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 Historic Boutique Hotel 





About 500 years of history...

Medieval Manor

Huge Tower building out of massive stones with inside timber framing in rare original condition from 1526 with 5 authentic bedrooms of the famous patrician family called Blumer.

Relaxing and Playing Rooms

Vaulted cellars and a ample oriental room with special instruments are available where we serve local herbal tea as well as a historical toys room for your children.


All 6 floors of the Manor are originally furnished (from 1400 – 1920) and accessible as home decor museum. The combination from museum with accommodation is a unique experience in Switzerland.

Old Style Garden

The historical garden area with its fruit trees and berries in Nidfurn gives you unforgettable moments. Our romantic garden offers you an open view of the mountain Tödi, fields and meadows.

Organic Food

We offer our guests a variety of artisanal organic regional food and beverage in historical dinning rooms, served out of fine old porcelain and glassware.

Picturesque Surroundings

On each side of the Landvogthaus you will find amazing mountains, forests, lakes and waterfalls. Elm, Braunwald, the Klausenpass and the lake of Klöntal can be reached in a short time.

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Find your door to the history...

Open one of 5 Landvogthaus doors to book a unique room in the historical resort


Dining Rooms

Our dining rooms are all individually and authentically furnished with fine antiques from different epochs. There is a Gothic room available as well as two rooms of the Renaissance.

Breakfast Rooms

The Landvogthaus offers two historic breakfast rooms with personal service at your table.

Self Service Room


Our service includes hot and cold drinks, wine and snacks available throughout the day.

Dining Room

You can have lunch or dinner in the historic dining room. Natural food will be served on the three-course menu of the day.


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Hotel Landvogthaus reviews

An unbelievable trip into the past, surounded by beautiful objects in every room and by interesting thoughts into what might have gone by many years before.

Professor Arthur Jaffe, Harvard University USA

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