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We really wanted a true castle experience in Germany. It was the perfect situation for us - the castle itself, the location and, of course, the highly rated restaurant. We stayed two nights and dined both nights in the restaurant-not typical for us, but highly...More
Love the castle. The gardens are a definite bonus and I wish we had taken better advantage of them. The staff was excellent and accommodating. The room was comfortable and the welcome sherry was a nice touch! Unfortunately, I didn't feel as if we got...More
There is always the concern that "staying in a castle" will be either austere or a bit on the cheesy side, but neither proved to be the case. Our room had a lovely veranda with a view of the valley (not looking on the Rhine),...More
A room with a view on Rhine river, in the castle where Frederick Barbarossa used to live, ancient atmosphere, books everywhere, also in the shelters of the gardens and inside a cosy treehouse! The swing and the giant chess set help you make the most...More
We splurged on one night in a castle and it was completely worth it. I knew if I stayed in a castle it would have to be in the tower so we picked room 22 and it was perfect. Beautifully furnished with a big canopy...More
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They had carts for transporting luggage. They were basically golf carts. They seemed glad to transport you. Then get a room on the first floor and you should be good. A lot of the charm of the castle are the gardens... More
They had carts for transporting luggage. They were basically golf carts. They seemed glad to transport you. Then get a room on the first floor and you should be good. A lot of the charm of the castle are the gardens that would not be good for someone with limited mobility. Many of the rooms and restaurants with great views would be easily accessible. I hope this helps. The hotel went out of their way to make sure to accommodate us. I am sure they would help your father. It is a once in a lifetime place.