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Schmuckkaestchen-Hotel & Cafe
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Reviewed May 31, 2007

We like little German towns and tend to stay away from the larger cities when we travel in Germany, except when visiting the museums, etc. So it is that we have stayed in the Weinhaus am Alten Markt many times. Frequently when we travel to Germany we head right to Miltenberg and the Weinhaus Hotel to rest up from the trip for a couple of days.

The Weinhaus is 500 years old and is very well-maintained. It's a tourist attraction all by itself, except that it's in an out-of-the-way town, away from the the usual tourist routes. The owners are friendly and hospitable and have made our stays pleasurable. The rooms range from basic but comfortable to very nice and comfortable. This is not a luxury hotel, but it's a quiet place in a historic little town. The rooms have the standard small European bathrooms, which are adequate, and all have telephones and TVs. The breakfasts are included and are just wonderful. There is a full European continental breakfast with boiled eggs, meats, cheeses, jams, rolls, breads, yogurt, juices, coffee, etc. Breakfast is served in an upper room surrounded by original 500 years old beams, with the carpenter's marks still visible. There is no parking available on the property but the owner can sell you reduced rate parking coupons and you can park across the street along the river.

The owners vint their own wine, hence the name Weinhaus. You can try their product in their first floor restaurant. They offer typical German fare and also have nice cheese plates and other small menu items to go along with the wine if you don't want a full meal. There are a couple of breweries in town (just down the street from the hotel) and their products are likewise available.

The Weinhaus is, indeed, on the old market place, as its name describes. In front of it is the beautiful old town fountain and just down the cobblestone streets are shops and restaurants. The whole main street is a row of wonderful, ancient half-timbered buildings which are quite well maintained. There is a castle ruin on the hill overlooking the town which is a nice but short hike, and there is a small local history museum just across the street. The town church is less than 50 meters away from the hotel, so sometimes there can be quite a bit of sound coming from the church bells, especially on Sunday mornings.

Miltenberg is on the Main River and day cruises are offered from the dock about 100 meters from the hotel. You can take the ship to Wurzburg or Wertheim and back if you'd like. Groups of tourists come here for the cruises but rarely is the town itself crowded with camera carriers, as you'll find in Rothenburg. There is a beautiful walk along the Main River and, should you be interested, a mini-golf course, right along the banks!

The owners haven't made on-line booking available yet, but I've always been able to get reservations with a phone call or a letter. They do not take credit cards, so you'll need cash to pay for a room. There are ATMs just up the main street from the hotel in a local bank.

  • Stayed: May 2007, traveled with family
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Stayed: March 2018, traveled on business
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Stayed: December 2017, traveled solo
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  • Stayed: April 2017, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 24, 2017
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  • Stayed: August 2017, traveled as a couple
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