Fischingen Monastery is the only monastic community in the canton of Thurgau still inhabited by monks.
Welcome to the Fischingen Monastery hotel***
Fischingen Monastery is located in a fairy-tale natural paradise. Hikers and bikers will find their own personal moments of happiness in the surroundings. The generous space available provides the perfect setting for every celebration and business event. The chefs create true delicacies from regional products and even a snack becomes a real success with homemade cakes. Immerse yourself in the baroque ambience and enjoy our monthly classical concerts. The PILGRIM monastery beers brewed in the monastery are a heavenly delight.
30 hotel rooms (double or single occupancy), 2 multi-bed rooms. A total of 91 beds.
14 seminar rooms for up to 180 people.
Guided tours for up to 40 participants
Check out the monastery website for information on meditation courses
as well as hotel offers
The monastery restaurant is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. On concert Sundays, the restaurant has different opening hours for visitors to get in the mood for the concert or to let the evening fade away in a cosy atmosphere. We are happy to receive reservations for lunch or dinner but they are not required.
New: take-away specials
Although it may seem from the outside that the Fischingen Monastery is currently a sleeping beauty, inside, the hotel business is running smoothly. Hotel guests are catered for at the restaurant and additionally, we have created take-away specials. Even if you will have to do without the unique baroque ambience at the moment, you may still enjoy the delicacies from the monastery kitchen.
Please order your menu
by 9 a.m. and pick it up between 11:45 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Guided tours and special arrangements
Guided tours through the monastery are very popular and may be enriched with a demonstration of the organ at the baroque church. Learn more about special arrangements according to your requirements: cocktails, banquets in the ballroom or dining room, snacks, etc. It is possible to participate in the prayers of the Benedictine community.