About the farm

Picture: Joel Schneider

The historic Oberhaushof farm includes the Oberhaus (1743), the “Trotte” building (1719), a barn (1893), a former wash house, a boat house and some smaller farm buildings. The double rooms and the studios of the B&B Oberhaushof are located on the two lower floors of the Oberhaus, the holiday maisonette occupies the annex of the “Trotte” building. The land belonging to the farm extends from the street down to the lake and a small forest on the lakeshore.

Recreation areas
Picture: Yaser Amachi

In addition to their private rooms, our guests have access to a number of recreation areas, for example the loggia balcony facing south on the first floor of the Oberhaus with a phantastic view. Or the lounge in the hallway on the same floor.

In the garden, you will find other recreation areas. In particular, there is a covered seating area, which serves as a breakfast room during the warm season of the year.

Picture: Yaser Amachi

Below the garden, you will find a recreation room in the former wash house. The recreation room with kitchen is open from 2 pm. The fridge is accessible at all times. During the cold season of the year, breakfast is also served in the wash house. In front of the wash house, there is a small square with gravel surface and tables, where you can eat, drink and linger in good weather.


The farm has always been owned by the Bühler family. Today, the farming is done by tenants.

Picture: Martin Zeller

Above the two floors occupied by the bed & breakfast, the Oberhaus houses an exhibition with numerous objects and documents from the farm’s history. Some of the furniture of the Bed & Breakfast stems from this exhibition and allows our guests to immerse themselves in the history of the house.

For further information on the exhibition, feel free to approach us. We also recommend you visit the website ausstellungoberhaushof.ch.