Our favorite place on the lake for a little escape from the city!
Why drive far away? The beautiful guest house is just around the corner! A short break with the family doesn’t need long ways. After a short drive from Munich, you reach Grundlers am Wörthsee and land in the perfect retreat for pure relaxation!
We love passionate hosts with heart and soul. This is exactly the case with Grundlers guest house and every guest, no matter how small or large, can feel it immediately. With their modern house, Christina and Paul Grundler have created a place where they would love to go on vacation themselves.
For the relaxed design with a nice mix of old and new, they could easily win a design award. The former farmhouse was extensively renovated and redesigned into 10 spacious boutique-style holiday quarters last year. With an ambitious team of architects from South Tyrol, the best was brought out of the house hand in hand with the owners. Each of the quarters got its very own character, calm colors and harmonious shapes.
What we particularly like is the heart of the guest house! The Meet & Eat, a common room on the ground floor, is the central place for guests. They cook together, have extensive breakfasts or exchange ideas with other guests on the long table in a family atmosphere. Each quarter has its own hob, fridge and pantry. What a brilliant concept! Basics like pasta and organic tomato sauce can also be taken straight from the shelf.
“We will come back here soon!” or “Can we move in here?” are sentences we heard from our children over and over again. They were completely in love with the small craft room where Christina offers art courses, the cozy loft bed in our quarters, the currant bushes in the garden for a little snack during a break from trampoline hopping and the colorful “Eisdealer” ice cream van that passes by the Grundlers.
You can already tell that this is the right place for you as a family! In our blog post family day at Wörthsee we some inspiration to share with you on what to do with your kids on Wörthsee.