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2014 Hermann Antique Show this weekend!

Antique ShowSpring is in bloom and antiques will be on display at the 2014 Hermann Antique Show on Saturday, April 19th at Hermannhof’s Festhalle, Hermann Mill and Hofgarten.  Make plans to travel to Hermann for the Antique Show and mingle through Hermannhof’s different venues to view all the antiques from yesteryear for that day only.  Speak with antique dealers from across the Midwest and find that special treasure you’ve been searching for.  When the day winds down, move across the street for a wine tasting at Hermannhof Winery or if beer is your preference, then stop at Tin Mill Brewery for a tour and sampling of our fine brews.

At the end of the day, tuck yourself into one of our luxury suites at the Inn at Hermannhof or plan to stay for two nights in one of our stone cottages on the hillside behind Hermannhof Winery.  These cottages offer a quaint atmosphere with a view of Hermann that will take your breath away.

Whatever your interests…wine, beer, antiques, or a romantic getaway, Hermannhof has all to offer to you on April 19th.  Call now to book your stay with us and enjoy antiques of yesterday with your loved one or make it a girlfriend’s weekend.  Whatever the occasion, we look forward to pampering you!

As Dr. Seuss said in his famous book, Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Visit Hermann MO“You have brains in your head.  You have feet in your shoes.  You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  You’re on your own.  And you know what you know.  And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”

While walking through the streets of Hermann, MO this spring, all you have to do is look upward to the corner signs that were recently installed to make your “steering” of Hermann much easier.  The city just finished a big signage project that provides visitors with where and how to navigate to your desired locations.  Come to Hermann and stay at one of our luxury suites at our Hermann, MO bed and breakfast and walk outside to begin your tour of Hermann.  Stop at the Tin Mill Brewery for a beer sampling or meander down the street to Hermannhof Winery for a nice afternoon treat!

Wherever you go in Hermann, MO, just look upward at the signs for “YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go.”

Tour of Hermann this Spring!

The Inn at HermannhofSpring is in the air and cyclists will be flocking to Hermann, MO for the Tour of Hermann Gravel Event the first weekend in April (5th and 6th.)

Whether you are an avid cyclist or perhaps an eager spectator, come and see these athletes tackle the challenge of five courses that total more than 200 miles winding through the beautiful countryside around Hermann.

If this sounds like more activity than you care, book a luxurious hillside cottage at the Inn at Hermannhof and sit on the patio and be an observer of nature.  Watch the birds migrate north as the Missouri River flows, see the grass green before your eyes, or meander through the streets of Hermann to discover a world of opportunities.  Don’t forget to stop to sample some spirits at Hermannhof Winery or the Tin Mill Brewery before retiring to your private room.

Whatever your interests, Hermann has it to offer.  Come and stay with us at the Inn at Hermannhof!

Best of the Wurst

WurstfestHermann, Missouri doesn’t gain the name – the “Best of the Wurst” – for no reason.  Every year, the 4th weekend in March becomes the sausage making capital of the U.S., with gourmet sausage sampling and competitions between amateur and seasoned sausage makers alike.

Book your luxury suite at the Inn at Hermannhof or tuck into a hillside cottage overlooking Hermann so you are amidst the German festivities.  Take a stroll through the historic Festhalle, the beautiful Hofgarten and the Mill to be immersed in the German music and dancing as well as numerous displays of antique sausage-and-wine-making equipment.  Stop to taste the delicious sausage and learn the fine art of sausage making from award-winning sausage makers.

Travel across town and stop for a museum tour or visit Hermannhof Winery and the Tin Mill Brewery for samples of our award-winning wines and beer.  Before you end your weekend, make sure to stop on Sunday at the Hermann Fire Department to enjoy a whole-hog sausage breakfast and top the visit off with a trip to the City Park for the annual Wiener Dog Derby.

Your visit to the Inn at Hermannhof and the 35th Annual Wurstfest will be a weekend of sausage discovery and some of the “wurst” fun you’ve ever had.

The Inn at Hermannhof – Berger Grass Cottage

The Inn at HermannhofThe Inn at Hermannhof The Berger Grass Cottage is one of six Hermannhof historical cottages.  It was built circa 1850 by Anton Grass, a successful farmer who emigrated from Switzerland.  It served as an actual working haus winery in the 1800’s.  According to the 1860 census; Mr. Grass produced 220 gallons of wine and employed a hired hand as a wine dresser.  His estate listed 2,050 pounds of grapes among his assets in 1880.

In 2007, this house was purchased and meticulously disassembled, marking individual stones at the corners of the house and at window and door openings to ensure a thoughtful reconstruction.  It was then carefully relocated from its original site of five Berger Grass Hausmiles south of Frene Creek Road to its new location on East Hill across from the Festhalle.  The house was rebuilt and restored to truly capture the character and appeal of the 1800’s.  Beautiful interior mahogany doors feature raised diamond panels in the German Biedermeier tradition.

To this day you can see the markings still exist on the stone of the cottage (pictured).  Come experience The Inn at Hermannhof at its best by staying in one of the four Berger Grass Cottage Guest Rooms.

 

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