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Gutshof zum Schluxen 1895 (postcard)
Gutshof zum Schluxen 1910 (postcard)
Gutshof zum Schluxen 1930 (postcard)

The „Gutshof zum Schluxen“ and it‘s history




The directly at the “Fürstenstraße” located Gutshof zum Schluxen , Crown Prince Maximilian of Bavaria in 1838 in order given, located Fürstenstraße, was built by Alois Staiger in 1853. In this year he got the license to sell  beer and wine. Queen Marie returned here already with her sons, King Ludwig II. Of Bavaria and King Otto I of Bavaria regularly. The royal family had good relations with the hosts and lived in their own rooms in the manor. During their stays Queen Marie used the time for hiking in the surrounding mountains. Among her most popular hiking destinations included among others the Säuling, the Schlicke, the Thaneller and some more. 

The still existing Fürstenstraße is a picturesque bike - and hiking route between Pinswang and Hohenschwangau and leads right past the “Gutshof”. 

Especially King Ludwig visited the Schluxen regulary. He gave the hosts an oven as a gift. The oven is still in the "Fürstenstube" of the estate today. He also had his horse "Luitprand" painted in front of the Schluxen. The original picture is located in the Marstall Museum in Nymphenburg Palace, in the so-called "Gallery of Beauties of horses of King Ludwig II". A copy, the citizens of Pinswang got made, is located in Gutshof zum Schluxen.

the During the Second World War the inn was used as a youth hostel.

The old "Gutshof" has been extended several times and rebuilt during the years. In the late 80s, the house has been fully refurbished, with the character of the house has been preserved. We, the family Muxel are owners of the old property since 2014 and have also again made major renovations, in which the charm and history of the building should be retained.