The room was very clean and spacious. Silvia and Klaus were lovely and very helpful, so no complaints there. However, as I got room #8 facing the train track and church tower, it got noisy sometimes at night. Breakfast was not a big spread but still good. Loved the big and thick towels. Wifi connection was quite limited/slow and mobile connection in Boppard generally is not great. But good for going off the grid.
We stay only one night and wish I could stay longer.
The room was clean and renovated so as bathroom. Towels were very soft and thick!
Wish they have a thick or blackout curtains on the window. We were hardly fall sleep because from the outside lights.
Breakfast was pretty good. The owner made us fresh and warm scramble eggs. Bread was warm and fresh so as coffee, too.
The building was old but well-maintained. And good location for sure!
if you want a typical german warm welcome you will get it here,lovely location,few minutes walk to town centre and rhine,its opposite roman ruins but in heart of the town,the hotel is traditional german rustic style,especialy the restaurant,first time we went we had the luxury room on top floor,its lovely,but no lift,so last summer we had a very nice twin on the first floor,
Sylvie and her family and staff made us so welcome,like home from home,the food is very good,all home cooked,the buffet breakfast is huge too,such great value,
I stayed at the Hotel Sonnehof for two nights while visiting the Christmas markets along the Rhine. The little hotel is part of a small restaurant and is about a ten minute walk from the train station. There are only a few rooms... it is more like a B and B than a hotel.
When I arrived, the proprietoress was at the Xmas market in the town square. Luckily I had emailed her what time I would be arriving by train. When I arrived at the hotel, everything was locked shut and a sign on the door informed me (in German, which I could not read) where she was. However, just as I was despairing what I would do, she came up and street and all was well after that.
The hotel is right across from some Roman ruins and my room overlooked the site. A very interesting view out of my window! The room was very clean,modern and functional. The bed was extremely comfortable. The hotel is close to the rail lines ( all towns along the Rhine may be the same) so one should expect some noise from the passing trains. You can't really get away from that if you are staying in this area).
My breakfasts were cooked to order if I wished. As well, I could select from the buffet. I also ate dinner in the hotel restaurant one evening upon my return from a Xmas market. I discovered that there were almost no other restaurants open at that time of the year in the town!
The proprietoress speaks English very well and we chatted each morning as I ate breakfast.
Would I stay here again? Yes, it was very reasonable and I ate well and slept ok.
Sonnenhof is typical of small B&Bs I have visited along the Rhine River. The proprietress is very friendly. The rooms are oddly configured as the ancient architecture was adapted to modern sensibilities requiring in-room toilet and bathing facilities. Obviously, at the prices charged it does not include air conditioning. I am not sure if wifi is included or not--a sign in the room promised "free WI LAN," but although my iToy could see the signal, I could never get it to connect. It wasn't so critical to me that I bothered to pursue it further.