Hotel Störmann

Centuries of famous hospitality

Hotel Störmann

The historical Hanseatic town of Schmallenberg in Sauerland is just a short drive from the ski resort of Winterberg. Hotel Störmann was built when the town was reconstructed after a devastating fire in 1822. For many years it served as the royal Prussian coaching inn. This renowned hotel has welcomed many famous figures, including the former chancellors Konrad Adenauer and Helmut Kohl. The hotel was in the Störmann family for eight generations, and now the Deimann family is writing the next chapter of its rich history. Hotel Störmann has recently been extensively restored and tastefully refurbished in keeping with the character of the building – the striking cast-­iron inn sign makes a good example.

Fresh and regional produce

Restaurant Störmann

The restaurant is a beacon of warm hospitality. The tables close to the pleasant open fireplace are obvious favourites with guests. Chef Alexander Greve is happy to source excellent regional produce, such as locally farmed meat, cheese and seasonal vegetables. The restaurant’s menu offers classic German cuisine; from delicious home-made Flamenkuchen to innovative and exciting versions of familiar dishes.


Bicycles available
Indoor pool
Connecting rooms - Family rooms
In historic town of Schmallenberg
Walking and cycling in Sauerland
Close to the ski area Winterberg
8 KM from Golfclub Winterberg


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The cosy living room of Schmallenberg.

‘’You are sure to feel at ease at Hotel Störmann, renowned as the cosy living room of Schmallenberg.'' - Andreas Deimann

Host: Family Deimann   
Chef: Alexander Greve