The castle’s northern wing originally was the residence of the Bishops of Passau. Around 1416 Count Johann II of Schaunberg had it replaced by “Newe Veste”, which first served as home for widows. The eastern wing, where the administrator used to live, also dates from the 15th century. The southern and western wings which you can see above were only added in 1784.
The weekend package costs Euro 255pp and includes a welcome drink, transfer to the Danube, a pleasure cruise on the Danube to the great loop known as “Schlögener Schlinge”, a bicycle tour with picnic, a herbal bath, one sauna session, two 6-course candlelight dinners with wine pairing, two nights in the beautiful Johannes-Kepler suite, and a small keepsake.