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Reviewed 2 January 2020

Everything was great- service, food, & room. Stayed in the suite & it was very comfortable & most enjoyed time. Great Hiking trails up & down the hill. Out of the way so make sure you have time to take the river cruise, it is beautiful & worth it. Must spend at least 2 full days!!

Room tip: We had the suite but looked in the smaller rooms & they seemed very accommodating
Date of stay: September 2019
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1  Thank JBoMel
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Reviewed 13 October 2019 via mobile

I stayed at this hotel this week for one night. The room looks quite ok but the bed is very short so I spent all night hitting the bottom part of it. There was no hot water in the room at all, it was rather a very small amount of non cold water so taking a shower was a terrible experience.
The restaurant had only three red wines in the list ñ, even choosing one of the “best” the quality of the wine was terrible and the price very high.

Date of stay: October 2019
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 298eduardos
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Reviewed 15 August 2019 via mobile

We stayed at this lovely little hotel last night and had a wonderful time! We booked the family suite, which gave us plenty of room. Our daughter loved the curtained bed! The rooms looked our over the Rhine and surrounding countryside, which was lovely. We enjoyed a generous prix fixed dinner and then explored the grounds. As castle bluffs it was fascinating touring and trying to figure out the original layout of the castle as some parts are in ruins. We all slept very well (the noise from the train didn't disturb us at all). We had a very filling breakfast. Before and during our visit the people were lovely to deal with; we especially enjoyed our interaction with the owner.

We had been warned to bring cash to settle the bill. Knowing that our room was up a very narrow winding staircase, we only packed backpacks to take in for the night, so we had no problem getting to the room. We noticed that there were other, smaller rooms that were much easier to get to.

We highly recommend a stay at this unique hotel.

Date of stay: August 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank bonvoyageNC
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Reviewed 26 July 2019

This Berg is one of a pair named the Hostile Brothers located high above the Rhine. You really do stay in a castle, watched over by the Suits - of armour. Konrad and his little brother at breakfast time, for example. If arriving by train at Kamp-Bornhoefen station on the Right Bank of the Rhine, the staff offer a taxi transfer from the station to the castle. I recommend their offer be accepted - the hill is steep. The Rhein Steig footpath runs right by the front entrance; Cruises on the Rhine can be taken from the pier at Kamp-Bornhoefen, towns on the Left Bank such as Boppard can be explored via the ferry (passengers and vehicles) a couple of kilometres downstream.
As may be expected in an old, old building, not everything works perfectly. Your warm shower might suddenly turn hot - or go cold. You might have some flies accompanying you for meals, or moths trying to get into your room if you have the windows open and lights on at night. But these characteristics are more than compensated by the friendliness of the staff (some do speak English), and the romantic ambience - both outside and inside. And if you come here from outside of Germany, keep an eye on the flagpoles - you might see the flag of your country flying in the breeze

Date of stay: July 2019
Thank simonhG2182PB
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Reviewed 23 July 2019

We stayed a night here on our walking tour along the Rhine. This is a great stop if you really want to stay in an old castle - in many castles most rooms are in new sections and you do not actually stay in the real castle part.
The views of the Rhine are stunning but there is some train noise. Our room was small but nicely furnished in the period. No TV or phone in rooms. No lift so be prepared to walk lots of stairs.
Dinner was included in the rate and we were served a very nice meal - drinks were extra. Suits of armour in the dining room add to the atmosphere. Staff are nice but have limited English.
Breakfast was fine with a selection of food on each table rather than a buffet. I do not think that there was any expresso coffee available. You also ned to be aware that it is cash only for payment.
All in all, this was a unique stop in a hotel full of character.

Date of stay: July 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank Go55
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