Relaxation in sweeping nature…
Surrounded by meadows, woods and ponds, in the middle of the Westerwald, the Heinz Hotel is situated on a sweeping piece of land that extends to the meadows and lakes of the unspoilt, peaceful Brexbach valley near Höhr-Grenzhausen. The surroundings virtually invite you to go hiking or cycling. Tranquil and peaceful places under shady trees can be found everywhere, on the meadows and down in the floodplains, where you can relax at ease. In the neighbouring Lahn valley, canoe trips can be booked. There is a riding ring and a tennis court right beside this beautiful wellness hotel. In spite of its near to nature location, this hotel that lies between Frankfurt and Cologne is easy to access.
Some of the multifarious wellness arrangements in the well-equipped wellness department are especially aimed at couples. Relaxation rituals in cosy togetherness can be enjoyed in the “private wellness suite” or in the “private Hamam by night”. The style that the Heinz family has given their hotel combines high quality country style with modern elements and thus creates a light and airy atmosphere dominated by warm colours.
The Hotel Heinz is a good place for splendid riding holidays: excellent stabling, airy boxes, a number of countryside areas for hacks and paddocks next to the house. Nassau Natural Park provides various horseback-riding trails.The wellness hotel is affiliated to the Kräuterwind Initiative and employs two herbal experts. They familiarise guests with wild plants in terms of both cooking and wellness.
The landscape offers many beautiful creek valleys and lakes. The Rhine Valley itself belongs to the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Vineyards and châteaux border the river; adjacent rivers Lahn and Mosel are equally renowned for their great wines. The Eifel region in the west is famous for its volcanic history, still alive in the typical tuff-cones and maars. Visit the 2000-year old city of Koblenz nearby and “Festung Ehrenbreitstein”, a Prussian fortress erected on the site of earlier fortifications dating back to 1000 BC.