Vacation Apartment in Bacharach - 920 sqft, new apartment, beautiful views to Rhine river and Taunus…
The vacation apartment "Stahleck" (85 m²) sleeps up to 4 people and is situated on the ground floor of new residential building. All rooms are bright and friendly. It has 2 spacious bedrooms with double beds and linens-related; added temporary beds is possible, extra sleep option on a sofa bed, living and dining room with radio, DVD and satellite TV, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, toaster, electric kettle, large freezer, refrigerator, oven and 4 plate hob, completely new furniture, bathroom with shower / WC, hairdryer and towels, very large balcony with beautiful view of the Rhine river and the Taunus., key advantages: new apartment, beautiful views to Rhine river and Taunus, fully equipped kitchen, clean, well furnished, , bright and inviting,
The Apartment "Stahleck" has 85 m² for 4 people on the ground floor of the new residential building, all rooms are bright and friendly. It has 2 spacious bedrooms with double beds and related bedding, rollaway beds are available, with additional sleeping on a sofa bed. Living and dining room with radio, DVD and satellite TV, fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, microwave, toaster, kettle, large fridge, freezer, oven and 4 plate hob, totally refurbished, bathroom with shower / WC, hair dryer and towels, very large balcony with beautiful views of the Rhine and the Taunus.
The tower of the house offers enough space to sit together for meals, games, parties, or a cozy meal with the whole family.
The living room offers all the comforts of DVD radio, satellite TV, internet and a comfortable sofa bed.
The kitchen is very large, fully equipped with microwave, large freezer, refrigerator, dishwasher, etc.
The bedrooms are very spacious and offer a "heavenly peace", a restful sleep. The one bedroom has direct access to large balcony overlooking the Rhine, rising on the other side of the Taunus mountain range.
The bathroom has a shower (no step), hair dryer, towels, floor and towel heater
* Linen, electricity, central heating and towels are included in the price!
* Use of the washing machine for a small fee
* Cool drinks in the fridge upon request
* Prepared meals from our own production in the refrigerator, depending on the product
There is free Internet and Wifi available, which is password protected. Please ask the owner when arriving to provide you with the access code.
Legend of the name of the apartment
The castle is first documented by the Electorate of Cologne in 1135 as a fief. 1142, Hermann of Stahleck became Count Palatine of the Rhine and Elector. 1214 Stahleck falls through to the Wittelsbach family, where it remains until 1802. In the Thirty Years' War the castle was conquered and devastated several times. The castle was finally repaired in the Palatinate War of Succession in 1689 to the ruins, like most castles in the Upper Middle Rhine Valley.
In the 19th century, the castle belonged to the personal property of the Prussian Crown Prince Friedrich Wilhelm, who gave it to his wife in 1829. Before his visit, zealous subjects had leveled the "medieval rubbish", so that one was under reconstruction. It was not until 1909, when the castle became the property of the Rhenish Society for Conservation and Landscape Protection Association, Cologne, securing work began to the ring and shield wall. From 1925 the castle was rebuilt on the foundations of the palace as a hostel. In the Third Reich on Stahleck a youth re-education camp was set up. Since the war, the castle is again a hostel. It has since been leased by the Rhenish society to the Youth Hostel Association of Rhineland-Palatinate.
The newly constructed buildings are - as hostel - not to visit. The farm is accessible and because it is closed to the Rhine side only by a low parapet gives a fine view over the Rhine Valley. Is on medieval remains (the only castle in the region with a moat), and the shield wall to the mountain side is worth seeing. A particularly impressive castle overlooking the Rhine valley and you have after a short climb to a platform located above the castle.
Location Frankfurt Airport:
This unit is located conveniently near Frankfurt Airport. From Frankfurt Airport the distance to the unit at Ringstraße 4, 55422 Bacharach is about 80 km (50.0 miles), approximately a 1 hour 2 mins drive by car. In addition, there are good public transportation options available for Bacharach, in case you don't want to rent a car. At the top of this page is also a map with the exact location of the object.
Rate Summary: starting prices from USD $66-$97 for 2 persons. Special rates for longer booking
Unit Size: 920 square feet
Additional Features: Internet Access, Wireless Internet, Central Heating, Oven, Dish Washer, Microwave, Refrigerator, Toaster, Washing Machine, Television, Satellite TV, DVD Player, Balcony, Sofabed
The Middle Rhine region and the Middle Rhine Valley are World Heritage sites since June 2002. And not in vain because of this narrow, indented by numerous steep rocky ridge Rhine forms the scenic backdrop for a memorable vacation. Here is the Loreley's home, and one fortress or castle ruin follows the other. Their names - Stahleck Schönburg, Mark Burg, Sooneck, Reichenstein, Rheinstein, Ebernburg the middle of the Rhine are situated Pfalzgrafenstein and many other world famous castles. For active holiday there are many paths through the region. The woods and adjacent vineyards offer a variety of marked hiking trails.
