See why so many travellers make Altfrankische Weinstube their hotel of choice when visiting Rothenburg. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable.
Close to some of Rothenburg's most popular landmarks, such as Klingentor (0.1 mi) and Schmiedgasse (0.2 mi), Altfrankische Weinstube Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
If you’re looking for a wine bar, consider a visit to Zum Pulverer, which is not far from Altfrankische Weinstube.
Looking to explore? Then look no further than Old Town (0.3 mi), Town Walls (0.3 mi), and Das Plönlein (0.3 mi), which are some popular Rothenburg attractions – all conveniently located within walking distance of the hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Altfrankische Weinstube as you experience all of the things Rothenburg has to offer.
The staff were extremely friendly and the hotel was very, very charming. It's centrally located, as anything within the old town walls is really, and we parked at P5 as instructed which was a short walk from the hotel and cost roughly 10 euros a day if I remember correctly (free between 6pm and 9am). Our room was spacious, cute and clean. The bed was comfortable, large and although the room didn't have AC this wasn't a problem for us end of June as the temperature dropped considerably in the evenings and we could open the windows without worrying about mosquitos. I'm a light sleeper but I slept very well. What we loved most of all was the breakfast which was served in the charming restaurant downstairs. The tables were set with pastries, a selection of cheese and cold cuts, jams, tea, coffee and juice etc.. Really wonderful! The best hotel breakfast we've ever had! …
I recently spent three nights with my wife at the Altfrankische Weinstube in Rothenburg Ob Der Tauber. The proprietor Mario was a pleasure to work with. He met us at the hotel when we arrived late in the day. Our check in was seamless. I chose a larger room on the first floor (2nd floor for us Americans) and was not disappointed. We had a large room with a large bathroom. Nicely appointed and keeping with the eclectic nature of the décor of the hotel, it was interesting to say the least!. But in an enjoyable way. Breakfast is European style; meats, cheeses, yogurt, muesli, breads, juices, coffee, tea, scrambled eggs (which was a surprise) plus fresh fruits, some sweet rolls etc. Our waitress Barbara was very pleasant, very professional and very polite and cordial. She brought coffee and tea each morning that she served us. We did have dinner one night and it was delicious. Ample portions and very nicely prepared food. I had the Pork tender loin with mushroom cream gravy, served with home made noodles. Very good and very filling. Mario and Barbara were great and treated us very well. However, there were two other staff who could use a lesson in interpersonal relations. One was a waitress and one was an evening hostess. After dinner we sat with some of the locals for English night. This was after we ate and left the hotel and then came back to socialize. I ordered a coffee and my wife had a soft drink. Not even thinking, I got up to go to our room and was walking towards the stairs and the hostess yelled “what about the coffee”? I forgot but I assumed that it would be added to my room. I asked if it could just be added to my room and she said no I had to pay then!! OK I get it but she acted as if I was running out of the hotel with state secrets tucked in my jacket. The other waitress that night was cleaning some tables. I sat at one to talk with the locals and she very abruptly ordered me to move. Not a request, not a polite “would you mind moving over there because I need to clean this table” even though it was already cleaned. Her directive was “you need to move”. Mario was not present during this or in the morning when we checked out or I would have spoken to him directly. Mario will make arrangements for you to park your car just up the street form the hotel in a garage for a very reasonable fee. Very convenient. I would not have mentioned this if it was ne person who acted this way. I would have considered it an isolated incident. But 2 people in the same night. Maybe they feed off of each other. But quite the contrast to Mario and Barbara. This is why the hotel gets a 4 instead of a 5. Overall , we enjoyed out stay. Other than the two-waitstaff it was a good experience. I would stay there again. The food was excellent, the room great and the location was very convenient. Mario has a nice establishment that is in an ideal location.…
Rothenburg is magical, but this place is the best. We have stayed here two years in a row and will hopefully go back again. The decor, the dinner, the breakfast and welcoming staff make it a joy to stay in this very old 700+ year converted monastery. Highly recommend this place.
We had a four poster room on the top floor. The whole hotel is quirky and the decor is amazing. You could explore this hotel for days and find interesting nooks full of art and crazy items. The staff appear to be proud of the hotel and are very helpful. It is right in the old city walls and secure local parking was available for a small fee. The city was busy in the afternoon and evening but lots of bars with good food and wine menues. We had a 5am morning walk around the city walls and I recommend this walk, the city was very quiet then. The breakfast at the hotel was lovely and again, the decor was stunning.
What a wonderful place to stay! When people say a place “oozes with character “ they are sometimes exaggerating. Not at this place. It is a romantic atmospheric experience to stay in this fantastic 600 year old house that is beautifully decorated with charm and age. Visiting Rothenburg on der Tauber is a fairytale destination and staying in full character at this wonderful B&B completes the treat. All the rooms are unique in size and style. Rooms 1 and 7 are larger than most and are the top picks. The doubles are nice too. Room 6 is quoted on the web page as a small double. It is very small..... better suited for a single even though it has a double bed. But if small is no obstacle.... Breakfast is pleasant and served in a lovely traditional stubl.