The Meyer family runs its hotel in the quiet district of Sehl of the well-known town of Cochem. The hotel is divided into four buildings that join each other via the common garden, which integrate well into the surroundings of the Mosel. On the inside, Mediterranean flair is combined with regional style, in the same way as in the freshly opened wellness villa. In the independent building on the hotel grounds, numerous beauty and wellness applications can be enjoyed in the stylish villa-like atmosphere, Among these being vinotherapy, various massages and pair treatment.
The hotel’s own little shop with products and wines typical of the Mosel region. The wellness vial newly opened in 2010 with a pool and sauna on the ground floor as well as a beauty farm, treatment rooms and spa suites on the upper floor: Vinotherapy and thalassotherapy, various peelings and poultices, hot stone, lomi lomi, reflex zone, classic and sport massages. One of the suites is equipped with a spacious double bath: A possibility for a couple to relax together in one of the many baths. Guided hiking tours, golf (www.golfcochem.de).
If you are interested in wine, then the right place for you is the Keßler-Meyer Wellness Hotel on the River Mosel. As one of the top growing areas of Germany, the Mosel comes up with mainly mineral-complex Rieslings. Even optically, the region is a pleasure: Slate-supported steep hillsides, the Mosel meandering through tight valleys and colourful vines on the hillsides in the autumn. Towards the north, one moves into the Vulkan Eifel with its circular maars and middle-aged castles. And all around, woods and nature protection areas await hikers and walkers. Due to the relatively short distance (an hour’s drive each), trips to Koblenz or Trier can be made. Alternatively, you can also enter one of the cruise ships in Cochem and marvel at the Mosel terraces from the water.
If you wanted to, you could dine at a different place every day of your wellness holiday at the Keßler-Meyer Wellness Hotel. In any case, there is no lack of unique, gastronomic rooms: The noblest is the Klostergarten restaurant. Delights typical for the Mosel region as well as dishes inspired by Italy are served in a classical, elegant atmosphere. An elegant start to the day here is with a sparkling wine breakfast buffet. With a view of the Reichsburg, one can dine in the Burggarten restaurant, a conservatory decorated with a lot of greenery. If you prefer it more rustic, you will feel comfortable in the Schmandelecker, the Brauselaystube or in the Ofenstube – comfortable rooms, inspired by the region, some heated by a soapstone oven. There are two patios for you to enjoy the beautiful weather: The sun patio where you can have breakfast in the summer or the patio of the Mediterranean restaurant Oleandergarten. The only place missing is where to relax and spend time after dinner. And in fact: Wine, beer or spirits wander in the Bacchus-Treff, room number eight, across the bar.
in Rhineland-Palatinate Cochem, halfway between Koblenz and Trier on the banks of the Mosel, surrounded by terraced shaped slopes covered with vine. Only a short walk along the river separates the hotel guests from the town centre. This is where the spectacular sections of the Mosel, the Cochemer Krampen, come to an end: The river has dug its way deep into the Rhenish Massif at a length of 20 kilometres and meanders in numerous, sharp bends through the valley with its steep vine-covered hillsides. The Mosel unites France, Belgium and German.