Rüdesheim am Rhein
Kastanienallee 4, Rudesheim, 65385, GermanyView on map
Why stay here ...
Located in the pretty hillside town of Rüdesheim am Rhein in the Rheingau region, this family-run site provides a relaxing stay with emphasis on peace and quiet. With excellently maintained facilities and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere.
The site staff work hard to accommodate guests’ needs and although limited English is spoken, you’ll find them polite and willing to help.
The campsite is a short walk from the town, which is famed for its winemaking and surrounded by castles, ruins and museums. You can take a trip on the cable car to view the stunning scenery of the vineyards and the Rhine river. Those with a reason to celebrate should try the Schloss hotel restaurant on the Drosselgasser, which offers excellent food.
Around and About
Rüdesheim Cable Car, Boat Trips, Drosselgase, Vineyards, Museum of Music, Wine Museum, Europa Park.
30 miles south-east of Koblenz. From Koblenz on road 42, pass car ferry to Bingen on approach to Rüdesheim am Rhein (NB. not Rüdesheim near Bad Kreuznach). *Turn left and cross railway level crossing, follow Rheinstrasse and railway eastwards for about 1/2 mile. Continue under railway bridge and turn immediately right, signposted to Car Park 6 (into Auf de Lach). **Turn right at t-junction, pass coach park. Turn left at crossroads and follow road to site on right. When arriving via Bingen ferry, turn right onto road 42 and follow above directions from level crossing. From Bingen Ferry, turn right and follow directions above *. From Wiesbaden - On approaching Rüdesheim pass McDonalds, Lidl etc on your left, then turn left at yellow A1 garage immediately before railway bridge into Auf de Lach, then follow directions as above**.
- Distance to Calais: (kms)
- Lat 49.97777 / Lon 7.94083
- Michelin map no.
- Buses go to: Wiesbaden, Koblenz
- Daily public transport within 2 kms
- Nearest port: Hook of Holland (442 kms)
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We arrived for a 1 night stay enroute to Rotterdam from Italy. We arrived and the lady on reception spoke no English and she got another non English speaking gentlemen to take us to our site. No details of where the toilet or drinking water ar anything else was given as no one spoke English. The pitches where very cramped and not sure if staying for more than one night we would have fitted an awning in. I must say the toilet and shower facilities are excellent more like a spa than a toilet block but prehaps this site is better suited to a German speaking person as English was non existent. We found the toilets easy enough whilst exploring and eventually found the showers in a different block. Not sure which was drinking water but luckily we had enough with us. Not sure how you get 30% of boat trips or a free map but they where not freely given. A lovely position however right on the Rhine and a short walk in to the town.
we went for a lovely meal at the ratsstube restaurant in the town and had planned a night cap at the site bar however when we arrived at 21:30 it had closed already.