Your Stay

Our location

Welcome to our inclusive hotel in the beautiful Ahr Valley. Our total of 72 rooms offer you a comfortable home away from home. Despite the recent flood disaster in 2021, we are proud that the Ahr Valley is slowly finding its way back to its usual beauty.

Our central location directly at the historic train station in Bad Neuenahr allows you to reach the city center, the spa gardens and the famous red wine hiking trail in just a few minutes on foot. Furthermore, you can expect to find wineries, sights such as the former government bunker or the Roman villa and a special climate with 1500 hours of sunshine per year. The Rhine is only 12 kilometers away from Bad Neuenahr. On its banks you will find the picturesque towns of Linz and Unkel or within easy reach the cities of Bonn, Cologne and Koblenz with their diverse cultural offerings.

Other worthwhile side trips might take you to the Arp Museum in Remagen, to the Laacher See with the Maria Laach Abbey or to the "Green Hell" at the Nürburgring.

Enjoy the beautiful landscape with its vineyards and experience unforgettable days in our hotel garni with social added value.

We cordially invite you to get to know us.

Arrival by train

A comfortable journey to the hotel is possible by train. The historic train station of Bad Neuenahr is located in the immediate vicinity of the hotel and is only a minute's walk away. Thus, after arriving at the station, you can quickly and easily check into the hotel and look forward to your stay. A barrier-free connection between the station and the Hotel Zum Weinberg also allows people in wheelchairs to reach the hotel without any problems.

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Arrival by car

It is also possible to arrive comfortably by car. We have our own parking lot, the access to which is located between the station and the hotel. Please use the intercom at the barrier system to gain access to the parking lot. If there is no parking space available, park your vehicle briefly in the supplier parking lot and come to the reception. We will be happy to help you and show you other parking options.

We would like to inform you that our parking lot is under video surveillance to ensure the safety of our guests and their vehicles.

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Experience the Ahr Valley

Rugged cliffs and steep vineyards characterize the valley in northern Rhineland-Palatinate, home to some top red wines. Those looking for a varied getaway will find what they are looking for here, even after the tide has gone out. Because on just under 90 kilometers from the source to the mouth of the Rhine, the small Ahr Valley still offers magnificent landscapes, outstanding sights, exciting guided tours for guests and lively joie de vivre. Whether you come alone, as a couple or as a family - experience love at first sight when you get to know the Ahr Valley!

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Hiking in the Ahr Valley

Scenic and diverse

The Ahr Valley is one of the most popular hiking regions in Germany. Even after the flood, hikers are offered a unique natural landscape with rolling hills, wild rocky crags and almost Mediterranean vineyards. Between vines and rocky gorges, between wide meadow plateaus and quiet forest paths, you can enjoy a wide view over the valley. Numerous hiking trails are available for you to get to know the Ahr valley.

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Cycling in the Ahr Valley

Ahr cycle path under reconstruction

Cycling is one of the most popular leisure activities in the Ahr valley. However, the flood unfortunately destroyed large parts of the popular Ahr cycle path, which was a paradise especially for pleasure cyclists. Currently, the path is only passable again on the sections Blankenheim to Fuchshofen and Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler to Sinzig partly with detours. Plans for reconstruction are underway, but the creation of a new bicycle path will take some time.

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Guided tours

Guided tours and guided hikes

Get to know the Ahr Valley first hand! With regular guest tours, guided hikes, adventure wine tastings and tours, you can immerse yourself in the history, culture, life and landscape of the Ahr Valley. Look over the shoulders of the winegrowers in the wine cellar, discover the secrets of the mighty Ahrweiler Ahr Gate or lace up your hiking boots for one of our themed hikes: Here, everyone is guaranteed to find his or her "daily seduction".

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Government bunker documentation site

The once most secret building of the Federal Republic

The most secret structure of the Federal Republic of Germany was once hidden under the vineyards between Ahrweiler and Dernau in a tunnel 20 kilometers long. Its official name was "Alternative headquarters of the constitutional organs of the Federal Republic of Germany in crisis and war" - known as the "government bunker" for short. The documentation site has not been affected by the flood, so you can go on an exciting journey of discovery into the time of the East-West conflict.

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Museum Roman Villa

A journey through time to the Romans in the Ahr Valley

Rather by chance, the remains of a Roman estate from the 2nd to 3rd century were discovered in Ahrweiler in 1980. A sensational find without equal north of the Alps! In addition to excellently preserved walls, the museum presents a bathing complex, a kitchen and completely preserved underfloor heating systems.

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Forest climbing park Bad Neuenahr

Outdoor adventure in the trees

Look forward to an adventure for the whole family. A unique climbing experience awaits you in one of the most beautiful forests in the Ahr Valley, directly on the Neuenahrer Berg: One of the longest rope slides in Germany and over 80 climbing elements provide plenty of adrenaline for young and old. New since 2021 is the panorama course with a magnificent view of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler and the Ahr valley. The spacious paradise meadow right next to the park offers plenty of space for picnicking, playing and relaxing. Fortunately, the Waldkletterpark was not affected by the flood and is looking forward to your visit.

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