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Rheinberg Homestay

Near Mount Carmel Church Near St Micheal's town church, Munnar 685612 India
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#30 of 296 B&Bs / Inns in Munnar
Rheinberg is situated at the heart of Munnar. Rheinberg offers you to amazing view of town and mountains. It is the perfect retreat for those who want to spend their vacation away from bustling city in the lap of nature. We have 3 spacious and elegant rooms. One carved out of woods, one has its walls stretched in bamboos and a blue shade room.
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Free private parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Scheri wrote a review Feb 2019
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Rheinberg Town Haus is above the town, and is in a peaceful situation, with a lovely little garden. I loved my room. The bed was so comfortable and everything was so clean. Excellent bathroom. The owner Mr Jacob is a lovely man and his staff Kapil so helpful. I felt really at home there. Only 5 min walk down the hill into the town centre. Higly recommended.
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Date of stay: February 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
desi17 wrote a review Jan 2019
Perth, Australia67 contributions121 helpful votes
This guesthouse is run by a caretaker with no involvement by the owner who lives on the property. The rooms are rundown, the lighting is awful, there is no fan so no air circulation, the blankets are dirty and the towels are worn out. The tap in the bathroom was leaking and the caretaker appeared to be aware of the problem but could not be bothered fixing it. They do not provide a bottle of water and the subscription for the television channels had expired so the television was of no use. The place is run with an element of extreme frugality which is very obvious from the state of the rooms, dirty cables, crooked light fittings, broken door latches and grotty towels. There is continuous chanting from the temple nearby and the call for prayer from the neighbouring mosque is very loud. Munnar town is filthy and crowded and the recommended restaurant had very poor hygiene. We booked to stay three nights but left after just one as we felt uncomfortable from the minute we arrived. I do not recommend this place at all to anybody. It was the worst aspect of our holiday in Kerala.
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Date of stay: January 2019
Trip type: Travelled with family
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KNreki wrote a review Jun 2018
Sharjah, United Arab Emirates14 contributions1 helpful vote
A beautiful clean property. Surrounded with beautiful flowers with a nice garden on the hill. Peaceful location well maintained n very clean. Owner is responsive on phone. Tea was served at a reasonable price. But food options could have been an added advantage. Extra bed was provided on request. Room was comfortable. Parking is little far. Due to which our taxi driver had to face a little trouble during night to use toilet facility.
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Date of stay: June 2018Trip type: Travelled with family
DawnyS wrote a review Apr 2018
Letchworth, United Kingdom35 contributions23 helpful votes
We only stayed here for night and I have to say I was glad it was only the one night. The room was large, had a chess board (although pieces missing) and the shower was hot. However when we separated the 3 covers on the bed they were not clean in the middle. There was also a small (nibbled out) hole in the bathroom ceiling which was quite unsettling. I did not sleep well here due to the occasional noise of an animal in the ceiling and then the church music starting around 5am (Sunday). The caretaker was friendly when we saw him but it generally didn’t feel like anyone was around. I wouldn’t advise staying here if you are alone as the walk back to the accommodation at night is pretty dark and there are very few people around.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Roseanna H wrote a review Mar 2018
Oxford, United Kingdom15 contributions37 helpful votes
My friend and I were brought here by a rickshaw driver as we were struggling to find a restaurant with WiFi to search places to stay. We expressed that we 100% needed somewhere with WiFi as we needed to organise the next steps of our trip - we were pleasantly surprised when we arrived, the garden was lovely and room was clean and spacious. We went out for food before planning to come back and organise our onward travels, however when we came back there was absolutely no one to be found in/around the building. The WiFi we were given had been turned off and another one turned on, with a different password. We walked around everywhere trying to find someone, but there was no one. We even when next door to ask. We had been given no information at all and weren't told the owner would be going out or how to contact anyone in an emergency. We appreciate the only issue we had was with the WiFi, but we specifically expressed that the one thing we needed that evening was WiFi - but it was a little disconcerting that there was no one to be found at all, as what if there was a more serious issue? After a while of searching and hoping someone would return, we left a note on a door to ask the manager to come to our room when they get back - however no one arrived until about 8am the next morning, by which point we were checking out. We explained our issues to the manager but he did not seem to care and did not apologise. He said he had just gone for food, and didn't see the problem when we explained that we didn't know that and hadn't been given any contact info. He got quite angry with us and I had to ask him to let me finish explaining/my sentence. In the end he agreed to reduce our bill by 200rs, down to 1300rs but after ALOT of discussion and he was very very unhappy with it and proceeded to sulk. It was a shame as the accommodation is quite nice but we thought the customer service was very poor and unprofessional.
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Date of stay: March 2018Trip type: Travelled with friends
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US$16 - US$19 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
IndiaKeralaIdukki DistrictMunnar
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Frequently Asked Questions about Rheinberg Homestay
Which popular attractions are close to Rheinberg Homestay?
Nearby attractions include Meesapulimala (0.2 km), Mattupetty Dam (0.3 km), and Kannan Devan Tea Museum (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Rheinberg Homestay?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, laundry service, and bicycle rental.
Is parking available at Rheinberg Homestay?
Yes, free private parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Rheinberg Homestay?
Conveniently located restaurants include Saravana Bhavan, Rapsy Restaurant, and Hotel Sri Nivas.
Is Rheinberg Homestay located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.3 km away from the centre of Munnar.