Sarleinsbach was a market town on the old Danube – Bohemia trading route and has a thousand-year old history. The beautiful baroque houses and the magnificent town hall testify to the wealth of the old linen traders. The gothic parish church contains arts and treasures from all epochs. Another beautiful sight is the renaissance Sprinzenstein palace. Other religious places to visit include old chapels, wayside shrines and tree shrines. The landscape is dotted with old mills, traditional farmhouses, pristine hamlets and charming villages.
A popular outing destination is Brezerhaus, an authentic farmhouse from the 16th century, where you can sample heart-warming regional food. Brezerhaus is located in Rutzersdorf, a small village amid vast, open fields, about 10 minutes by car from Sarleinsbach.
Brezerhaus is open from May 5 to October 26 on Sundays and bank holidays from 1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m; groups of 8 or more any time by arrangement. Please contact Monika Scharinger, Sarleinsbach, Innerhötzendorf 1, tel. 07283/8616).
Sarleinsbach is located at the heart of Upper Mühlviertel, on the edge of the luxuriant Passau forest and in the Mühlsenke basin which enjoys a balmy climate. Thanks to its beautiful landscapes Sarleinsbach is a great place to relax and unwind. Although the town is in a quiet location off the main roads it is easily accessible. The area boast well-maintained and signposted hiking trails which allow you to explore the region’s natural beauty in depth. The new swimming pond offers plenty of space to sunbathe, relax, and swim in a beautiful nature setting.
Sarleinsbach is beautifully set in the granite highlands of the Bohemian Forest.
The former trading town, which dates back from 1170, has developed into an attractive business location and tourist destination.
Sarleinsbach’s high quality of life and extensive sports and leisure facilities make it a wonderful destination for guests in search of peaceful relaxation away from it all.