OUR HOLIDAY HOME "ROSA" IN COCHEM AT MOSELLE
Our holiday home Rosa is located on the sunny side of the Moselle in Cochem-Cond on the road to Valwig.
Behind the house, the garden adjoins the neighboring gardens to a vineyard.
The house is within walking distance of Cochem city center, Cochem Castle and the surrounding vineyards. And it is close to the Moselle promenade: it is just 150m away.
With it’s appr. 5,000 inhabitants Cochem is not a big city, but has quite a city flair.
So you have both here: The quiet location of Haus Rosa and the famous Mosel town of Cochem with many restaurants and attractions.
for a minimum stay of 7 days
OUR HOLIDAY HOME ROSA
Our sun-drenched (if it seems!) holiday home was built in the 1930s. We have completely renovated and refurbished it for you.
Equipment: All rooms, also the baths and the guest toilet have at least one window. The living and bedrooms, the kitchen and the bathrooms are equipped with oiled wood floors and some with high quality carpets.
The house is fully equipped with cutlery, crockery, dishwasher, towels, bedding, washing machine and dryer etc.
In the living room you will find a stereo with iPod connection, CD player and radio, as well as a DVD player and a TV with satellite channels.
Our house can easily be occupied even by a few people and offers a perfect retreat for those who enjoy it’s cosiness, but do not want to miss the proximity of restaurants and urban flair.
Key data holiday home Rosa
Bookable for 9 persons max
large kitchen with dining area and terrace access. Open plan living area with woodburning stove. Guest bathroom.
1st upper floor:
Balcony, large bedroom (double), Sofa
smaller room with double bed
Both rooms with a view onto the castle
2nd upper floor:
large bedroom (double) with dresser and table
smaller room with double bed
Terrace, balcony, garden, 2 garages in the basement with internal access to the house
COCHEM & MOSEL
(Wikipedia 🙂 The Reichsburg Cochem stands on a visible mountain cone 154 m above the city. As a summit castle she belongs to the type of mountain castles.
The plant, which served as a customs castle in the Middle Ages, was probably built around 1100 according to the results of current castle research.
After being destroyed in the 17th century, it was rebuilt by the Berlin merchant and later Secretary of Commerce Louis Fréderic Jacques Ravené in the years 1868-77, according to the taste of the castle romance. Burg Cochem is thus a good example of a building that was designed in the style of neo-Gothic during the time of historicism.
In the holiday home Rosa, you can already see it from a window with a view: The Mosel near Cochem is a river, as children would like to paint it: there are barges chugging along, there is fishing and bathing *, there one takes hold of the head and wants just keep looking.
*Swimming in the Moselle is allowed, but not without risk. If you do not want currents and want to have tested water quality, you can go to the Cochem outdoor pool. That’s nice too.
FACILITIES & FLOOR PLANS
We scribbled the individual floors for you.
The drawings are not perfectly downscaled and complete, but should help you with the orientation.
The castle with its millennial history is an eye-catcher in Cochem. No matter which direction you approach the city, the castle towers on a steep mountain peak that rises over 100 meters above the Mosel.
Cultural Center Capuchin Monastery
The former Capuchin Monastery from 1630 is today a cultural center.
Cochem old town
The historic city wall with its old fortifications and medieval gates tells of the lively past of Cochem.
Take the chair lift up and enjoy the view over the Mosel valley from the Terrassen-Café and the viewpoint “Pinner Kreuz”.
Gemstone Museum Cochem
Here you will find the fascinating world of gemstones, minerals and fossils and facts about the development of grinding art, which has made the Hunsrück world famous.
The Bundesbank’s bunker
The bunker was used to store currency reserves. He was a best kept secret of the old Federal Republic. In 2014, the underground bunker was sold to a Treis-Karden entrepreneur, who turned it into a museum.
From Cochem you can easily reach the Hunsrück and the Eifel with their many hiking and cultural activities. In particular, the “Geierlay” – the most beautiful suspension bridge in Germany in Mörsdorf- can be reached in about 20 minutes by car.