Five nights dinner bed & breakfast.
A long established and well-loved hotel, owned by the Wagner family. Facilities include: Good food and pleasant traditionally furnished dining room, regular entertainment in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. The hotel has a lift from street level up to the patio, and a second lift inside allows access to the bedrooms, however please note that it is not entirely suitable for those with limited mobility, as a number of stairs are always involved to gain access to the dining room. All bedrooms have a shower and some have balcony or terrace.
An early morning departure for our ferry to Calais, and then on to Kamp Bornhofen where we arrive during the evening.
We visit Rudesheim, a resort famous for the Drosselgasse - a street almost completely filled with restaurants and wine taverns. You’ll have time to take a cruise through the narrow gorge past riverside villages and the Loreley Rock, or perhaps take a ride on the popular cable car to the Niederwald monument, where you can enjoy fantastic views over the Rhine (costs not included).
A day at leisure.
Join the coach as we travel to the picturesque little town of Linz am Rhein, with colourful half-timbered houses, historic traditional building, great cafes and restaurants, and unique shops. We continue in the afternoon to the famous Deutshes Eck, or German Corner, where the Rhine and Mosel converge and we find Koblenz, one of Germany’s oldest and most beautiful towns. Take time to stroll through the old quarter, and soak up the charm amid narrow lanes, tucked away corners and delightful squares.
A great day out today alongside the River Mosel. We pass many beautiful castles and villages as we make our way to Cochem, dominated by its castle, and with picturesque cobbled streets full of speciality shops and cafes. Later we enjoy a visit to Anton Hammes Wine Cellar for a tasting.
We depart early morning for the journey back to Calais, and arrive home late evening.