Alpenloge

  • Location: Mountains
    Bregenz with its festival on the floating stage: 17km (20 mins by car)
    Lake Constance: 20km (20 mins by car)
    Hochgrat for skiing: 55km (1h 15 mins by car)
  • Bodensee Airport (FDH): 45km (45 mins by car)
    Zurich Airport (ZRH): 138km (1h 45 mins by car)
    Car recommended
    Free parking
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An introduction to Alpenloge

How would you describe Alpenloge in a nutshell?

Alpenloge is a small boutique hotel with only 9 individually designed rooms, a restaurant and a wellness area. It is located on a little hill in the picturesque Scheidegg offering beautiful views of the foothills of the Alps.

What was the inspiration behind Alpenloge and how did it all start?

We asked ourselves the questions: How do we want to shape our lives? Where do we want to live? What should our daily work look like? We knew that we wanted to be surrounded by people and create something that did not yet exist — a modern hotel within a quintessential German landscape that went beyond the classic hotel concept. Guests often remark that they feel our passion, with a focus on time, the region and hospitality, rather than just making money.

What is your background? Is it in hospitality or why did you decide on a hotel?

This was a career change for both of us. I was a business consultant and Michael worked in media. However, we have always been ardent hosts and it soon became clear that we were looking for something where we could entertain guests. Once we had the property, the idea developed into what it is today.

I understood from Michael that you completely rebuilt the house?

Save for a few walls, the house had entirely collapsed. So we rebuilt it as it was before — even the stairs are in the same place and the windows are true to the original format. Many of our guests can’t believe that the structure is completely new, rather than having just been renovated.

The interior design is beautiful. How would you describe it?

We did everything ourselves. While Michael comes from a creative field, I rediscovered a creative side in me that had been dormant for years. For example, the chairs in the dining space were made in Switzerland during the 1930s and we used them to design a matching table.

Our vision was to create a modern aesthetic that suits the house and the region and won’t be outdated in a few years’ time. Many houses in Voralberg exhibit a traditional exterior with contemporary interiors. But we preferred recreating the design spirit of the 1930s, which is the era of the original house. Of course, we would have loved to have a 200-year-old house to work with. But we believe that Alpenloge fits into the region and has its very own, special character.

How would you describe the atmosphere at Alpenloge?

Relaxed, tranquil, private, intimate, individual, and cosy. We deliberately chose not to over-decorate but to keep things simple, which adds to the peacefulness of the place. Guests can unwind in the quiet rooms, with comfortable beds and colour palettes that range from cool to warm, depending on the orientation of each space.

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Alpenloge rooms & rates

The hotel is located on the outskirts of Scheffau, a quaint village that’s surrounded by meadows and mountains. All the rooms are bathed in sun because of their southeast, southwest or northeast orientation.

We have one double room, six junior suites and two full suites. Six of the rooms have balconies and one has a French balcony. The beds are positioned in such a way that they enjoy mountain views while each of the rooms is individually designed, without that generic, hotel room feel.

On the ground floor is a restaurant with a fireplace, a lounge area and a sun parlour, with a spa area positioned below. Also on the ground floor is the double room and a junior suite while the first floor has two full suites and two more junior suites. All of these rooms are colourful and exude an urban feel. On the top floor are three additional junior suites, which feature plenty of wood finishings and light, natural tones.

  • Loge 1 for 2-3 people / 40 m²
    300 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Extra bed (on req.)

    Loge 1 comes with a wonderful view over the hilly Allgäu landscape. The soft, brownish shade of red in Loge 1 impresses with depth and discretion. Feel good in a mixture of traditional charm and innovative luxury. For relaxation, rest and enjoyment. Timeless and elegant. In addition a wonderful terrace.

    The room features:
    Barrier-free · Separate bathroom and toilet · Towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities, coffee/tea making facilities · King-size bed 2m x 2m (separation into single beds possible) from Schramm Manufaktur with a wonderfully comfortable topper pad · Extra bed possible for 3rd person · Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 2 for 2 people / 33 m²
    240 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Loge 2 comes with an idyllic view of the village and the church with the red onion dome. The interior is reassuringly bright. Light and refreshing. And incredibly cozy. Dusky pink meets medium gray. Clear lines and timeless beauty can be found in stools and consoles. Plus Fredericia's high-contrast Spine Lounge armchair. With a firm back and incredibly soft seating comfort. Mirrored by the Round Aged mirror from Notre Mode.

    The room features:
    Separate bathroom and toilet · towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities, coffee/tea making facilities · king-size bed 1.8m x 2.10m from the Schramm factory with a wonderfully comfortable topper pad · free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room.