Those who are not (longer) so athletic, can learn to relax on the terrace and enjoy the beautiful view through the Rhine Valley or wander through the valley with your own car and know the many attractions. Even the restaurants and wine taverns of wineries invite you to stay and offer a taste of the local specialties from the wine cellars.
Get to know the wine-producing towns, with their sometimes still existing medieval fortifications and their often well-preserved town centers. You will enjoy the beauty of the half-timbered houses that are built on the Rhine running parallel to the main roads and small streets branching off. In Bacharach is the tourist information office Rhine-Nahe. The medieval town with its ancient city walls, castle Stahleck, Gothic Werner Chapel, and the ruin of Stahlberg in the village of Steeg are a strong attraction for travelers. Other attractions in Bacharach: Old House, Market Square; old Posthof, Ev. Church of St. Peter; yard with Cath. Church of St. Nicholas; Kurpfälzische mint (former mint); Kurpfälzer Amtskeller (now Town Hall), the largely preserved town wall (curtain wall and towers), and the lovely half-timbered houses in Bacharach and the city's earlier village quarters Steeg, Neurath, and Henschhausen.
Romantic is of course a ride on the ship. The tour offered by the shipping companies is versatile and a ride aboard the white Rhine Fleet is an experience for every visitor. Even at night you can take a Rhine cruise. The ships are illuminated and are on board is abundant [= destination: eat: eating:] and drink with music and dance. Shorter is a ride on one of the numerous car ferries that take passengers every 20 minutes from one to the other side of the river.
* About 14 km swimming in St. Goar Werlau
* About 13 km Heated indoor pool with sauna and solarium Rheinböllen
* About 20 km Rudesheim with the Niederwald monument and Drosselgasse
* About 16 km [= destination: bingen: Bingen:] and the famous Mouse Tower
* About 13 km St. Goar with castle Rheinfels and so much more
* About 45 km provincial capital [= destination: Mainz: Mainz] with Dom
* About 12 km deer park Rheinböllen
* About 4 km from Bacharach boat tours
* About 5 km [= destination: Oberwesel: Oberwesel:] - City of Towers and Wine
* About 35 km Simmern / Hunsrück Schinderhannes tower
* About 22 km to the chairlift Vierseenblick in [= destination: boppard: Boppard:]
* About 45 km [= destination: Koblenz: Koblenz:] and the German Corner
* About 14 km St. Goar with the Lorelei rock
* About 50 km gemstone city Idar-0berstein
* About 45 km [= destination: Bad Kreuznach, Bad Kreuznach:] with the famous bridge houses
* Castles and ruins along the Rhine valley
Rustic Tractor Ride
The wine area Bacharach Wolf Cave / south side of the Steeger valley. Start in front of the house.
The tractor can accommodate up to 25 people in the trailer.
The tractor ride goes from the house through the woods and meadows of the Rhine ridge beyond Bacharach by the medieval city gate "Steeger gate" into Steeger valley and into the vineyard Bacharach Wolfshöhle on the sunny side of the Steeger valley for wine tasting with 5 Middle Rhine wine and bread (available on request and also pre-order coffee and cake) in the middle of vineyards, with beautiful views of the castle Stahleck and the Rhine valley. Then the tractor ride goes through woods and fields back to the house, or continues on the Vogelswiese about 7 miles through woods and fields to the restaurant wine house "Singing Wirt" in Perscheid.
Here is a tour of the wine cellar and a stay in the guest room or in the wine-hall with live music and dance. Then it goes back to the tractor to the house.
More travel info about Bacharach: The beautifully preserved medieval city of Bacharach lies in the heart of the Middle Rhine region. Bacharach is said to have been founded in pre-Roman times, possibly by the Celts. Town highlights include Stahleck Castle (now a youth hostel), many sections of the original town walls, The Church of St. Peter, historic half-timbered houses, the Gothic ruins of the Wernerkapelle, a Roman road in the Kuehlberg area, and the Stahlberg Castle ruins in the nearby village of Steeg. Many wineries are located in Bacharach and the nearby towns of the Rhine-Nahe wine growing region.