The Nietzsche House, a meeting place for artists, writers, scholars, students, journalists and others interested in philosophy, literature and culture, offers modest double rooms for limited stays (minimum 3 nights, maximum 3 weeks, for groups 1 week).
Rooms can be rented whenever the museum is open: mid-June to mid-October and mid-December to mid-April.
There are four double rooms and a basement apartment (a double and a 3-bed room). Linens and towels are furnished. The guests are responsible for cleaning their own rooms before departing.
Besides the Nietzsche Museum, the House also contains a reference library (focus: Nietzsche research) which has now grown to more than 4,500 titles and is open to all House guests. An inviting, fully-equipped kitchen (self-service) provides the setting for lively discussions around the fireplace.
Smoking is not permitted at the Nietzsche House.
During the Nietzsche Colloquium, always the last weekend in September (2020: Wed. 30th of Sept. – Sat. 3rd of October), the House is reserved for students who would like to participate in the Colloquium.