The SCHWANEN has an eventful history behind it! When I see the old photos of this typical country inn with agriculture, I wish to have exactly that again. In the meantime it was not so sparkling. In the 1960s, the house became a rustic solid construction, which had nothing to do with the tradition of Bizau, neither from the design nor from the materials.
When my parents embarked on the necessary renovation in 2009, we had the chance to reinterpret the hotel with our house architect Hermann Kaufmann and to reintegrate it into the language of the place, as he very aptly puts it. The design is deliberately restrained and dominated by calm surfaces of natural, nobly finished silver fir as well as beds and floors of oiled oak. I feel really comfortable in the SCHWANEN and am looking forward to developing this project further.