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Townhouse / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Townhouse / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Modern townhouse set in a lovely village location. If you are looking for natural relaxation, surrounded by vineyards and forests, with an ideal starting point for your bicycle or walking tour, as well as good food and wonderful wines…..then this is the place for you.
The house has a large sunny lounge on the top floor, Fully fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms, bathroom, sitting area on the ground floor plus a lovely south west facing terrace. with views of the river and vineyards opposite.
Parking is available on the street outside the front of the house or you can park down at the river and walk up to the house.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Mosel promenade 200 m|
|Will consider||House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Frankfurt Hahn 52 km, Nearest railway: Klotten 200 m|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||2 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Single beds (2), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details indoors|
Emails/reviews from Guests
Thank you we had a lovely week. Your house was very comfortable and we were very fortunate with the weather. We spent a lot of time on the terrace and enjoyed having breakfast out there in the sunshine.
Every one in the village was very friendly and we enjoyed walking to Cochem - especially taking the ferry over the river and walking on the wooded side of the path. Really have to agree with your restaurant recommendation - we ate there twice.
Stayed 30th June-7th July 2012
After a long journey from Paris, we arrived at your lovely house in Klotten, We are had a great time, especially eating ribs at Dorfschanke !! Superb with à few glasses of BITburger. We visited the castle in Cochem and Berg Eltz, both were lovely and well worth a visit, that was our first time in Germany and we will definitely be visiting again.
Guest Visited 10th-18th August 2012
We arrived home safely yesterday via Rotterdam and the port of Hull having experienced a wonderful holiday in the Mosel. Your house as expected provided us with a comfortable base from which to explore and discover new places of interest such as Bad Munstereifel and Bad Bertrich. We also managed to visit the Wine festival at Traben Trarbach and purchased a dozen bottles of Klotten wine from your local winery. Visits to your local restaurants were most enjoyable as were our meals at Fisch - Fritz in Valwig.
What a superb staircase leading to the three floors in your property, I bet that cost a few bob. We returned the key to your security box outside, switched off all gas boiler switches and unplugged all Tvs.
Thank you for providing such a comfortable home from home, wishing you every success in lettings for the future.
Guest stayed Sept 2012
“Home from home in a quiet location overlooking the Mosel”
Reviewed 17 September 2012 for a stay in September 2012
Great Balcony for sunny days. Comfortable beds and seating areas, excellent bathroom facilities. Lashings of hot water and a comprehensive kitchen suite with dining table.?On the top floor a huge lounge with flat screen TV having mainly German channels but CNN for you American travelers. We managed to view Andy Murray winning The American Open on Eurosport although the picture was very snowy. Good eating places in Klotten including an Italian (Large portions)?Good centre for touring The Rhine and Mosel.
Thank you for your nice review, you will be pleased to hear I have now arranged for satellite tv to be installed for next year.
|Further details outdoors|
The holiday region of Klotten is a paradise for cyclists, mountain bikers, motor bikers, hikers, water sport enthusiasts, wine lovers and those interested in culture. Night life isnt far away either, just a short drive/walk away in Cochem.... The wine and holiday village Klotten lies between and within easy reach of the large tourist cities of Trier and Koblenz, (if your looking for more action) and in the surrounding area of the district town Cochem. (3 km) Here in Klotten you will find peace and tranquillity within the rural Mosel, together with genuine hospitality.Klotten offers the best environment for a calm and relaxing start to your holiday in Germany.
The house is situated on a hill and may not be suitable for people with walking difficulties.
The Rhineland-Palatinate region
There are ten wonderful regions to visit in Rhineland-Palatinate, each one a fascinating and uniquely beautiful part of the state, ranging from the healthy pleasures of the Ahr Valley and the fresh, verdant Westerwald forest to the wine-lovers' paradise of the Moselle region, with plenty of unspoilt scenery on either side of the twisting river. The Eifel with its volcanic history is to the north, and the densely wooded Hunsrück hills lie to the south. Glittering gemstones and warm mineral springs can be found in the Nahe region, whilst Rheinhessen has a Mediterranean feel. Wonderful wine is all around here. The Palatinate is the state's "garden", its wines, vegetables and stunning scenery reminiscent of Tuscany. The amazing Rhine region is characterised by vineyards, quaint mediaeval towns, castles and palaces.
