The Ludwigsstift is surrounded by vineyards in the village Burrweiler. In its conversion, five apartments were created in the former church property. The transformation was carried out with attention to detail and careful preservation of its historic elements.
The modern interior has been combined with antique furniture. The old chapel has found a new purpose as a luxurious bathroom. The apartments under the roof have an open attic construction dating to 1911/1912, which is an architectural delight. And the view from the windows reveals the scenic beauty of the Rhine valley.
What to do
Classical house concerts are organised several times a year. A maximum of fifty guests can enjoy classical music in a personal and intimate atmosphere.
Thomas Biersch (b. 1963) owns a kitchen studios in Speyer. His affinity for classical music and architecture is reflected in the Ludwigstift. He has transformed the property into a place of rest and relaxation, and a classical music venue. The house concerts are very popular in the region.
Details of the property
Region/Town: DE – Germany, Rhineland-Palatinate, Burrweiler/Südpfalz
Scenery: on a hillside among vineyards
Number of guests: 4 apartments for 2 people each, 1 apartment for 2 +2
Architecture: Old & new, Listed building - old
Design: Thomas Paul Biersch
Published: möbelkultur 01.2016
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