The building history of the house began only after the medieval town had been surrounded by walls in the 13th century. Gothic-Renaissance and early Renaissance building expansion of the town began during the second quarter of the 16th century when a smaller terraced house with a poky atrium came into being. A new arcade hall arched by two fields of the groined vault was facing the atrium. The present day renovation had therefore two aims in view: to create a well appointed guesthouse for the clientele of today (there are four roomy suites in the house) and to preserve historical character of the house at the same time. These efforts are also noticable in the premises of the cellar pub as well as in the beer bath.