berge is anything but ordinary. That’s the beauty of it! Known for his furniture designs, Nils Holger Moormann had never planned to manage a guesthouse. The listed building fell into his hands as an addition to a plot of land he purchased. In order to rescue it from decay, the building had to be renovated. And so the house, which can be traced back to 1671, has been carefully converted in Moormann’s signature streamlined style. Generous spaces, natural materials and distinct contrasts between the historical and the modern – minimalism underpins its interior design. Nearly all the sixteen self-catering quarters have a small but fully equipped kitchen. In the garden behind the house there are several modern outbuildings, including a sauna, which complete the berge experience.
Amongst others berge has won the following design awards:
– German Design Award 2010 – Gold
– AIT Alpine Interior Award 2011 – Top 24
– German Designer Club, Good Design 2009 – Silver
In the berge newspaper you can find further information about the guesthouse.
What to do
Hiking, climbing, cycling, skiing, rafting & canyoning, swimming in the Chiemsee or natural swimming pool, boat trips and SUP on Lake Chiemsee, Schloss Herrenchiemsee, , Festivo Chamber Music Festival, Tyrolean Festival in Erl, Herrenchiemsee Festival, Gallery for Contemporary Art in the Festhalle Hohenaschau, mobile cinema Filmriss Aschau, DasMaximum (Art Museum).
Why we like this house
A house with character: consistently simple and simply special.
This house is great for
Solo travelers, couples, groups. The Grosse Stube can be rented by groups of up to 25 people for events, parties or workshops (catering on request).