Welcome to our guest rooms in the country house
We are a family-run country house with 4 guest rooms in the heart of the Rhine-Hessian wine village Gau-Bischofsheim. Surrounded by vineyards, we welcome you to the flair of the former Robert Becker winery.
A relaxing ambience awaits you with a view of the Rhine-Hessian vineyard landscape and a view of the Taunus and the Frankfurt skyline. In our spacious garden you can watch our animal family members. Our two house and farm dogs look forward to being petted extensively.
Our friendly and quiet non-smoking rooms are all equipped with shower and toilet - some with a balcony, from which you can comfortably enjoy the panoramic view of the skyline of the Main metropolis Frankfurt with a glass of wine. We rent 4 guest rooms in our country house for self-catering. A spacious breakfast room with kitchen is available for this purpose.
We look forward to welcoming you personally soon.
Your Weber family
Hiking in the beautiful Rheinhessen (e.g. Kleiner Mainzer Höhenweg, "Hiwweltouren" in Rheinhessen, Rheinhessische Schweiz, RheinTerrassenWeg)
Countless cycle paths invite you to take leisurely or challenging tours
Explore historical cities:
- beautiful Mainz on the Rhine with a great old town, the famous cathedral, its interesting museums and the market breakfast at the Mainz weekly market in the shadow of the cathedral is an experience that you shouldn't miss
- Oppenheim with its underground cellar labyrinth, the impressive Katharinenkirche, the ruins of the Landskrone and the numerous restaurants are not to be missed. Another highlight is a vineyard trip (in the vineyards of Nierstein and Oppenheim) with wine tasting, which gives you wonderful views of the Rhine
To relax, treat yourself to a break in the nearby Rheinhessen-Bad (Nieder-Olm) or in the beautifully situated Rheinwelle (Gau-Algesheim) with sauna and natural swimming pond
In summer, various swimming lakes can be reached after a short Rhine crossing to Hessen with the Rhine ferry Nierstein to Trebur
You will be pampered with culinary delights in the countless ostrich taverns and wine bars in the Rhine-Hessian wine towns