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Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant

Neuses am Sand 21, 97357 Neuses am Sand, Prichsenstadt, Bavaria Germany
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Enjoy your stay in an old beautiful castel with wellnesshotel (8 rooms and suites), own winery, antikstore & artgallery. Our restaurant will be happy to manage your wishes. Winemaker Harald Wörner will offer you his wines and sparkling wines with a lot of energy of life. We take care of feng shui and perfect bed positions for your wonderful dreams. Of course all the rooms have modern standard with tv, bathroom, wifi... Relax in our saunas and enjoy our special massage offers. Our castle is located in the nature of bavarian / franconia. Walking through the landscape along fields, forest and vinyards or by riding a bike or horse? Whatever just tell us your wishes - we will give our best. Looking forward to seeing you. Your family Wörner
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Property amenities
Free parking
Bicycle rental
Bicycles available
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Snack bar
Special diet menus
Vending machine
Table tennis
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Sun terrace
Express check-in / check-out
Private check-in / check-out
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Non-smoking rooms
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Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish, German
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pallavrnt wrote a review Feb 2019
London, United Kingdom11 contributions9 helpful votes
Stayed there one night 24-25/10/18. Third class hotel. Took me more than half an hour to find my room in this strange complex of old buildings. Owner claimed it was well represented on the hotel map. Perhaps for owner who was born and brought up in those buildings. Bed was uncomfortable, dust scattered around probably to emphasise it's ancient character! No shower gel in bathroom and instructions in the room in German though owner has the cheek to advertise on English/American websites yet expect guests to understand German?! For breakfast nobody was in the dining area to guide you or to help you have your breakfast. It's just being polite or being professional. What it looked like was with minimum effort they just wanted their till to keep working expecting guests to like how they receive and treat their guests. When I gave my feedback to owner he was not even willing to receive it or even contemplate.
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Date of stay: October 2018Trip type: Travelled solo
Response from Harald W, Inhaber at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant
Responded 15 Feb 2019
Thanks for giving me one point after almost four month. You have already made this statment direktly after visiting us at other portals. Hope we see you never again, because almost everything you talk about is a fake. For which company are you working - ist it your job to make bad news of hotels? Must be a realy boring job with a lot of freetime. So you have nothing better to do - just make small family owners hotles like ours a lot of trouble? We are looking forward to friendly guest - egal from which country of this beautifully world - others please stay at home and discuss wiht your partners - if you have one. Tanks
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Teresa B wrote a review Aug 2018
PBorn8 contributions3 helpful votes
We stayed here overnight on a whim and didn't regret it for a second. The hotel is an old country manor house/"castle" surrounded by corn fields and grapevines and with an amazing courtyard where we had dinner and wine in the evening and breakfast under the trees in the morning. The food in the restaurant was excellent and the service was quite good and with a smile. The owner/vintner greeted us at check-in with a taste of wine, and was friendly and accommodating. My boyfriend doesn't speak much German and he readily switched to English for us to tell us about the wine we were drinking. His wife was just as nice the next morning, and we're still enjoying the (very good) wine we took with us. Not the cheapest overnight I've ever had, but certainly well worth the price. Truly a lovely experience.
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Date of stay: August 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
bjoern6123 wrote a review Jul 2018
Minato, Japan1 contribution
What a romantic place. We stayed here with our two small children and can only recommend this hotel. The atmosphere is fantastic, the rooms beautiful and the food and wine excellent. On top of that the staff has been very friendly and made us feel like home.
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Date of stay: July 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
Scott B wrote a review Jun 2017
Pelham, New Hampshire10 contributions
This mini-campus was build several hundred years ago as a large fortified farmhouse and courtyard with a mote - enough to be called a castle. A couple of other buildings have since been added along the inside protective walls and the mote is gone. It has about 10 rooms or suites, with variations in style to fit within the shape of the castle. I stayed in the "ancestry room" with a bedroom, small living room, and the bathroom laid out along the "wall" side of the third floor. The two best things about this hotel are Harold and Herbert. Harold is a winemaker and the owner of this castle. He is VERY accommodating. The breakfast that comes with the room is served around 7am. But because this was a business trip, that was too late for me. So Harold offered to pack me a breakfast for each morning - customized to my tastes. I accepted, it was great! If Harold was only half as accommodating, I would still rate this place 5 stars. Now the place has a restaurant, and my first thought was "Isn't that convenient, if I don't want to hunt around there's a place right here". But this restaurant has Herbert who is a master in his art - and being at a winery in the middle of Bavaria, he is in his element. He also has an apprentice who is very good - but give that one another decade - I figure Herbert has that much to show. Over the course of my 10-night stay, I took advantage of this restaurant on 5 nights. I looked at the menu a couple of times, but I really depended on Harold to translate. I explained to him that I am pre-diabetic and needed to avoid starches - bread, rice, corn, potatoes, etc. He and Herbert then considered the problem and on those five nights came up with a variety of solutions that made full and expert use of the local Bavarian resources (wine, venison, crops, cattle) that were new (to me anyway), varied, delicious, and very well presented. I would say the soups were particularly good. Try the Paprika soup and the Red Wine soup! About eight months before leaving for this business trip, I had started walking to try to loose weight and recover some of my health. And I had some concerns about whether I was going to be able to sustain that during this trip. The geography of this place is farmlands laced with tractor/bicycle paths with villages every two or three miles. There are also roadways, but you can stay off them (and the associated traffic) most of the time. Prichsenstadt is a large village with quintessential Bavarian architecture - like something out of Disneyland. It's about 2 miles to the South. Neudorf is a small farming village, very quaint, a bit over a mile to the East. Between them, the farm road is marked where "Kleinschonbach" was stood, destroyed 400 years ago in an attack. The bottom line for me: With many pleasant walking trails and chef willing to customize meals for my, I lost 6 or 7 pounds. If you're not into walking they have other stuff there. Bikes, archery, a sauna.
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Date of stay: May 2017
Trip type: Travelled on business
Room Tip: Ask. 1 has waterbed. Think 1 has small patio. 1 has bedrm conncting to circular living section,...
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Elena wrote a review Mar 2017
Wurzburg, Germany122 contributions27 helpful votes
We were in schlosshotel in the end of February and we had amazing time! The owner and stuff were lovely and care about as all the time, the food was absolutely great and I think the best we ate ever, the wellness was cosy, clean, we had simply the best holiday! In the near is wonderful nature for walking and biking, area is peaceful, quiet and in overall very nice. We stayed in Turmgemacht room and it looks really like from fairytale. Will come again for sure!
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
US$154 - US$196 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
GermanyBavariaFranconiaLower FranconiaPrichsenstadtNeuses am Sand
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Frequently Asked Questions about Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant
Which popular attractions are close to Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Nearby attractions include Baumwipfelpfad Steigerwald (7.5 km), Johannisbrunnen (6.4 km), and Takka Tukka Land (6.9 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a spa, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Conveniently located restaurants include Weingut Zum Storch Restaurant, Forellenhof Handthal, and Cafe Zuckerscheune.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Yes, guests have access to a sauna during their stay.
Is Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Neuses am Sand.
Are pets allowed at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English, Spanish, French, and German.
Are there any historical sites close to Worners Schloss Weingut & Wellness-Hotel & Restaurant?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Stadtmauer (fortifications) (14.3 km), Historisches Rathaus (Townhall) (14.6 km), and Fuerstlich Castell'sches Domaenenamt (11.3 km).