The Polish queen Richeza, Count Palatine Ezzo’s daughter and Emperor Otto II’s granddaughter, quite probably stayed with her three children between 1040 and 1049 in Klotten, where she had herself built a chapel (Nikolauskirche, or Saint Nicholas’s Church) and a dwelling tower, which was linked by a bridge to the chapel. Upon her death on 21 March 1063, she bequeathed all that she owned to the Brauweiler Benedictine Abbey near Cologne. Her sarcophagus stands today in Cologne Cathedral, to the left below the High Altar, the “Epiphany Shrine”.
Klotten lies on the river Moselle and is surrounded by steep slate slopes.
Vineyards in Klotten include Burg Coraidelstein, Brauneberg and Rosenberg.
The leisure centre Cochem is located only 2km away and is accessable by crossing the river on the boat in Klotten.
The "Wild and Freizeitpark Klotten is close by, which will keep the younger members of the family entertained. The "Dortebachtal", is located approximately 1 km downstream from Klotten, It is an alpine-looking erosion valley, with a lot of rare animals and plants, a lovely place if you enjoy walking.
Burg Eltz the wonderfully preserved castle is also only 20 km away.
During the summer months you will always find a wine festival at one of the many villages along the mosel river, where you will get to taste the lovely wines of the region and enjoy the friendliness of the locals.
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26 Aug 2014
"A home from home, well placed for touring the area."
A nice, very well equipped, clean and tidy house. The beds were particularly comfortable too.There are 3 generations in our extended family - ranging 72 to 2.5 years. A downstairs lounge and an upstairs tv room meant we could be together or separate, as we chose. We got used to the narrow village roads which do need great care. Parking outside the property was a little tricky. We visited Cochem a few times, the Wildlife and Open-air Park (excellent), the Castle (a strenuous walk up) and walked along the paths on both sides of the river at Klotten. Avoid the so called wine-train at Cochem. It is a waste of money. The sesselbahn up to the woodland walk and bar was well worthwhile. The REWE supermarket at Cochem takes VISA and is well stocked, with a surprising number of veggie foodstuffs available. Veggie is not big on local restaurant menus. If you want to use VISA cards, make sure the establishment takes them beforehand. We also drove through several villages along the roads following the Mosel upstream on both sides for about 20km. There are several kids' playgrounds along the way. Further afield, we drove to Trier (Roman Gate) and Koblenz (Roman Ruins and Cathedral) plus the Geyser and Rhine/Mosel confluence at Andernach. A thoroughly enjoyable holiday. The Spatburgunder Trocken wine is great value. The house is a credit to the owner. Thank you.
28 Apr 2014
"Excellent,it does what it says on the tin, wanted for nothing"
Great house, great views, ideal situation, people very friendly in town, only 20 min walk to Cochem, train every hour 1 euro 80 single, we walked in and train back, last one about 2230 from Cochem, ferry across water only operates weekends except July ,August when its every day. Balcony off of kitchen is a sun trap during morning, the satalite tv is very useful, try all the bars/restaurants and decide for yourself which is good for you, there are loads to get through
27 Sep 2013
"Comfortable house in a quiet location, yet plenty of restaurants and bars in walking distance"
Really enjoyable location with plenty to do nearby with a half hour stroll into Cochem. The house has a lovely sitting area on the third floor and a nice terrace where you can soak the sun when it is out. Wifi would have been handy when we were looking for nearby points of interest.
20 Aug 2013
"Excellent in every way"
This most comfortable house is as clean, well-equipped and well-situated as you would wish. On three levels, it contains two lounges, two good-sized bedrooms, a full bathroom, kitchen/dining room and lovely outdoor terrace with furniture. It is in a lovely wine-producing village with a small supermarket and a number of eating places within easy walking distance. A railway station in the village means easy access to other parts of the region, and there are numerous activities, including plenty of walking routes, on the doorstep.
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