Reflected in our family crest The traditional roots of our house are reflected in our family's crest. Castle Neuenstein sits above the coat of arms – the true sign of our region. Albert I of Wallenstein allowed it to be built as a fortress to the Homberg Hersfeld trade routes in the 13th century. The wheel stands for the cart-making which took place in our house between 1925 and 1950 when vehicles and coaches were manufactured. The post horn symbolises the post office which served landladies between 1900 and 1968. The trout refers to agriculture, which has always been closely connected to our house. The jug is a symbol for cookery. The Inn has been family property since 1896 and ever since has been feeding both travellers and locals alike.