We two brothers Dietmar and Dagobert Dahse sat together on Christmas Eve in 1989 in our parents' living room in Glövzin - a small village in the northwest Brandenburg. We talked about the new exciting time, while we enjoy a glass of cognac.
What happened, we knew; that it does not remain so, we knew; But what does the new time, we didn't know.
From the experience of our family and talks with our parents the decision matured to become independent and to take our destiny into our own hands. So both of us announced our contracts at our facilities, in the spring of 1990 and purchased the consumer restaurant where Dietmar worked since 1981 as innkeeper.
After an extensive renovation, we opened on 8 August 1990 as "Dahses Gasthaus". The former consumer restaurant has become a country hotel, which offers rooms to stay and a room for celebrations, next to the restaurant.
In 1994, we began to develop our family farm with its special atmosphere and gastronomic. on 1 April 1997 we opened our second hotel under the name "Dahses Erbhof". The old cowshed the became a barbecue house "Der Kuhstall"; In the Hayloft modern hotel room; arose. Mothers garden was replaced with a bowling alley. Both the barn and the former shaft barn has been converted into event rooms,
which can be used for all kinds of celebrations today.
We are very grateful and pleased with our Mitt workers that our two hotels have experienced from the beginning a great reputation among our guests. We will work with enthusiasm and hard work because you feel good in the future in our homes.
regards, your family and the whole team Dahse
Our farm has been family owned for generations.
In der Regel wurde er dem ältesten Sohn übergeben; nur wenn männliche Nachkommen fehlten oder früh verstorben sind, bekam ihn die älteste Tochter. Erstmals erwähnt wurde unsere Familie auf diesem Hof im Jahre 1656Usually it has been passed to the eldest son; only when male offspring were missing or died early, it was the oldest daughter.
In the 20's of the 19th century, our ancestors were able, thanks to the stone-Hardenberg reforms ransom from the subjection and be as free peasants their fate into their own hands. They have used the time and built over Genrationen away a stately courtyard.
Our father, Werner Dahse, was the last farmer on this farm. When he came home in 1950 from Russian captivity, he took him by his father and led him to the adversities of communist rule defying successfully.
In 1960, Werner Dahse was expropriated by the nationwide collectivization in the GDR and had a member of the newly created agricultural cooperative, known as LPG, are. He could not come to terms with this situation and the related harassment and in 1965 resigned despite the threat of punishment and reprisals from the LPG. he did not get back his yard; also the land, the animals and all the equipment remained in LPG.
The only and most important to him, what he got back, his freedom and his independence. Through the lease of small agricultural areas and the acquisition of cattle he could with his wife Marianne and his four children do farming on a small scale and so bring the farm over time.
On November 9, 1989 the Berlin Wall, the Communist rule was ended and Germany again a united country. By resolution of the LPG we got back our property and all on this farm were grateful that again ruled lawful conditions. Werner Dahse who has never lost faith in a united Germany, which was allowed to experience. In 1992, he wrote to us two sons to court and thus complied with the task of his generation.