Welcome to the Landgasthof zur Linde in Steinhausen.

Sit back and enjoy traditional Swabian cuisine.

In the heart of Upper Swabia, you can find a village with around 450 inhabitants – Steinhausen. Steinhausen enjoys a worldwide reputation for its baroque pilgrimige church built by the Zimmermann brothers from Wessobrunn from 1727 to 1732.

Our Landgasthof zur Linde, built by the Premonstratensian Monastery in Bad Schussenried in 1609, is located directly opposite the ‘most beautiful village church in the world’. The country inn is one of the oldest inns in Upper Swabia and known as a rococo masterpiece in southern Germany. Since 1889, the inn is family owned by the Heinzelmann family.

We look forward to your visit.
Family Heinzelmann


Opening Hours:

Closed on Mondays


open from 5:00pm

Warm meals

served from 5:30pm - 9:00pm

Wednesday to Sunday

open from 11:00am

Warm meals

from 11:30am to 2:00pm and 5:30pm to 9:00pm

Kindly note that dogs are not allowed in the restaurant and adjoining rooms.

For festive and special occasions, we are pleased to offer a variety of menus.

Please note that we are unable to offer venues exclusively in case the minimum number of guests is not reached.

 minimum 45 persons
Linden-Stube minimum 27 persons
Abt-Stube minimum 37 persons
Linden-Saal up to 110 persons