  • Loge 3 for 2-4 people / 48 m²
    400 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 2 Sofabeds (on req.)

    The balcony of Loge 3 facing south-west offers unique views over the meadows and hills towards the Alpine panorama. The green of the walls in Loge 3 discreetly underlines the extraordinary Norcombe wallpaper above the headboard. A floral pattern that creates a subtle depth due to its exceptional print production. Modern, but still affine. In contrast to this: velvety taupe accompanied by black furniture.

    The room features:
    Suite with separate bedroom and 25 sqm private terrace with sun loungers · separate bathroom and toilet and double vanity · towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities, coffee/tea making facilities · sofa bed for 3rd / 4th person · King-size bed 2m x 2.10m from the Schramm manufactory with a wonderfully comfortable topper pad · Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 4 for 2 people / 32 m²
    290 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Loge 4 is located on the first floor with views of meadows, hills and a breathtaking alpine panorama from the balcony. In reminiscence of the 1920s, the bluish wallpaper in our box shows 4 decorative silhouettes. In the exciting Pas de deux with old school prints from Carl Gerold's Sohn Verlag. In the light-flooded setting. Plus flow lounge chairs from ipdesign for relaxed enjoyment. And for dreamy sleep: King-size beds from the Savoy collection from Schramm. Because simplicity is the greatest sophistication.

    Junior suite with balcony. Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 5 for 2 people / 35 m²
    290 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)

    Here, too, the great windows of the Allgäu landscape — with a view of meadows, hills and a breathtaking Alpine panorama — provide a framework. Botanical wallpaper prints in strong blue dominate the room. Accompanied by earthy, sandy tones and corresponding colors on the wall and furniture. The puristically simple, authentic, yet timeless design of the interior underlines the relationship to nature. Plus flow lounge chairs from ipdesign for relaxed enjoyment. And for dreamy sleep: King-size beds from the Savoy collection from Schramm.

    Junior suite with balcony. Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 6 for 2-4 people / 45 m²
    350 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Kitchenette
    • 2 Sofabeds (on req.)

    Loge 6 is dedicated to the fruits of the earth. On the wallpaper: grapevines. Designed in the 1930s. The green tones of the wallpaper are reflected in the powerful green on the wall. The color accents of red and brown are also reflected in the interior. All in all: a play of colors as a total work of art. Colorful but subtle. Incredibly comforting. And a mirror of nature.

    The room features:
    Suite with separate bedroom · separate bathroom and toilet · freestanding bathtub · towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities · small kitchenette with fridge, stove, coffee/tea making facilities · sofa bed for extra beds 3rd / 4th People · King-size bed 2m x 2m from Schramm Manufaktur with a wonderfully comfortable topper · Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 7 for 2-4 people / 57 m²
    360 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Kitchenette
    • 2 Sofabeds (on req.)

    Loge 7 comes with a view from bed to infinity. The alpine world. Toasty. Warm. And soft. Flowing in shape and color. Cozy and inviting. White as the color of purity and clarity offers simple elegance in this box, coupled with structural accents. From old wood and linen. Aperokino meets Adjao. Sheep meets goat. Table meets stool. In the fluffy tete à tete. As a sensual accessory: the tunnel fireplace. For cozy moments. And you can enjoy nature directly from your own balcony. While sunbathing and dining.

    The room features:
    Deluxe junior suite, with 14 m2 balcony · towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities · modern tunnel fireplace for a homely atmosphere · small kitchenette with fridge, stove, coffee/tea making facilities · sofa bed for 3rd / 4th bed Person · King-size bed 2 m x 2 m from Schramm Manufaktur with wonderfully comfortable topper pad · Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 8 for 2 people / 48 m²
    320 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Bathroom (ensuite)
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Kitchenette

    Penthouse feeling. In the countryside. With fresh air access to your own balcony. And an idyllic view over the gentle meadows and hills to the charismatic Allgäu and Austrian mountains. Pure design in white and beige. Beautiful eye-catcher: The Elephant Chair by Norr11. A modern lounge chair with inspiration from the 50s. Softly padded with lambskin. As a counterpart to this: the refurbished armchair from the school loft in the midcentury design.

    The room features:
    Junior suite, with 11 sqm balcony · separate bathroom and toilet · bathroom with double vanity and free-standing bathtub · towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities · small kitchenette with fridge, stove, coffee/tea making facilities · king-size bed 2m x 2m the Schramm manufactory with a wonderfully comfortable topper pad · Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic internet connection in the room

  • Loge 9 for 2-3 people / 52 m²
    310 / night
    • 1 Double bedroom
    • 1 Shower room (ensuite)
    • 1 Kitchenette
    • 1 Extra bed (on req.)

