The Weinscheune (literally: “wine barn”) is a classic farmhouse, typical for the southern regions of Germany. In 2003, it was converted into a residential building with an attached vinotheque and wine bar. The historic house in the heart of Hüttersdorf has been family-owned since around 1872. The exact year of construction is not known. Johann Pontius, who was a miner by trade, married Angela Trenz that year and probably converted the house into a residential building at this time.
This modern family-friendly public pool is one of the most beautiful open air pools in the northern part of Saarland. It’s especially popular for its good water quality, the peaceful atmosphere, and the beautiful surrounding nature, all of which invite young and old to spend relaxing moments here.