Private parties & banquets

Whether it's a private party or a corporate event, the Schloss Bräustüberl offers a very special setting for every occasion. You will find accommodation for you and your guests right next door at the AMERON Neuschwanstein Alpsee Resort & Spa.


Entdecken Sie die Räumlichkeiten des Schloss Bräustüberl Hohenschwangau und die vielseitigen Nutzungsmöglichkeiten

Schloss Bräustüberl

Enough space for all your ideas: In our large function room you can celebrate with up to 190 guests and experience Bavarian hospitality at its best.

Possibilities of use:

  • Celebrations with up to 190 people
  • 198 m2 (L x W x H: 16.40 x 12.00 x 3.80)
  • Adjacent: Restaurant Alpseestube

Restaurant Alpseestube

Right next door to the Schlossbräustüberl is the Alpseestube restaurant, ideal for your next private celebration in a cosy atmosphere.

Possibilities of use:

  • Celebrations with up to 60 people
  • 90 m2 (L x W x H: 8.40 x 8.10 x 2.70)
  • Adjacent: Schloss Bräustüberl Restaurant


Enjoy the fantastic view of the two royal castles Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau.

Possibilities of use:

  • Celebrations with up to 200 people
  • 350 sqm
  • View: Hohenschwangau Castle
  • Adjacent: Schloss Bräustüberl Restaurant

Your request

Our hosts will be happy to personally take care of your individual request so that your event meets your expectations exactly.

We look forward to your enquiry under

+49 (0) 8362 7030 0


Food & Drinks

The Bavarian way of life comes to our table in the form of authentic inn cuisine. Meat, sausage and cheese specialities come from our farm butchery and cheese dairy. The best accompaniment - what else - is a freshly tapped beer from the König Ludwig Castle Brewery.
Illustration Drei Krüge


At Schloss Bräustüberl you and your group will simply eat well! Because the Bavarian way of life is served here in the form of authentic inn cuisine. Depending on the season, you can sit in our spacious, cosy parlour or under the trees in our sunny Biergarten - always with a view of the Alpine panorama and the Ludwig castles.