We rent our fully equipped, cozy 3-room apartment, about 70 m² in size, in a two-family house, to nice people who want to recover from the stress of everyday life.
It was completely renovated in 2016, located at the Upper Castle and at the foot of the landmark of Rheinbreitbach - the Koppel (Rheinbreitbach's local mountain with a fantastic view).
Here you can relax and unwind ...
• in the village
• near the Rhine (15 minutes on foot)
• Self-catering, breakfast by appointment
• Central heating
• Bed linen, change as needed
• Washing machine
• Internet connection
• Towels, change as needed
• Basement room for bicycles
• Parking directly in the immediate vicinity of the house
• ironing board / iron
• final cleaning incl.
• WLAN access
• Bathroom with underfloor heating and walk in shower
• Hair dryer
• Shower lotion and shampoo
• High quality large corner leather sofa
• Massive table
• Various cabinets
• Satellite TV
• Double bed, bedding available
• Coffee machine
• Dinette for 4 persons
Suitable also for
• Long term renters
• Parties / events not allowed
• Non smoking property
• Pets not possible
• No day rentals
• Max. Occupancy: 4 persons
• Cancellation possible:
100% refund for cancellations up to 50 days prior to arrival
50% refund for cancellations up to 30 days prior to arrival
Your holiday accommodation in Rheinbreitbach is an ideal starting point for wonderful walks on the Rhine or in the Siebengebirge (near the Rhine) and your excursions in the charming landscapes of the Rhine, Ahr, Moselle and Eifel. In addition, cultural attractions in Bonn and Cologne attract.
Beautifully arranged Rhine promenades in Unkel, Linz, Leubsdorf, Neuwied, Bad Honnef (Grafenwerth, Rhöndorf), Königswinter, Oberdollendorf, Bonn (Oberkassel, Bad Godesberg), Andernach, Koblenz and pretty downtown areas, picturesque old towns invite you to stroll.
Be sure to plan a boat tour.
In Rheinbreitbach in the summer two beer gardens lure directly on the Rhine; all year round the museum of local history and events in the upper castle, in the multi-purpose hall and on the Renesse place.
The following excursion destinations in the Rhine rail are a small selection from the rich cultural offer of the region.
The order is determined by the geographical location:
1.) right bank of the Rhine to the south (→ Koblenz)
historic (red) Weinstadt Unkel, Willy-Brandt-Forum
Erpel, Erpeler Ley and in summer theater performances in the Erpeler-Ley-Tunnel, the former railway tunnel to the Ludendorff Bridge / Remagen Bridge
Linz, old town and the castle Linz with their exhibition, torture chamber and Roman glass blowing. In Linz starts a historic rail bus on the steep section to Kalenborn through the Kasbachtal.
Bad Hönningen / Rheinbrohl, adventure museum / exhibition "Roman world" at the beginning of the Upper Germanic Limes
Up the Rhine are several wine places, z. B. Hammerstein with the (multiple award winning) winery Scheidgen
Vis-à-vis Koblenz, the sprawling Ehrenbreitstein Fortress towers.
2.) right bank to the north (→ Bonn)
Bad Honnef, the Kursaal and the Feuerschlösschen host a variety of events. Grafenwerth Island = attractive recreational area with playground, boules court, outdoor pool, beer garden, boat landing stage and a tennis club. In the district of Rhöndorf, lived Konrad Adenauer, the first Chancellor. An exhibition commemorates him, his house can be visited with guided tours. In the center of the village, the Café Profittlich and the restaurant "Am Ziepchen" not only lure you to stay for their historical facilities. The winery Broel offers the historic ambience, at Pieper's more modern.
Königswinter, cog railway to Drachenburg Castle and up to the Drachenfels with newly designed plateau and gastronomy, "SEA LIFE" Aquarium, Siebengebirgsmuseum, Forsthaus Lohrberg on the Margarethenhöhe: exhibition about the Siebengebirge Nature Park, Petersberg, Ölberg
Bonn-Oberkassel, Arboretum Park Härle, on the banks of the Rhine the traditional restaurant "Bundeshäuschen" and the new buildings "Am Bonner Bogen", u. a. the Kameha Grand Hotel
3.) left bank from north to south, d. H. Bonn → Koblenz
Bonn: Beethoven House, Beethoven Hall, Town Hall, old cemetery from 1715, the University with its affiliated museums (eg: Alexander Koenig-Zoological Research Museum, Egyptian Museum with about 3000 original objects, Academic Art Museum Collection of Antiquities, Arithmeum collection of historical mechanical calculating machines, Museum of the History of Dentistry, Botanical Garden, Mineral Collection in Poppelsdorf Palace, etc.), Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Museumsmeile (House of History, Bundeskunsthalle, Kunstmuseum Bonn), German Museum Bonn, former government buildings: Chancellery bungalow, Bundestag, Villa Hammerschmidt, Park Rheinaue
Bonn-Bad Godesberg was in the 19. C. Residence of wealthy persons (villa quarter) and during the "Bonn Republic" seat of many embassies. The Hotel Dreesen (1894) was in its history often the meeting place of well-known personalities from politics and culture. B. Hitler and Chamberlain in September 1938, or the 1954 World Cup team with coach Sepp Herberger;
Rolandsbogen with a fantastic view far into the Rhine Valley. At this picturesque place above the Rhine island Nonnenwerth (ehem. Monastery, today high school with boarding school) Federal Chancellor Gerhard Schröder received in June 1999 (on the sidelines of the G8 summit in Cologne) the US-American president Bill Clinton for a dinner.
Rolandseck, historic train station, Arp Museum, wildlife park
Remagen, Apollinariskirche, the peace museum in the bridge towers of the ehem. "Bridge of Remagen and the ostrich farm Gemarkenhof: On average, 500 animals on around 250,000 m2.
Bad Breisig is the fairytale forest
Brohl-Lützing, the "Vulkan Express" = Brohltalbahn travels to Engeln in the Eifel
Andernach, the world's highest cold water geyser with the associated geyser center
Koblenz with the famous Deutsches Eck and the Kaiser Wilhelm monument at the confluence of the Rhine and the Moselle
Cable car over the Rhine to the fortress EhrenbreitsteinGet the full listing »