ArtCafé

Braumstriezel manufacture & art exhibition

The small ArtCafé in Drosselgasse is a jewel. It exudes the flair of the olde worlde: music for your soul, top-quality wine for connoisseurs, Rüdesheimer coffee and Baumstriezel, a wonderfully fragrant, freshly baked pastry on a spit for gourmets. Art exhibitions in the café change monthly.

Uwe and Emi’s magical parlour

An artist and a connoisseur meet …

When art and indulgence meet

Six years ago we decided to turn our dreams into. Uwe was looking for the right place to showcase his creative canvases, and Emi loved sharing her long-forgotten pastries with others. So we created an ArtCafé in the middle of Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim.

The Drosselhof

The Drosselhof traditional guest house

... from 1727 to 1928, the only wine tavern and restaurant in Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim. On our cosy terrace, you can enjoy a direct view of Drosselgasse or sit at tables surrounded by historical paintings. We serve exquisite wines from long-standing and well-known wineries from the region and tasty, lovingly prepared dishes. If you feel like it, you can sway to the sounds of our musicians, sing along or even put on your dancing shoes ...

Two generations – the oldest wine tavern and restaurant

Born in Paris, Lydie Roger has lived in Australia and yet has remained true to Rüdesheim am Rhein and "her" tavern since 1970. Working with Sören Kunze, as representative of the younger generation, and an experienced team, we enjoy welcoming guests from near and far ... with a bird sitting permanently on the roof of the tavern – a thrush, the symbol of Drosselgasse.

The historical Drosselhof is the birthplace of Rhineland joviality.

Historically, Drosselgasse provided lodging for Rhine sailors, but from 1860 the Drosselhof developed from a small-scale seasonal wine bar into a fully fledged wine tavern, and was already awarded a star by the Baedecker travel guide which described it as "very popular". The landlord realized that the jovial singalongs in his restaurant were attracting visitors in droves. The singing was so popular with the guests in this sole wine tavern in the alley that in 1883 a song was written especially for the Drosselhof, which has contributed substantially to the fame of Drosselgasse. During the Second World War, in November 1944, a bomb attack left the alley in rubble and ashes – only the Drosselhof was spared!

Caféhaus Engel

From carriages to cakes

Our café has been a perfect place to relax for centuries – indeed, taking a break has always been what our establishment is about.

And that was even the case back in 1841, when businessman Richard Ackermann purchased the building as an outhouse for horse-drawn carriages for his Gasthof ZUM ENGEL. Thus, his guests as well as their coachmen and horses were guaranteed a pleasant stay. And such generous hospitality has remained characteristic of the establishment up to the present day – first as a small-scale seasonal wine bar in the 1930s, then as Weinhaus Engel and today as Café Engel. Always a beautiful and popular meeting place and a great spot to relax.

Rüdesheim and Bato: A dynamic connection

When Bato was "stranded" in Rüdesheim 25 years ago, he immediately realized that he had found his new home.

True to his guiding principle, "you come and have to do something", he started his career in the restaurant business. As coffee lovers, Bato and his wife Sanja soon opened their own café – CAFÉ ENGEL – with which he has succeeded in making a name for himself. The guests love the nostalgic coffee house atmosphere. But, more than anything, it is his warmth and personality that make it so popular. It’s well worth checking it out for yourself …

Rüdesheim and coffee: A wonderful connection, too

It is only one of the numerous highlights in this Rüdesheim Café, but what a highlight: the Rüdesheimer coffee!

CAFÉ ENGEL offers its guests a host of delicacies, starting with its delicious home-made strudel. But it is the fiery "Rüdesheimer coffee” that is particularly popular. It has long since become the hallmark of the café and is an absolute MUST. As a passionate coffee connoisseur, Bato immediately discovered and was thrilled with the uniqueness of this speciality. He celebrates his Rüdesheimer coffee at the tables of numerous guests from all over the world in a very special way. CAFÉ ENGEL is quite simply a small sensation that is well worth a visit – and the best address for a first-class experience!

Wirtshaus Drosselmüller / Café Edel

#gemütlich #urig #drosselmüller

We conjure up dishes like moist Bierbratl (beer roast), crispy schnitzel, sweet and savoury dumplings, tempting Kaiserschmarrn (Tyrolean pancake speciality) and much more in our inn’s kitchen!

WE wish you a warm welcome!

We are family! The Lindenwirt is a family matter. The Ohlig family has been running the inn for generations. Franziska Ohlig and Thomas Dichtl, the latest generation, have now taken over. Old and young work hand in hand – no matter whether at the front desk or behind the scenes. The focus is always on ensuring that our guests feel comfortable. They are cared for by a large family and a team that feels close to the owners. You can feel it, because family matters are very important to us all ...

The alternative to wine

It's simple. Just stop by and experience our inn!

Wirtshaus Hannelore

Managed by the Behrens family for more than 65 years

Cosy ambience
German cuisine

Seats 200 people ( 150 indoors and 50 outdoors )

Live music and dancing

The restaurant is named after Hannelore Behrens.

Hans and Hannelore Behrens opened "Bei Hannelore" in 1954. Hans Georg and Ulli, together with Lydie and Sabine, took over the business in 1994 and continue to run it in the same spirit as their parents.

Since 2013, Ulli and Sabine have been responsible for the business, actively supported by their sons Sascha and Marcel.

Families with children, companies, bowling clubs, associations ...

Köpes, the so-called "King of Drosselgasse", returned to "Bei Hannelore” every year, together with his friends from the board of a football club.

And during each of “Schimmy’s” frequent visits with business partners from all over the world, he said that he finally felt "at home" again with us.

Fullmoon: A doctor from Seligenstadt was always drunk.

Gasthaus Winzerkeller

Gasthaus Winzerkeller – the 400-year-old Mang'sche house

Built in 1609, the historical Winzerkeller is located right at the heart of the old town of Rüdesheim at the top of Drosselgasse and is well worth a visit both in summer and winter. Spend a few carefree hours on our sunlit terrace decorated with flowers in summer, and enjoy our regional German cuisine with a glass of delicious Rheingau Riesling. For the Christmas market, we transform our establishment into an American Christmas house, adorning it with 1,000 lights. You can either warm up inside in our festively decorated restaurant with its rustic vaulted cellar, eat a delicious big bratwurst from the charcoal grill on our terrace or linger at our American stand in front of the building.

You are served by the boss in person here

As a trained restaurant specialist from Kassel, I moved to the beautiful town of Rüdesheim am Rhein in 2005, where I gathered experience at Rüdesheimer Schloss for three years before switching to the wine cellar in 2008. In 2010, my wife Donata and I were honoured to take over Mrs Christ-Maier’s traditional inn, thus continuing a 60-year-old family tradition. As the owner, it is very important to me to be close to my guests and therefore my service team and I personally take care of your well-being. As a father of two children, I particularly enjoy welcoming families with children. Thanks to our children's corner, parents can enjoy their meals in peace while the little ones let off steam.

The challenge of continuing a traditional family business

We feel completely at home in the old Mang´sche house, named after the winegrower Johann Mang. