In the middle of the village square Detwang the stately buildings of the inn for „Schwarzes Lamm” is.
When the half-timbered building of the inn was built, unfortunately, is no longer detectable.The building of the Black Lamb should be regarded as the successor of the manor house.
In 1623, the famous cavalry general, Count Pappenheim lived eight days inn that was already known for its well-kept wines that time.
During the 30-year war, in 1643, it served the Feldherm Piccolomini as headquarters.
In 1703 we find the owner's family Schalk.
From old documents is apparent that 1788 was a Michael Herrscher owner of the inn.An iron inn sign from that time still exists.
In 1792, we already find Johann Michael Friedle as new owner.
The new owner was the third son of the farmer Friedle in Ebertsbronn, Kreis Mergentheim, and married the daughter of the previous owner.
On 08/01/1796, the same received citizenship.
In 1804 the new building was completed in its present size.
Meanwhile, several modifications were carried out.
It has an advanced and efficient architect have been, who built the house in what was then French style, because it has a roof after French style with hanging rafters.
Above the entrance a verse from the book of Acts is carved into the stone:
"What do you want to build me a house?
says the Lord, or what is the place of my rest?
Has not my hand made all this!
Johann Georg Friedlehost and hostAnno 1804 "
In 1827, Georg Rupp, and Johann Friedle planted the standing in the economic garden Linde (today a natural monument).
Above the entrance to the hall is in stone following saying chiseled:
"Rebuilt by the great-grandchildren of the founder in 1926 of Christian and Hans Friedle."
The „Schwarzes Lamm” now for generations owned by the Friedle family has since evolved from a modest hostel to a modern hotel-inn, tradition and modern comfort successful connecting manner and the host of peace and tranquility.
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