We stayed at Hotel Bach last year on a Christmas markets break with Phoenix Travel. The hotel is in a beautiful, little village with 3 or 4 places within the village to eat and drink. The hotel is clean (I am very fussy) and warm with enough room for 2 people. We didn't spend much time in our rooms anyway. We had a wonderful time and found the staff in the hotel and the bars/restaurants in the village to be very friendly and helpful. We ate in the hotel the first night as we were not sure if there was anywhere in the village open (we found out later that there was). Ok it is not a la carte standard, but after a very long trip from the north of England we were pretty hungry and the food was more than adequate. There is a lovely, cosy little bar beneath the hotel, which is handy for a few drinks before bed time. There are no coffee/tea making facilities in the hotel, however we took our own travel kettle, so problem solved. We did the included excursion & also paid for an extra Christmas market excursion - glad we went to both. We visited Cochem, Rudesheim and Boppard. The area is steeped in history and the guide (Peter) was very knowledgable - very interesting. I would not hesitate to book either the break or the hotel again. The only thing stopping us this year, is that it was a long way to go on a standard coach. Would have expected more comfort/space for the length of the journey, but what do you expect for £99.00 for the whole thing. Loved it!
- Also Known As:
- Bach Hotel Bad Salzig