The history of the “Buchscharner Seewirt”
Today’s “Buchscharner Seewirt” existed for more than two centuries as a so-called “Kleinhäuslerhof” in the Tyrolean Wildschönau.
Its construction method – a brick first floor with an attached beamed storey, a wrap-around balcony and an attached wooden threshing floor above the small stable – can be found throughout the northern Alpine region.
In Tyrol, the building, which had become uneconomical, had to make way for a new building in 1988. Shortly before this, the demolished building was purchased by the Spaten brewery, dismantled into its individual parts, each beam and board numbered, transported to the eastern shore of Lake Starnberg and rebuilt piece by piece.
This is how the “Buchscharner Seewirt” restaurant was created, which not only looks at first glance as if it has been standing in its place on Lake Starnberg for a long time.