Rooms & suites in the Hideaway of the year 2019

Enjoy modern living and sleeping comfort in classically elegant rooms, junior suites & suites.

Let yourself be captivated by originals from literature and painting in rooms and lobbies. These are decorated with hand-picked antiques, exquisite fabrics and marble bathrooms and offer an open view of the Rotbuchental or the Lindenhof. Sixteen further rooms are being constructed at Hohenhaus, which will be renovated into modern themed suites in the coming months. Original artefacts from various eras are also on display throughout the house. In the corridors, guests can admire the works of the Austrian expressionist Oskar Kokoschka, for example.

Handmade tapestry of the renowned “Manufacture nationale des Gobelins” from the 17th century; works by renowned writers such as Max Tau, Utta Danella, Irene Korschunow, Agatha Christie, Manfred Biehler, Ulrich Wickert and Sigfried Lenz await you in the library. Lenz was an admitted Hohenhaus enthusiast during his lifetime – works such as “Schweigeminute”, “Der Überläufer” and ” Die Nacht im Hotel” were written at the Schlosshotel. For this reason Hohenhaus has furnished Lenz’s favourite rooms with a complete Lenz collection.

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Das herrschaftliche Ensemble, das im 16. Jahrhundert ursprünglich als Rittergut angelegt wurde und damals lediglich aus einem Herrenhaus im Fachwerkstil bestand, liegt hinter einem großen schmiedeeisernen Tor inmitten eines gigantisch angelegten Parks zwischen prächtigen Blutbuchen, Linden und Tulpenbäumen.

Der erste Blick fällt zunächst auf das Schloss, das 1901 nach Plänen des renommierten Architekten Bodo Ebhardt im Stil der Neorenaissance erbaut wurde. Nur wenige Meter südöstlich des Schlosses befindet sich der 1890 erbaute ehemalige Pferdestall mit seiner Kutschenremise. 1990 entstand daraus unter Leitung des Frankfurter Architekten Jochem Jourdan ein komfortables Landhotel, dessen historische Fassade auf einer Seite voll erhalten blieb. Außerdem gehört noch der Gutshof mit Schaf-, Hühner- , Schweine- und Pferdestall zum Ensemble, das von einem rund 1600 Hektar großen hauseigenen Wald- und Wiesengebiet umgeben ist.

The elegant manor house, which was originally built as a manor in the 16th century and at that time consisted only of a half-timbered mansion, is situated behind a large wrought-iron gate in the middle of a gigantic park between magnificent copper beeches, lime trees and tulip trees.

The first thing you see is the castle, which was built in 1901 in the neo-renaissance period according to the plans of the renowned architect Bodo Ebhardt. Only a few metres south-east of the castle is the former horse stable with its carriage shed, built in 1890. In 1990, under the direction of the Frankfurt architect Jochem Jourdan, a comfortable country hotel was created from it, whose historical façade was fully preserved on one side. In addition, the manor house with sheep, chicken, pig and horse stables is part of the ensemble, which is surrounded by 1600 hectares of woods and meadows.

Bees and wild cats, black storks, wild boars, lynx and birds of prey feel at home here, as do all kinds of forest herbs, mushrooms, fruit trees and berry bushes. No surprise, as this is a nature, bird and water conservation area, from which the guests of Hotel Hohenhaus also benefits.

Anyone who thinks that time has stood still here in the middle of pure nature is mistaken. After all, the people behind the scenes could not be more contemporary. What is praised as a “farm to table concept” in large cities such as Berlin, London and New York and is carried out with relatively great effort is part of Hohenhaus’s self-image.
And also social commitment and a great responsibility for the employees are´nt forgotten here – this is shown by awards such as the special prize of the Hessisch Niedersächsische Allgemeine Zeitung for the exemplary trainee work and the social commitment during the training as well as the Social Prize 2018 of the Werra-Meissner-Kreis for the special commitment to family friendliness.