Schaubeck Castle was erected on the remains of a Roman villa and first documented in 1272. The castle takes its name from the Schauwecker family, formerly in the service of Baden in Besigheim. The quadrangular complex with frescos in the inner courtyard and on the façade is surrounded by a beautiful park with wonderful trees.



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Founded: 13th century
Category: Castles and fortifications in Germany
Historical period: Habsburg Dynasty (Germany)

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No Chance (3 years ago)
Sehr schönes Anwesen und tolle Weine. Die angebotenen Veranstaltungen sind toll und ansprechend organisiert. Vor allem das Sommerfest, einmal im Jahr, ist ein Traum!! Toll geeignet für individuelle Veranstaltungen mit außergewöhnlichen Umgebung. Parkmöglichkeiten sind auch ausreichend vorhanden
Anja Böhringer (3 years ago)
Ein wunderschön ruhiger Ort, total idyllisch gelegen und perfekte Kulisse für eine freie Trauung.
Sven Forster (3 years ago)
Scheint ein Landwirtschaftlicher Betrieb für Weinbau zu sein vielleicht auch zum verweilen habe aber nur von außen geguckt bin dann wieder mit den öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln weiter gefahren Programm Hinweise hängen außen
Christa Benkelmann (3 years ago)
Da muss ich wieder hin. Graf adelmann ist so menschlich und natürlich da glaubt man wieder an die Menschlichkeit D A N K E!!!!
Karsten Stroh (3 years ago)
Tolle Gartenanlage. Ist nur für Veranstaltung für die Öffentlichkeit zugänglich. Sehr guter Wein. Wein kann vor Ort und online bestellt werden.
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