Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp
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Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp

Klostergarten 6 Rheinuferstrasse 13-14, 56341 Kamp-Bornhofen, Rhineland-Palatinate Germany
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Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Kamp-Bornhofen, offering a historic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.

Given the close proximity to Franziskaner und Wallfahrtskloster (1.3 mi), guests of Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp can easily experience one of Kamp-Bornhofen's most popular landmarks.

Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp features currency exchange. Plus, guests can enjoy free breakfast, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Kamp-Bornhofen.

While staying in Kamp-Bornhofen, you can check out a popular Italian restaurant like Ristorante Hotel im Rheintal, which is serving up some great dishes.

Enjoy your stay in Kamp-Bornhofen!

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Beccababydoll wrote a review Jan 2012
West Yorkshire
4.0 of 5 bubbles
We stayed here with a coach deal, and cannot fault the value. The staff were warm and friendly, spoke English but appreciated our attempts at German.

The building is fantastic, I think 600 years old. We were impressed with the character of the place and the history inside.

The rooms were basic but large and comfortable. Although no mod cons, it was clean and fulfilled our needs. The shower was powerful and hot, which was a welcome relief from the schnapps the night before!

The food was good, again nothing fancy, but hearty, home cooked German cuisine.

The area is beautiful and peaceful. We took a midnight walk to see the river and the stars, and it was breathtaking.

If you want 5 star luxury, this isn't for you. If you want a quirky, friendly and welcoming hotel I would recommend the Kurfurst in an instant.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Ray S wrote a review Jan 2012
Manchester UK
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was our first journey to the Rhine Valley and how lucky we were to stay at this lovely ‘quirky’ hotel. A former convent the owners have retained many of the characteristics whilst creating a warm welcoming atmosphere. After a long (17 hour) journey with National Coaches we arrived late at night to be welcomed by the hotel manager and his staff who served us a delicious goulash soup and talked us through what to expect for our stay. The bar was open for as long as we wanted needless to say after 17 hours on the road none of our coach party kept the bar staff up late that night.

