Our guesthouse was once the estate director’s home and has recently been renovated. Ideally located between the vines and nature, it is the perfect starting point for hiking or cycle tours.
The former estate director’s house was constructed in 1910 as part of the Royal Prussian Wine Domaine that is today Gut Hermannsberg. Until the estate’s privatization in 1998 it remained the estate director’s residence. Today it’s a place of relaxation for guests from far and wide.
A LOVINGLY RENOVATED HISTORICAL BUILDING
With a great feeling for detail the former state director’s house was renovated and modernized, along with the winery buildings that today house out vinothek and restaurant. In both buildings double rooms and apartments offer a wide range of possibilities.
SLEEP AND RELAX CLOSE TO NATURE
Our famous vineyards lie within the breathtaking and picturesque landscape of the Nahe Valley and our guesthouse stands between them like a jewel in a crown. Here, in splendid isolation, is the perfect place to escape the hurly-burly of the workaday world, to chill and to find inspiration.
A STARTING POINT FOR HIKING AND CYCLE TOURS
Our guesthouse is also an ideal starting point for hiking or cycle tours through the surrounding vineyards and along the Nahe Valley. The region also gives wellness fans and golfers some ideal opportunities. Take a look at our special offers.