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Restaurant & Hotel Wismar

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Always follow your nose: When the fresh sea breeze from the nearby Baltic Sea mixes with the scent of culinary delights from the sea or from the fields and meadows of Mecklenburg Vorpommern, then you know you have arrived - in the Hanseatic city of Wismar.

The location on the shores of the Baltic Sea

Our restaurant & hotel is located in the historic old town of the Hanseatic city of Wismar. The immediate vicinity to the sights in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, the St. Georgen Church, the St. Nikolai Church, the Schabbelhaus (now City Museum), the market with its cafés or the Old Harbour, makes our house an ideal starting point for your discovery tours along the Baltic Sea coast. The beautiful old town invites you to shop and stroll.

It is only a few minutes' walk to the harbour where fishermen land their catch, freighters are loaded for the trip across the Baltic Sea and the cloth of the sailing yachts draws white spots of colour on the Wismar Bay.

About the hotel

Our house looks back on a long and eventful history. According to the records of the town chronicler Gustav Willgeroth (1865 to 1937), the Böttcher family acquired their "Krughaus" in the "Breite Straße" 10 in 1562. The town book of 1680 records a gatehouse and back building to which the brewery house located in the Böttcherstraße belonged since 1565. Over the years the owners of the brewery changed from Trendelburg to Heinrich Fenger via Fiedler and Schalk. Thus the Fengersche Brauerei became "Zum Bürgerbräu". In 1896 Fenger built a new house on Breite Straße, which was called "Zum Franziskaner" since 1925. In the course of history, people moved back and forth on the property several times and even tried mushroom growing in the cellar.

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