Gut Sonnenhausen Munich
There is a place where heaven and earth meet: The Sonnenhausen estate in Glonn near Munich, where we arranged our client NFON’s annual partner event. The estate, which is now a hotel and event venue, was built in 1900 by Baron Adolf von Büsing Orville from Regensburg, as a home for his beloved Irish Hunter horses. The rooms used today for events were once the stables and the arena. The Bavarian-style farmhouse which is part of the Sonnenhausen estate is the only building that was built on the land before the baron bought. The main building was constructed in a historic European architectural style that was popular at the time and for which the baron had an affinity. Not quite 30 years later the baron sold all his properties in the area, including the Hermannsdorf estate, and emigrated to Switzerland. Later on the HirtenSisters of the Good Shepherd” – a Catholic women’s religious congregation – from Munich took over the Sonnenhausen estate, where they produced dairy cattle for producing milk and took care of the gardening. In the 1970s the Sonnenhausen estate was leased to tenants who brought horses with them. After almost 50 years the Sonnenhausen estate was once again fulfilling its original purpose. In 1985 the Schweinsfurth family bought the site and has operated the estate as a restaurant, hotel and event venue ever since. We organised a unique event in this extraordinary building, inviting over 120 guests to partake in everything the heart desires. There were exquisite dishes and beverages of premium organic quality from the “Hermannsdorf Workshops”, a special whiskey tasting and for the grand finale we booked the band “No Oans”. The partygoers celebrated and danced well into the night and the event was deemed a huge success.