For four generations, the Fehrenbacher family have been the proud owners of Hotel Adler, on the western edge of the Black Forest, only 10 km from the French border.
Adler is renowned far and wide, not least for its excellent cuisine. There are two restaurants: the Michelin Star Gourmet Restaurant and the Gasthaus, a less formal Brasserie. Fourth generation family member Daniel Fehrenbacher leads the kitchen team. His father Jürgen Otto was responsible for winning Adler its first Michelin Star in 1989. He is now in charge of the cookery school. Daniel Fehrenbacher is an avid hunter, and in the hunting season he provides the game on the menu himself.
Both restaurants have an elegant contemporary feel with local accents, such as antlers and cuckoo clocks, traditional to the Black Forest region. Lunch and dinner can be served in the Tuscan styled garden. Most guest rooms and suites are spacious and overlook the garden.
Passion and professional skills are the key ingredients with which Star Chef Daniel Fehrenbacher and his team developed a menu that combines contemporary international dishes with classic French cuisine. Excite and delight your palate with his innovative dishes. The modern design of the Gourmet Restaurant is combined with quirky traditional elements from the Black Forest region.
The second restaurant, Gasthaus, has a crisp modern interior with vibrant colours and large framed black and white photographs on the walls. The large oak table features as the hotel’s central meeting point. The Gasthaus provides a wonderful lunch, dinner or delicious finger food. The menu changes with the seasons and offers classic cuisine as well as excellent game dishes.
The Restaurant is open from Wednesdays - Sundays
The Restaurant is open from Monday – Sunday. No lunch on Tuesdays.
The bar is open daily from 6pm – 12midnight.
Weather permitting, lunch and dinner can be served in colourful Tuscan style garden.
The Gasthaus overlooks the delightful garden.
The Black Forest and adjoining nature reserve Taubergiessen are ideal for hiking and cycling. Discover the unspoilt quiet countryside and roam its many walking trails. Another possibility is a boat tour in the nature reserve with a guide, who will provide interesting details about the Taubergiessen wildlife. In nearby village Haslach you can book a guided tour in a disused silver mine. The Schwarzwaelder Trachtenmuseum is a veritable treasure of local costumes in the Black Forest region. Within an hour you can reach Strassbourg, capital of Europe and the Alsace region. Here you will find plenty of shopping and many museums and monuments, such as the cathedral, Maison Kammerzell, Petit France and the Place de la République.