Nature. Comfort. History
The Cottage

Location

The cottage is situated in the heart of the tranquil Eifel village of Antweiler at the foot of the striking Aremberg mountain. In the immediate vicinity you will find a butcher, a bakery and a village shop where you can get fresh ingredients for your breakfast.

The central location on the Upper Ahr river enables you to enjoy a varied holiday with all facets. Experience the silence of unspoiled nature on one of the numerous hiking and cycling paths in the immediate vicinity. Or learn more about the award-winning Pinot Noir wines from the steep slopes of the Ahr valley with its special microclimate.

  • Numerous recreational opportunities such as Freilinger See, Nurburgring, City Outlet Bad Münstereifel, National Park Eifel, Kommern open-air museum, Volcanic Eifel, Northern Eifel with Vogelsang IP, wildlife park Daun, Nurburg, Eltz Castle, Olbruck Castle, Manderscheid Castles, Satzvey Castle, Abbey of Maria Laach, Monastery Himmerod, bird of prey station & wildlife park Hellenthal, eagle and wolves park Kasselburg,  themepark and wildlife park Eifelpark Gondorf
  • Numerous well-signposted hiking and cycling trails such as the Eifelsteig, Ahrsteig, red wine hiking trail or the Ahr cycle path

Amenities

Our cottage offers holiday comfort at its best. Discover the Eifel with our new bicycles or on foot and afterwards enjoy the peace and relaxation in our idyllic garden. With our amenities, families and couples alike will feel equally at home with us and treat themselves to a time-out far away from hectic and stress.

  • authentic, historical ambience
  • dreamlike, about 1000 sqm extensive garden
  • lawn with garden furniture and sun beds
  • barbecue place
  • WiFi / WLAN available free of charge
  • parking spaces directly in front of the house 
  • storage facilities for bicycles
  • free bike rental for own guests
  • bakery, butcher, minimarket and pizzeria in the village
  • Herb garden for fresh cuisine

History

Our cottage consists of two historical buildings. The old natural stone house was already built in the 18th century as a residential house for the farmer family. The half-timbered barn was probably added in the 19th century and used for cattle. The arrangement in a rectangular angle of the two buildings is typical for the Eifel and known as "Winkelhof".

The originally agriculturally used property was lovingly restored. During the core renovation of the stone house, French coins from 1726 were discovered, so the history can be dated back to around 1720. Since 2018, the estate at the foot of the striking Aremberg has been owned by the Pannhausen family, which is why we have given it the name "Landhaus am Aremberg".