History & curiosities
A local chronicler wrote:
“In the winter it came to pass that peasants and serfs of the area would deliberately wait in the Turm for the snow to block their way home. For three days and nights they would stay at the inn and play cards, drink, argue, share a laugh and fight with each other. The players took turns laying on the bench for short naps. Before they left, each had the right to a proper lunch; on the house, naturally: and necessary that was too, with facing the long hard way back and, worse, their wives' wrath upon arriving home.”
Much has changed since then, but the friendly hospitality that impresses with its care and down to earth attitude, remains.