We were on a half board basis with an adequate breakfast and some really enjoyable evening meals, the bar prices were reasonable and the service was excellent. The atmosphere in the hotel led to all the guests having a good time each evening and many of us were saying how much we enjoyed every bit of the holiday. It seems only right that I mention our 2 coach drivers John and Jimmy who made sure we had interesting excursions and helped to ‘jolly’ the evenings along. All in all one of the most enjoyable holidays me and my partner have been on.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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AmyLeigh93 wrote a review Feb 2018
5.0 of 5 bubbles
This was my first trip abroad through National Holidays. Now I don't normally bother leaving reviews but I feel recognition is deserved. I was originally very apprehensive going on this trip, as reviews can really put you off. I don't have a negative to say from the moment we got on the coach.
Our drivers, Geoff and Daryl, were incredible. Extremely knowledgable of the area and nothing was ever a problem. Two genuinely lovely people who helped make the trip enjoyable.
The area is very picturesque, beautiful castles and churches. You get loads of opportunities to go to different places. The hotel is in a nice area and the staff are fab who work there- especially Connie! Entertainment was great and some wonderful facilities that would be great in the warmer months! I would recommend this trip if anyone is thinking of going!
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Date of stay: February 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
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Spw101 wrote a review Mar 2015
Rotherham, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Just came back from a week with national holidays coaches. The whole break was great. The journey there is long 7am start in England and arrived at hotel at 10pm, but plenty of stops on the way to take on food/drink/toilets. We had soup and sandwiches on arrival too and welcomed by a friendly hotel owner Markus and team, Konnie and Robert.
The hotel was lovely partly an old nunnery. The rooms were basic but well looked after and clean. No kettle in rooms which personally I prefer. The evening meals were again basic and very well prepared, the style of food a typical german family would eat, bratwurst, pork loin, schnitzel etc... with potatoes and veg. The soups looked lovely and everyone seemed to enjoy, I cant say as they were mainly creamy and not my style. The evening entertainment was second to non, free bar from 8:30 in the wonderfully decorated cellar bar. Friedel The DJ is brilliant, he's a sharp cookie who's been wowing the crowds for years, a great host and some crowd pleasing party songs and games to make them memorable nights. And again Konnie and Robert served on bar and had a laugh as well. I love to hike and just behind the hotel is a vast wooded area, two trails leading opposite ways up the hillside, a steady climb up to the top and well worth it as the views are amazing, The right trail The Rhinesteig takes you into some beautiful wooded areas and to some stunning picturesque viewing points looking down over the rhine valley, a particular amazing view is from above and behind the sterrenberg castle. If you hike do not miss these trails as you are not told about them. The local coach tours with national holidays (I only went on one day) seemed very samey, german towns with shops etc... not much variety. The train also runs from just behind the hotel and its easy to get about if you fancy striking out on your own. Also Boppard just over the river by ferry crossing 3.60 euro return is nice and has a cable car upto the top of the hillside for again some lovely views and a nice gift shop in the main square. Locally you have a Lidl for any grocery needs and on Thursday a takeout van is stationed there selling cooked chicken and chips... worth it the chicken was very tasty, local and fresh. As with any coach tour or package holiday you never know who you'll be sitting with at dinner or in the bar area and sometimes you can get people that spoil the trip but I have to say on a whole the crowd of holidaymakers on this trip were pleasant and fun. I would not hesitate to return here, a lovely welcoming break.
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Date of stay: March 2015
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: front of the hotel is better as train tracks behind and better on upper levels if you go to bed...
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cookie029 wrote a review May 2014
Bradford, United Kingdom
3.0 of 5 bubbles
We have just returned from this 5 day break to the Rhine Valley staying at the Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp with national holidays.Our room 39 was very small with the sink in the sleeping area not in the bathroom The food was good. The soups were really nice as was the mushroom pasta .The menu had a choice of 3 main courses.However being almost last in the queue for salad meant there was none left. On our free day we stayed in kamp Bornhofen which was very quite we walked around the village and never saw anyone except a man at the station cutting grass No open shops.There is a lidl super market just down the road from the hotel which was open and a nice little cafe/bakery where we had lunch. The other days we had trips to Koblenz, Anderrnach and. Boppard as well as Rudesheim with an extra cost trip down the Rhine back to the hotel which was enjoyable The staff were good and helpfull . We are not drinkers so didnt stay long in the bar on an evening Tea and coffee were extra cost and I think should have been included as a choice to beer and wine.although lemonade was included As others have said the song forwards, backwards, left and right will always remind me of this trip.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: our room 39 was very small with the sink in the sleeping area not in the bathroom I woud avoid...
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Kat4465 wrote a review Oct 2010
Kingston-upon-Hull, United Kingdom
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Travelled with National Holidays - drivers Lee and Steve. Thanks, lads, for entertaining us! Must have been tiring for you, but you kept up the corny jokes and also local information!
Lovely warm welcome at Hotel - even though we arrived at 11:30 pm, we were met with a bowl of hot soup and crusty bread, Freddie lifted our spirits with his music, Robert helped with carrying our cases, and our room, though basic, was spotless, warm and wonderfully comfortable bed and duvet! All of the staff worked hard throughout to make us feel welcome. The food was basic but plentiful and tasty, the entertainment - well- have not laughed so much in years! An experience not to be missed. Tea and coffee served throughout was fresh and excellent - better than in many 4 star hotels I have stayed in! How this holiday was done for the price we paid I do not know. The journey was a bit arduous, didn't realise how long it would take, but, having said that, would do it again. The location was wonderful, and the trips, both included and optional were great. (apart from the Rhine Cruise - the only morning we got dense fog! We 'mist' everything, as Steve kept reminding us! :-) ) Never mind, we saw all of the wonderful Rhine scenery many times on our trips up and down the road to various places. Many, many thanks, Hotel Kurfurst and Steve and Lee for our great holiday.
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Date of stay: October 2010
5.0 of 5 bubblesValue
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Anne P wrote a review Feb 2015
Prudhoe, England, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I have just returned from a wonderful 5 day break (16-25th February 2015). I went on the trip with National Holidays and cannot complain about anything. The drivers Marcus and Neil were great throughout and knew their way around Germany.

