Dear guests, dear friends of Hugenpoet manor,
an exciting year TWENTY TWENTY is behind us. The hotel and catering industry is obviously one of the most affected sectors and we can all only hope that this situation will soon come to an end.
We at Hugenpoet manor fought, hoped, waited, comforted, admonished and marveled in TWENTY TWENTY.
We have not lost courage!
We were lucky in special situations!
But we also had a lot of fun!
We had our guests and we had US!
TWENTY21 will again demand a lot from many of us. We remain confident!
We hope that TWENTY21 will soon have many tourist and business guests traveling again, many bridal couples, children, birthday, confirmation and baptism celebrants, many end-of-the-day, many Essenes and guests from home and abroad and all the other guests we have come to love so much to be pampered.
With passion and a smile, we look forward to doing what we love again: making guests happy with all our hearts!
See you soon here at Hugenpoet manor!
Come in and enjoy.
Indulge at Hugenpoet. First of all, there is the bar, known as the Baronie. The bar, shimmering in a lovely shade of jade, is watched over by plump, indulgent angels, green dragons and Buddha statuettes. Those who linger enjoy. Any non-residents indulging in a drink too many simply leave their car in the parking lot. It will be driven home the next day. Pop into the Baronie for pre or after-dinner drinks, or before or after a theatre performance. Both residents and non-residents are very welcome.
Head Chef Erika Bergheim has been responsible for Hugenpoet’s culinary reputation for 20 years.
In Laurushaus, she inspires guests with modern, unpretentious gourmet food three days a week. The restaurant, located in the tithe barn where farmers delivered one tenth of their produce in the Middle Ages, opened in May 2016. The top chef is committed to using the best produce, prepared with the greatest care. Guests may indulge in the ten-course menu, or else select dishes à la carte. Laurushaus also houses Germany’s first Louis Roederer vinothèque. Smokers are invited to wind down the evening in the upstairs smoker’s room.
The restaurant HUGENpöttchen is likewise under the creative direction of Erika Bergheim. The restaurant, open daily from noon to late evening. In summer, guests may choose to enjoy their meal on the terrace or in the park. Home-made cakes from our in-house patisserie are available throughout the day.