We - are actually not that important, because with us it is first and foremost about YOU.
We - that's Alexander and Emma Bösch with their children Madlen and Linus.
We - are now at least the 6th generation to run our ADLER, which is steeped in history.
We - would be nothing without our team of over 20 persons, who look after the well-being of our guests, because...
We - are proud of the ADLER's eventful history, but in all of this, our focus is on our guests today.
We - are actively supported by the senior chefs Josef and Marianne Bösch when needed. And there is always something to do...
In 1668, the then innkeeper Georg Ruof claimed from the „Landvogtei zue Ober- undt Unterschwaben zue Altdorf genendt Weingardten“ (Bailiwick of Upper and Lower Swabia in Weingarten) his right, documented in a document from 1481, that "all and any weddings, marriage feasts, community gatherings, meetings, negotiations and other such banquets or ceremonies are not to be held anywhere else than at his place without the hindrance of the official servant ... shall be held".
BREWERY, BAKERY, LOCAL BUTCHERY, CUSTOMS STATION
of the town of Waldsee and something like a town hall, the "Adler" has been for the past 500 years, writes the town archivist of Bad Waldsee in a treatise on the Adler in Gaisbeuren.
Owned by the Stützle-Bösch family for centuries, the venerable house was thoroughly renovated and the interior redesigned in 1993. In the process, a stove plate from 1746 was rediscovered, bearing the Waldsee town coat of arms and the Habsburg double-headed eagle. It was integrated into the new reception area. Thus, the hotel guest encounters the attractive contrast between "old" and "new" as soon as he arrives, which characterises the successful atmosphere of the "Adler" today. The "Zöhrungen niergendts anderstwo als beyhme ohngehindert des Amts Knechts ... halten sollen".