For more than 260 years we have been caring about our guests – Lampes Posthotel, where hospitality is at home!
In 1749 the first guesthouse was built on demand of Charles I of Brunswick in the centre of the traditional glass manufacturing area around what is nowadays the village of Grünenplan. After several owners had sold the guesthouse, it was post bus driver Konrad Lampe I from Duingen who bought the guesthouse in 1886.
a post office was introduced to the guesthouse. Until 1920 the guesthouse was a regular stop for the stagecoach.
Konrad Lampe II (son of Konrad Lampe I) took over the guesthouse. He modernized the premises and turned the old „Gasthaus zur Hoffnung“ into Lampes Hotel.
Conrad Lampe III took over the business and expanded the hotel: he built a dance hall and a big cinema.
Gabriele (nee Lampe) and Jürgen Borchard open a new kind of restaurant: „Der Krug“.
Mr and Mrs Borchard add a modern hotel wing to the main building. Now, they can offer room for 50 guests. This is the cornerstone for the future Lampes Posthotel.
This year we can be especially proud of our long history and celebrate our 125th anniversary! We are proudly looking back on 125 years of successfully leading a traditional and modern family enterprise.
We would like to thank all our guests for many years of loyalty. For the future we are very keen to do everything for our guests to feel at ease in our hotel!
Please let us guide you into our world of honest hospitality. Numerous generations of guests have already enjoyed the charm of our country hotel, its excellent cuisine and geniality.