I went as a single traveller I had a lovely room on the first floor of the main building. The room was spotlessly clean and had everything you needed shower, toilet, wardrobe and the bed was extremely comfortable and very warm. The staff, Konnie and Robert were polite and very friendly and Markus, the owner. a wonderful host and an absolute pleasure to speak to and no question left unanswered.

The food was well presented and hot, the soups were wonderful, and I could not of wished for better.

The hotel is in an ideal location right opposite the Rhine and has beautiful views and there is a Lidl five minutes away from the hotel should you need anything.

The hotel is an old nunnery and you can sense what life was like in those days and this only added to the atmosphere and ambience of the hotel.

I have no hesitation in recommending this hotel or holiday to anyone, in fact, I cannot wait to go back again and re-live the warm welcome that I received.

Thank you to Markus and all the staff for a wonderful and memorable time...until the next time...
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Date of stay: February 2015Trip type: Travelled solo
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tracey h wrote a review Aug 2012
Durham, United Kingdom
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I have just returned from a five day holiday with National holidays, I had not been to Germany before but I will return as this was a fantastic holiday and great value for money in a stunning location. The staff cannot do enough for you our room very clean and comfortable and the soup was beautifull. I cannot explain just what value for money this trip is and cannot wait to return.
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Date of stay: August 2012
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Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: we had a family room and it had a balcony which was great.
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Tom50Glasgow wrote a review Aug 2012
Glasgow
4.0 of 5 bubbles
What an excellent coach trip to visit the Rhine Valley and have a Rhine Cruise - the bus party left Glasgow and marked their visit to Germany by being part of the 17.1 million who watched on TV to see Mo Farah win the 10,000m on Saturday night.
This was a great Caledonian Travel coach trip and a great Olympic event.
Following an excellent crossing on the “Pride of Hull” with food and accommodation included - we stayed two nights at the Hotel Kurfuerst in Kamp Bornhofen. We were welcomed by the Manager Marcus and his staff who untiringly waited on us hand and foot. The rooms were fine I had requested a ground floor room due to a disability and I was delighted. The friendly group really bonded together to enjoy themselves and this made the holiday.
The cruise on the Rhine from Kamp Bornhofen to St Goarshausen was very good and the cruise boat was beautiful and in excellent condition – giving us a taste for cruising on the Rhine - with the views drifting past of castles and slopes covered in vineyards famous for superior Reisling wine – at one time three castles were in view at once.
The coach tour continued to the picturesque town of Rudesheim and on the return trip home we spent the morning in beautiful romantic Cochem with good shopping and excellent restaurants.
The coach trip from Scotland “five days away“– overnight ferry from Hull – Hotel Kurfuerst – river cruise and coach trips were all excellent and well worth the money and have all whetted my appetite for more.
Bearing in mind what we paid for this trip it was excellent value for money.
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Date of stay: August 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Email hotel to confirm special room requirements
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FrankPatient wrote a review Jul 2012
Huddersfield, United Kingdom
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
As a trip with National Holidays this was well worth it £403 for a five day trip with meals for four nights B,B & EM , and a free bar 20.30 - 23.00 . Value for money - excellent . The trip consists of a bus trip taking the first day to get there , then three days of sightseeing which you will see a hell of a lot . The drivers ask you if you want to pay for these little trips and then assesses
if it's worth it - cost about £40 for the three days of trips - went to three places each day - worth it ! .
As before I will divide the comments into + & - 's , makes it easier to tick the boxes .
+ Value for money - you will see a lot .
Free bar for two and a half hours .
All meals were included .
Room was nice and clean and big - good shower .
The hotel is in Kamp Bornhofen , which is a small quiet place - very clean about 100 yards from the Rhine - very picturesque - seems like a retirement place for worn out germans !
The staff are great - friendly - we won the war - they won the peace ! Oh I forgot I didn't mention the war - neither did they .

