Vacation Apartment in Bacharach - 538 sqft, nice, clean, modern (# 337) #337
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Vacation Apartment in Bacharach - 538 sqft, nice, clean, modern (# 337)
A balcony, access to a charming patio, and lovely window boxes are just a few of the nice features of this double room in Bacharach. The unit is conveniently located in the city center and can sleep up to 4 guests., key advantages: nice, clean, modern, 1 large living/family room with dining area, , clean, well furnished, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Bacharach, Garage, If you are looking for a special setting for your vacation, we can offer you two holiday apartments open all year round with separate living and bed rooms that meet your high demands and desires. You will feel well in the romantic Rhine valley of the Loreley and you will spend a relaxing holiday.
Apartment "Hans" has two separate rooms: one bed-room and one living-room completely furnished with kitchen (fridge available), bed-couch, three-piece-suite, dining room furniture, bathroom with shower and toilet, coffee-maker and water boiler. This apartment is tastefully decorated and equipped with modern comfort like e. g. central heating system, new floor covering and provides you with an atmosphere of “feel like at home” with a size of 50 sq. m. on one floor. It also has a balcony.
Our apartments are non-smoking apartments.
Facilities to leave your bicycles are available. Pets can possibly be brought - please ask.
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Location Frankfurt Airport: This unit is located conveniently near Frankfurt Airport. From Frankfurt Airport the distance to the unit at Oberstraße 8, 55422 Bacharach is about 73 km (45.6 miles), approximately a 54 minutes 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 $98-$163 for 2 persons. Ask for special pricing when staying one week or longer!
Unit Size: 538 square feet
Additional Features: Central Heating, Oven, Refrigerator, Television, Patio, Sofabed
Location: These apartments are located centrally in Bacharach: You will get everything you need in the shops nearby – there are restaurants, winegrowers and typical wine taverns very close to the apartment as well as doctors and pharmacies. Railway station and the Rhine promenade are to be reached within a few minutes. We are glad to organize a wine tasting or a visit of a wine cellar at one of the winegrowers. Bikes can be rent nearby.
Distances: * Railway Station ca. 100 m * Center, Old Town ca. 100 m * Boat landing stage * Rhine promenade 200 m * car ferry across the Rhine ca.1,5 km * Bingen: 15 km Motorway: * ca. 16 km Laudert (A61) * ca.13 km Rheinböllen (A61) Airport: * Frankfurt Hahn 50 km * Frankfurt Airport 90 km * Köln/Bonn Airport 140 km * Luxemburg Airport 150 km * Düsseldorf Airport 200 km * Stuttgart Airport 230 km * Nürnberg Airport 295 km Excursions within the near environment: * Castle Stahleck, ca. 300 m * Castle Stahleck, by car ca. 1,5 km * Loreley, ca 15 km * St. Goar am Rhein ca. 15 km * Boppard am Rhein 28 km * Marksburg bei Braubach 33 km * Koblenz am Rhein 48 km * Oberwesel am Rhein 5 km * Bingen /ferry to Rüdesheim) 10 km * Mainz am Rhein 46 km * Wiesbaden am Rhein 49 km * Brodenbach on the Mosel 45 km * Castle Eltz by Moselkern on the Mosel 53 km
Things to do in Bacharach: Victor Hugo discribed Bacharach in the 19. century as one of the most beautiful towns of the world.
Because of the well situated location at the Rhine River, Bacharach was the most important trade and trans-shipment centre for wine and wood at the Middlerhine.
The town still enchanted with a lot of half timbered houses, especially the Old Posthof with his magnificent inner courtyard and the Old House built in 1568.
The city walls of Bacharach (built in the 14. century) and Oberwesel are the most preserved walls at the Middlerhine. Wernerchapelle: The building - started in 1290 - is a major work of Rhinish Gothic style and is located on a slope in a vineyard.
The “Wernerkapelle” has strongly been damaged due to the blasting of the castle “Stahleck” and a later landslide. Since 1787 it is only a ruin of the building with no vault and roofs. However, its filigree net of shiningly red sandstone is an unforgettable dream formation. Castle “Stahleck": … was already documented in the year 1095. It became residence of the counts “Pfalzgrafen am Rhein” in 1142. In 1194 the castle was the scene of a "peace marriage" between the enemies “Staufer” and “Welfen”. A short time later the castle was owned by the “Wittelsbacher”. In 1689 this great building was burned down and was rebuilt in the years 1925/27 on its foundations as a youth hostel.Footpath from Bacharach: 25 minutes; visit only possible upon time arrangement. Church St.Peter: The protestantic church is a romanesque basilica with galeries and windows that have been enlarged in late-gothic style. The town hall of Bacharach Possibilities for excursions out of Bacharach:By ship: You have the possibility to do lovely excursions on the Rhine with different kinds of passenger ships: You could e. g. take one of the numerous passenger boats and go down the river from Bacharach to Boppard along the castle "Pfalzgrafenstein", Oberwesel and the legendary rock of the Loreley.
There you can leave the boat and visit the sights of Boppard like the city wall which is supposed to be in the best condition of all Roman city walls in Germany. Another 11 of 28 round towers of the city wall, which were once set up by the Romans are still left. Another big eye-catcher of Boppard is church “Sankt Severus” whose twin-towers tower highly above the town. After a nice walk through the worthwhile old town of Boppard you go back on board of a ship and start the journey back to Bacharach.
You have also got the opportunity to go upstream from Bacharach to Assmanshausen or Rüdesheim by ship.
From Assmanshausen you have the possibility to take a chairlift and go up to the famous monument "Niederwalddenkmal"in Rüdesheim. The figure of the monument already measures 10.55 meters high and stands on a pedestal that is 25 meters high. From the monument "Niederwalddenkmal" you have the possibility to either take the chairlift back to Assmannshausen or to Rüdesheim on the Rhine where you can visit the famous "Drosselgasse" or go on board of a ship and return back to Bacharach. By car: You drive along the rhine river (B9)in the direction of Koblenz .You can go sightseeing in beautiful towns like Oberwesel, St.Goar or Boppard as well many castles and views, e.g. the "Vierseenblick", the "Siebenjungfrauenblick" or the "Loreleyblick".
You can also use one of the ferries to get to the other rhineside. There you can visit the castles and sightseeings. Castles: The beautiful castles and fortresses belongs to the distinctive feature of the middlerhine. This castle density is unique in the world. (here the castle Sooneck in Niederheimbach.)
In the thirty-year-old war 1618-48 or in other later wars, many castles were damaged. At the beginning of the 19th century the castles has been rebuilt totally or partly.
The "Pfalzgrafenstein" near Kaub was build on a rockisland in the rhine river. Hiking: Short distance walks or several days lasting tours for visitors with low condition or with many experience - the footpathes can be used by everyone.
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.