Culinary events like this are always very exciting for the guest chefs but for the actual guests too. One can not be certain how to work in an unfamiliar kitchen but it is for sure a great opportunity to meet new colleagues and see old friends again. Two weeks ago I had the chance to cook at the beautiful Seezeitlodge Hotel & Spa. The hotel stands in the middle of the green, is built close to the water and that is why it is such a happy place. A free spirit yet grounded, exposed on a small wooded cape – with a proud view over the Bostalsee in the Sankt Wendeler Land.
Linked to regional cultural history, already the Celts settled in the nature park Saar-Hunsrück in the north of the Saarland. The forest still houses the stone witnesses of this culture, the famous Celtic ring wall in Otzenhausen is only a few kilometers from the hotel. “We feel connected and committed to this biography.” Kathrin & Christian Sersch, the owners want to invite their guests to be inspired. Whether wellness, culinary, architecture or design – ancient knowledge of rhythms of life, seasons, nature rituals and medicinal herbs flows in the recovery and enjoyment as Celtic references.
Kathrin & Christian Sersch are truly living this vibe but also managed to build up a team spirit, that makes it a very nice place to be part of the Seezeitlodge family. Everybody of the team members was just very respectful, friendly and a joy to get in touch with.