Reber’s Pflug is located in a farmhouse from 1805. The charm of the building’s past with the elegant, modern interior create a sense of well-being. Reber’s Pflug is only a 10 minute walk from Schwäbisch Hall town centre, The small historic town is surrounded by idyllic lush greenery.
Chef Hans-Harald Reber is a Master of Taste. He creates the most excellent regional and international dishes using exceptional seasonal produce from his own vegetable garden or local suppliers. His signature is crisp lines and great taste combinations. The cordial staff is always friendly and helpful. The historic wine cellar is stocked with excellent renowned wines not only from the region, but also from Italy, France and further afield.
The gently undulating landscape with valleys and rivers around Schwäbisch Hall, is the perfect setting for outdoor pursuits.
*Bookable on all days except for Sundays and Mondays
Chef Hans-Harald Reber is a true Master of Taste. Seemingly without effort he creates the most excellent regional and international dishes using exceptional seasonal produce from the hotel’s own vegetable garden or from outstanding local producers. His signature is crisp lines and great taste combinations. The historic wine cellar is filled with superb wines from all over the world and from the region itself. A must for every wine lover.
The friendly ambiance in the Schwein & Weinbar is ideal to unwind and enjoy a good glass of wine accompanied by delicious antipasti. Open Mondays-Saturdays from 4pm-midnight.
Restaurant opening hours:
Mondays: 6-9.30pm (Monday-Menu)
Wednesdays-Saturdays: noon-1.30pm and from 6-9.30pm
The idyllic garden is filled with aromatic scents in the summer. Shaded by chestnut trees the terrace is a wonderful place to eat a light meal while savouring the beautiful garden around you.
The idyllic undulating landscape surrounding Schwäbisch Hall town is ideal for bicycle and walking tours. There are many places of interest, such as historic timber frame houses in the picturesque villages and towns nearby. Why not plan a visit to one of the many castles in the area. The region is increasingly well known for its gastronomic delights.