History of the Bremerhof

The Bremerhof is more than 200 years old and it`s now one oft he most beautiful places in Rheinland-Palatinate Forest. Already in the 50´s and 60´s the beergarden as a part of the urban cultural scene wrote Kaiserslauterns history. There were for example the well known dance- and music-events.

History of the Bremerhof-Overview

The history of the Bremerhof began at the same time with the reaction of the imperial castle at „Lautern“ by Friedrich I. „Barbarossa“.

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In the period between 1176 and 1215, the Bremerhof was given to the Premonstratensian monestary by Lauter Friedrich I. „Barbarossa“

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In 1215 the Bremerhof was mentioned fort the first time.

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The name Bremerhof delives from the „Bremmen“ the broom.

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In 1510 the farm and the surrounding forest became the property of the penitentiary and the abbey.

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At the end oft he 16th century the Bremerhof passed into private ownership.

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In 1700 the farm was divided.

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Around 1760, the Werle family came into the possession of the court part Bremerhof 1.

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The second part oft he court has been owned by the Dellmuth family since 1742.

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Since 1939 the farm is accessible to the visitor by car.

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In the summer of 1926 a great fire destroyed the Dellmuth farm.

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Since November 2001 Alf Schulz has been running the „Hotel Restaurant Bremerhof“ (Bremerhof 1.)

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Surroundings of the Bremerhof

The historic Bremerhof is located on the southern outskirt of Kaiserslautern in the middle of the beautiful Palatinate Forest. You can reach us by foot also very well by car. Plenty of Parkingspaces are available.

We have complied a few impressions around the Bremerhof, so you can get a picture of our house.

With the Palatinate Forest, which is awarded as a biosphere reserve by the UNESCO, the largest, connected forestarea in Germany is just outside the "gates" of the city of Kaiserslautern! Explore the trails around Kaiserslautern on 12 different circular walks.