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Hotel Burg Arras features a restaurant, bar, a shared lounge and garden in Alf. All rooms feature a TV with satellite channels and a private bathroom. Simple clean rooms in a Castle high above the valley. Extremely friendly staff and nice breakfast. I had a nice dinner of regional specilties of Germany. The location is very quiet and restful above the valley.
This family-run, 3-star-superior hotel is located in the wine-growing village of Alf, a 5-minute walk from the Moselle River. It offers country-style rooms and a restaurant. Nice area and bautifull to walk or ride a bike. Nice terras at the back of the hotel.
Set amid the scenic Moselle countryside, these modern apartments are set in a historic building surrounded by forest. Wald Villa Üssbach features light-flooded rooms and a peaceful garden. Very nice, clean, cozy little hotel in a quiet and green area yet not too far from everything you need (shops, restaurants, pharmacies). There is a nice forest footpath behind the hotel. The rooms were spotless clean, very well equipped. The owners were nice and attentive.
The Panorama-Café Moselgarten in the village of Alf is just 80 ft from the Moselle River. It offers free Wi-Fi, quiet rooms with river views and a cafe with panoramic terrace. Brilliant location, over the road from river. Room very clean and comfatable. Breakfast was all fresh local produce. Staff very helpful, even arranged bike hire for us.
Set in Alf, Ferienwohnungen und Appartements - Haus Budinger offers a garden. There is a barbecue and guests can make use of free WiFi and free private parking. The property is in a good location, in a quiet area, close to the waterfront with free parking close-by. Our hosts were friendly, the apartment was clean, and had storage for our bikes. The bedrooms are a good size with comfortable beds. The balcony is nice.
The whole area middle Mosel valley has many places to visit, to enjoy good food and wine. In particular I give a tip for Onkel toms Hutte over in Bullay, (not Mondays) a stiff walk up the vineyard road but worth it for a fresh Riesling from the slate ground and of course a bite to eat before you wander back, if you should arrive by train do use the person ferry to get back to Alf if you don't fancy the road bridge. The train in Bullay gives you contact to Cochem ,and then to Koblenz and via the small Kannonenbahn over to Traben-Trabach, well worth a visit or as alternative to the Maria v Beilstein Mosel river tour ship. From the ground floor flat Arrastal you can walk easily to an area near the local swim pool a give the dog a run around, and a dip in the stream. If you are fit you can walk up the trail to Burg Arras , and over to the Marienburg for a lunch or coffee , from this location you have an excellent overview of the enitre Bullay Zell Punderich Mosel river bend. Owners of this accommodation accept a "short haired dog" for a small fee ( our's is a German Shepard but we were not turned away ) . All dog owners will know that all dogs loose hair for a month twice a year , so please bear this in mind and keep it tidy , then we can all come again :-) Ralph and Eileen Hochstadt Frankfurt
Alf is a beautiful setting with a serene feel. We visited after being very busy for a couple of weeks so the area had a sense of calm. We were here is spring before the busy summer months and apparently many more people visit the area during the high season. For us, it was perfect!
We have not visited Alf, since we were just passing by from our visit to Cochem, and just slept there 1 night since we wanted to stay in the Nice hotel, with mountain views. But Alf lies on the Mosel, so looks Nice little place.
Simple clean rooms in a Castle high above the valley. Extremely friendly staff and nice breakfast. I had a nice dinner of regional specilties of Germany. The location is very quiet and restful above the valley.