    A box seat at the top. With a view of the distance. Over gentle hills. And towards the village. Generous space. The old wood wall above the bed. In perfect symbiosis with the elephant chairs with lambskin. Organic part: the felt pillows in stone design. Functional and practical: Fresh air refueling on the French balcony in the direction of the Austrian Alps. Because with one handle, the window becomes a balcony. And connects the inside with the outside. All in all: 52 sqm of puristic design with the highest sense of wellbeing.

    The room features:
    Junior Suite with French balcony · Spacious bathroom · Towel dryer, hairdryer, guest amenities · Small kitchenette with fridge, stove, coffee/tea making facilities · Extra bed possible for 3rd person · King-size bed 2m x 2.10m from Schramm Manufaktur with fantastically comfortable Topperauflage · Free WiFi and high-speed fiber-optic Internet connection in the room

Included in the rates
Rates include a delicious breakfast.
Extra charges payable at the property
Local tourist tax of EUR 1.90/night per adult and EUR 0.50/night per child (7-15 years) are payable at the hotel.
Children & Extra beds
Children aged 6+ are welcome. Extra beds for children are EUR 50 per night and available in rooms 1, 3, 6, 7 and 9. Extra beds or sofa beds for adults are available in rooms 3, 6 and 7 at EUR 60 per night.
Minimum stay
2 nights
Check in time
after 16:00
Check out time
before 12:00

Facilities & services

  • WiFi
  • Terrace
  • Bar
  • Concierge service
  • Sauna
  • TV
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Restaurant
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Central heating
  • Courtyard
  • Room service
  • Honesty bar/Minibar
  • BBQ area
  • Pets welcome
  • Not suitable for young children
  • Steam room/Hamam
  • Laundry service
  • Hair dryer
  • Spa

We offer a set breakfast menu each morning, with a variety of options, as well as a three-course menu in the evenings that focuses on high-quality, regional products. The rooms are also equipped with coffee and tea making facilities, as well as bathrobes and everything you need to feel comfortable.

Our charming spa has a sauna that boasts panoramic views of the mountains, as well as a steam room and a massage treatment room — everything that the large hotels offer but in a more private, personal setting. It’s quiet and has a relaxed atmosphere, which is in line with our philosophy.

We take great pleasure in being our guests’ private concierge by offering them hiking and excursion tips, reserving restaurant tables or preparing a picnic basket for day trips.

Things to do in Bavaria & Scheffau

  • Wine tastings
  • Massages / Treatments
  • Yoga classes
  • Golf
  • Skiing
  • Hiking
  • Cycling

Soaking up the spectacular views of Lake Constance and the surrounding mountains while hiking is the most memorable part of a visit to this region. The lake has a lovely climate and is rather special because of its size and the medieval towns that dot its shores. Bregenz is renowned for its festival and museums, offering an unexpected surprise for such a rural region.

The calming and idyllic setting makes it ideal for outdoorsy hikers, as well as those seeking easily accessible cultural attractions. Travellers can enjoy the best of both worlds — alpine culture and natural landscapes.

The location of Alpenloge

The picturesque Allgäu is a region at the foothills of the Alps. We are situated on a sunny plateau at 670 meters above sea level that offers panoramic mountain views. We’re surrounded by the Bregenz Forest and lush green meadows, and although the property is nestled in the countryside, it’s still well connected.

Scheffau is lively and has that typical, small-village feel, with historic buildings that haven’t been taken over by tourism. A bypass keeps the traffic away, so it enjoys a peaceful atmosphere and is wonderful for pedestrians.

Bregenz is just 15-20 minutes’ drive while Lake Constance is 20 minutes away. We experience two seasons, with both hiking and cross-country skiing trails right on our doorstep. Skiing enthusiasts only need an hour to be at the Arlberg or in Switzerland and the Hochgrat is close by too.

When is the best time to visit Bavaria?

All year round! Each season has its own beauty. In spring, a variety of splendid flowers bloom (thanks to a non-existent monoculture) while late summer is marked by the cattle drives, which are a colourful, local tradition. Autumn is noted for its changing leaf colours while winter sees the Alpenloge surrounded by a breathtaking, snow-covered landscape in what is one of Germany’s sunniest regions. Throughout the year we have beautiful village customs that are steeped in tradition, and the lack of tourists make them feel quite special and authentic.