The house by the church has been an inn since as far back as 1850. In the year 1929 it was taken over by Hermann and Margaretha Dietrich, the grandparents of the present hosts, and passed on to the next generation. Since 1989 the Taube in Bizau has been run by Margit Dietrich and Monika Moosbrugger.
Each successive generation has left its mark on the house. Representing the "Juppe", or traditional regional costume worn by the women of the Bregenzerwald, the exterior of the inn was faced with spruce cladding, with the red glass sliding doors depicting the bodice.
Further renovations, modifications and state-of-the-art additions have followed, but the traditional relaxed hospitality and the friendly interaction between locals and guests has not been lost.