Rhine Pearl Hideaways - Ground Floor

For up to 4 People

About the Accommodation

Fully modernized 90 sq. meter, ground floor, one bedroom apartment with a big screen to watch Amazon Prime and Netflix (free of charge, regular TV programm over the installed Zattoo app) and a premium Teufel / Yamaha sound system (MusicCast-ready). A comfortable bed with two new mattresses (180cm x 200cm bed size), a sofa-bed (giving the possibility to host an extra two people) in the lounge, a big corner bath tub and glass shower in the bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and washing machine. As a new feature we've now included a concert piano as well as triple glass windows for energy and sound insulation. The entertainment program, strong Internet WiFi connection and a large patio makes the apartment your perfect hideaway. All linen is provided, as well as, some toiletries and products needed to make tea and coffee.

Address: Kirchstr. 44, 55430 Oberwesel, Germany

Size: 90.0 m², 3 Rooms, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Beds: 1 Double bed, 1 Child bed, 1 Sofa bed, 1 Couch

Prices: 65 EUR - 65 EUR / Night

More pricing information:

The overnight stay price includes 7% German VAT. 40% discount on 28 nights and longer.


  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Washing machine
  • Shampoo
  • Iron
  • Smoking not allowed
  • Cookware
  • Coffee machine
  • Kettle
  • Dining Table
  • Smart TV
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Dryer
  • Hangers
  • Pets allowed
  • High chair
  • Soundsystem
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Streaming



Cancel up to 5 days before check in and get a full refund. Cancel within 5 days of your trip and the first night is non-refundable, but 50% of the cost for the remaining nights will be refunded. We will refund you for over-payments if necessary.

Here you can save up to 20% compared to our Airbnb / Homeaway offer. More photos can be found on our Airbnb page.


The apartment is situated right in the centre of Oberwesel's old town. The river Rhine, town hall, post office, bakery, off-license, beauty shop, main train station and river boat landing are only 5 minutes walk from the house. There are also two large grocery stores at easy reach (15 min. by foot/5 min. by car). Its location serves as a perfect starting point for hikers and cyclist, as it is situated just under one of the valley walls. The town itself offers a few culinary highlights such as the Historische Weinwirtschaft, Goldener Pfropfenzieher, Günderodehaus, Ferienhof Hardthöhe (watch out for their seasonal events) and, last but not least, fine dining delights at the Schönburg Castle Hotel. Schönburg Castle does not only offer delicious food, but also an incredible view of the Rhine river wining down the valley and a fun, rocky hike up. The town also hosts a wide variety of restaurants and cafés, such as Pizzeria Da Antonio (the name is sort of a give away), restaurant Alanya (Turkish restaurant for sitting in or taking away), Bistros Mitado or Salamander (offering a wide selection of snacks and more), Café Bonsch (traditional German tea-room-like for afternoon 'Kaffee und Kuchen' or breakfasts) and one of the gems of Oberwesel, Zum Lamm (casual restaurant, serving super traditional German food and their self produced wine, amongst other drinks, of course). Moving away from Oberwesel, there are also loads of wine makers and farms close-by. To explore all their fine tastes would take you a lifetime, so we are more than happy to provide you with a list of our recommendations, should you prefer taking a little shortcut. Neighbouring famous Rhine valley villages and towns with their many fabulous castles are also worth seeing. Well known towns such as Bacharach (6,8 km), Sankt Goar (8,6 km) and Bingen (23,2 km) and big cities, such as Koblenz (48,9 km), Mainz (52,2 km) and Wiesbaden (56,8 km) are easy to reach by train, car, bicycle or foot.


There are hourly and bi-hourly regional trains to Oberwesel from Frankfurt, Mainz and Koblenz. Wiesbaden can be easily accessed from Mainz. There is also a local train that goes from Mainz to Cologne, which is good for hopping on and off and visiting all the nearby villages. All villages may also be hiked or cycled to. Bicycle rental, including eBikes (40km approx. range), are available upon request from Fahrradverleih Hans Höhe - Frauenstraße 38, Oberwesel - Opening times: 08:00-12:00 hrs. A ferry leaves directly from Oberwesel to the Rhine villages on the other side of the river, such as Kaub and Rüdesheim. There are also river boat tours, which can be booked via "Köln-Düsseldorfer" Website.

A car is not needed, but recommended for short trips. The cheapest local parking is at the train station in Oberwesel. There you can pull a day ticket for 2 EUR. In the city center of Oberwesel parking spaces are available for 8 EUR a day. The garages open at 07:00 hrs and close at 22:00 hrs. Overnight parking is allowed. Since public parking can be a headache (not well mentioned in Maps) here are two addresses to easily locate the two available garages via GPS: Rheinstr. 3a, 55430 Oberwesel / Schaarplatz 1 (currently closed). There are are also street parking spaces, however, they are usually limited to parking duration (2 hrs max. from Mon-Fri, from 07:00-19:00 hrs) or driver type (teachers only, from Mon-Fri, from 07:00-14:00 hrs). Along the B9 federal road daily parking tickets can be purchased.