The history of our house extends back over 670 years. The name actually derives from "Wagnerei am Migl" ("wagon-maker on the hillside"). 

In 1350, the house was part of the Mitterpach estate belonging to the Wagnermiglbauer, and was the home of a clockmaker. Michael Brandauer, owner of the wagon-maker's and
carpenter's, gave our house its name in 1588: Wagnermigl.

In 1770, ownership passed into the property of the Seiwald family, after which it has been run as a family business with loving attention to every detail. 

Since 1965, our family has been renting out rooms, though only 2 at the time. After extensive remodeling in 1973, the Wagnermigl was turned into a guesthouse with 19 rooms. Meanwhile,
the Wagnermigl can offer 27 stylishy decorated rooms with all modern comforts and also with an eye for detail and sustainability.