beautiful old village of Gengenbach with it's many half-timbered houses and cobblestoned streets. I always enjoy walking the Altstadt here and browsing the little shops.

Center of Altstadt with Haigeracher Torturm in background

Gengenbach's town hall - built in 1784

Marktplatz of Altstadt