The history of “Buchscharner Seewirt”
More than two centuries, the “Buchschamer Seewirt” of today used to be located as a so called little man’s farm in Tirol, Austria.
This type of building – brick-built first floor with wooden second floor, wrap-around balcony and a small barn with a planked barn floor – is very common in the entire northern alpine area.
In 1988, when this building had become ineconomic it had to give place to a new construction. The Spaten brewery bought the building, had it taken to pieces numbering consecutively every single beam and plank. Everything was transported to the eastern bank of the Starnberger See at Buchscharn and reconstructed piece by piece.
That’s the story of the restaurant and beer garden “Buchschamer Seewirt”. It blends perfectly into the peaceful setting here at the banks of the Starnberger See as if it has been here for ages.