Restaurant Seehaus Forelle, Ramsen

Eiswoog 1

Pfalz

Ramsen 67305, Germany

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“We purchase our goods from eco-friendly producers. The fish originates from the trout cultivation farm Schneider by Eiswoog. We avoid wide transport routes and buy regional products.” Jörg Maier

Description

Welcome to the stunningly situated Eiswoog, the "Eisenwassersee". Seven springs bubble in the idyllic pond at which the rare kingfisher nests. Its clear water houses trouts, chars and domestic crayfish. Surrounded by the Stumpfwald it is a part of the biosphere reserve Nature Reserve Palatinate forest.

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Highlights

Faithful to the philosophy of the Forelle „simply feel good“  the friendly employees calling themselves Forellchen will spoil you. All dishes are freshly prepared. The fish originates from the trout cultivation farm Schneider by Eiswoog. Finding peace and reducing stress, restructering everyday life, enjoying nature while harmonising body and soul.

Green Pearls® Score for Restaurant Seehaus Forelle, Ramsen

“The goods are being purchased from eco-friendly producers and long transport ways are avoided, most of the goods are purchased locally.”

local food

local employment

green initiatives

architecture / design

The Story

In 1952 Ulrich Freiherr of Gienanth established the inn Seehaus Forelle. It was a time almost without swimming pools and cars. Thus the steam locomotives held in the old station briefly behind the bridge in the direction of Enkenbach.

Hundreds of people from the close and distant vicinity, from Kaiserslautern to Worms and Ludwigshafen searched for rest on Sundays here.

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What guests say….

  • “after one day staying here, we already feel as relaxed as after a one week vacation”
  • “a holy place – full of quietness”
  • “energy source “
  • “unusual service, unusual house”
  • “green heart in the lake”
  • “personal and warm”
  • “a jewel – with a lot of sense for individuality”
  • “a place full of energy, warmth and comfort”
  • “we feel embraced by the charme of the Eiswoog “
  • “place to recover new energy”
  • “we do not want to leave”