Hotel Restaurant Weichandhof in Munich


The Weichandhof is a family-run hotel in the lovely district Obermenzing in the west of Munich. The Hotel Weichandhof is calmly located and welcomes its guests with authentically furnished rooms, typically Bavarian cuisine. You will love the special atmosphere in the restaurant and in our very own beer garden. Find out more about the historic Weichandhof and how it became the hotel and restaurant that it is today on this site. Meet our team and our philosophy and don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions, suggestions, or comments you may have.


As a guest at the Weichandhof, you will experience a modern environment with historic allure. The traditionally Bavarian interiors of the house perfectly match the modernly furnished hotel rooms. The Weichandhof is a barrier-free building. The restaurant as well as several hotel rooms are accessible entirely without barriers. Free parking spaces are available directly at the house.


The authentically restored restaurant of the Weichandhof is where we serve our carefully and traditionally prepared food as well as regional beverages. In addition to highlights of the Bavarian and Alpine cuisine, we create clever variations with Mediterranean influences using regional ingredients. The ingredients for our dishes come from carefully selected suppliers. This way, we can guarantee the highest product quality.

Events & Conferences

Our hotel has a spacious and dividable conference area for seminars, conferences, jubilees, or all kinds of personal celebrations. The conference area offers enough space for up to 80 participants and includes tables and seating. We also offer modern technology and many useful things that will help make your event a full success.


Our guests’ well-being is central to everything we do. We take great care to make you feel welcome and to make your stay a pleasant experience. A comfortable atmosphere is very important to us. In addition, none of our dishes contain additives or convenience products.

We obtain most of our food directly from suppliers in the region. Seasonal produce from the area makes long transports unnecessary. We have explicitly used building materials that are no hazard to health or environment for the renovation of the hotel.



The Weichandhof was first officially mentioned in 1755 under the name “Samerhof”. For the next 150 years, it was used as a farm and the building was only altered insignificantly. Around 1900, the farm was first changed to a chicken farm and later to a carpentry. The owners were not as successful as they had hoped and sold the farm to the actors Josephine and Philipp Weichand in the 1930ies. Up to 1935, numerous changes were made to the farm and there were plans for an artists’ café with stage, a skittle alley, and a restaurant. Mr. Weichand, however, died and his wife continued to run the house on her own.
After the war, she rented out the house to a tenant who, unfortunately, failed to keep the house in a good condition. In 1967 the Hiebl family started to run the Weichandhof, which they continued to do for 44 years. In 2011 the Lehmann family became the ones to run the Weichandhof. The hotel and restaurant have never been in better shape than now that Maria and Christian Lehmann are taking care of it.

The Weichandhof