Exhibitors from the regional small business sector exhibit their products in a setting that is probably unique far beyond the cantonal border. The entire monastery will be revived, including the monastery kitchen, where, for example, baking will be resumed, fine syrup will be produced, or coffee beans will be roasted. In the cloister you will find a hatter, a tailor and antique, restored lamps. Fine natural scents, good reading material, exclusive cabaret and textile living accessories are to be found in the former chapel. Various decorative bags made of fabric and leather as well as fine handmade jewellery can be found in the former tailor's shop. Selected small antiques as well as everything about "beautiful frames" will not be missing in the monastery.
For the little visitors there is certainly a suitable Christmas present in the children's room. May it be a fine handmade soap? Or a work of art of the floral kind, a classic Advent wreath. Beautiful paper wreaths, with or without a matching pen, can be found in the conference room of the old monastery.
A visit will remain an unforgettable memory and will be the best introduction to the forthcoming Advent season. Also the palate pleasure will not come too briefly with fine selected wines and the own monastery tavern.
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