- The first day and the last day consist of getting up at 04.30 and approximately 16 -17 hours of travelling which is mostly on the bus as the Dover to Calais ferry only takes 90 minutes .
The cellar bar ( free drinks area ) smells of stale water -( after a few you won't notice ) - due to periodic flooding from the Rhine , it's stone -this place used to be a monastery .
No telly in the room , no tea/coffee making gear - after a free bar you need a drink first thing in the morning !

Everything is okay in general - just get blown out of your brains in the free bar and you will think it's great .
On a serious note - if you can stand the travelling and the cramp afterwards then this is a great value for money break - depends how old you are . We are late 50's and there were some younger than us but quite a lot older - everybody had a good time .
Would I go again - yes - taking my i pod and a travel kettle - vic to rub under my nose for the cellar bar !
For £400 for 2 ! definitely - everybody on the trip said they couldn't even get there and back for that .
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Date of stay: June 2012
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Didn't spend a lot of time in the room - can't help you there .
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JAN379 asked a question Apr 2019
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom30 contributions49 helpful votes
Hi Is there any thing to do in Kamp Bornhofen Please if I do not go on all trips with National Holidays Thanks
Answer from Solobutnotalone
Leicester, United Kingdom14 contributions4 helpful votes
It’s very quiet, only a few shops etc... these were closed when I went in February. The local Lidl was open and well worth a visit. I know some people on the free day arranged taxis to take them to some of the places we didn’t visit. You count probably do a train trip as well, check this out at the hotel. You could have a walk by the Rhine or perhaps do another river cruise.
JAN379 asked a question Apr 2019
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom30 contributions49 helpful votes
Hi Are you able you request a Room With a Bath at this Hotel Please
Answer from Karen r
West Midlands, United Kingdom32 contributions11 helpful votes
Hi I'm not sure as we had a walk in shower but if you email Marcus direct via the hotel website he will let you know and do his best for you. Enjoy your holiday x
366geordie80 asked a question Mar 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom2 contributions3 helpful votes
what is the email address of the Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp. Thank you
Answer from ronnie w
Sheffield, United Kingdom96 contributions37 helpful votes
Same as above just Google the hotel it's on there
Answer from tonyw0712
manchester29 contributions36 helpful votes
It was an early start we left at 5am from the hotel and we got back into the uk at 5pm but then had a 20 min break at the services near the euro tunnel We got back to Manchester at 11 pm
wazel asked a question Jun 2018
Kilmarnock, United Kingdom178 contributions36 helpful votes
hi can anyone give me current e-mail address thanking you johnwilson
Answer from Jeaney B
11 contributions6 helpful votes
I never saw an email address advertised in the hotel but here are the contact details Address: Klostergarten 6, 56341 Kamp-Bornhofen, Germany Phone: +49 6773 250
John D wrote a tip Jan 2019
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Ask for a room downstairs if you have mobility problems we were up two flights of stairs but it wasn't a problem for us"
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kenhindley wrote a tip Jan 2019
Bradford, United Kingdom26 contributions12 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms in the new part are bigger and brighter, but I prefer the older part."
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helen e wrote a tip Jan 2019
Bridlington, United Kingdom9 contributions7 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"if you have mobility problems email the hotel about a room on a lower floor"
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Waldemar_Schneider wrote a tip Oct 2018
Walldorf, Germany312 contributions141 helpful votes
4.0 of 5 bubbles
"Rooms in the old convent building are spacios and have been renovated."
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Barnsleybell123 wrote a tip Oct 2018
Castleford, United Kingdom5 contributions16 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"No lifts in the hotel but they do have groundfloor accommodation if you request it beforehand."
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
Nearby attractions include Marksburg (5.3 km), Church of St. Severus (1.6 km), and Mittelrhein Klettersteig (2.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cafe Baldeau, Fondel's Muhle, and Das kleine Wirtshaus.
Are pets allowed at Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, German, and Polish.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Konigsstuhl (6.1 km), Rathaus (5.7 km), and Haus Zum Marienbildchen (5.8 km).
Does Hotel Kurfuerst Kamp have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.
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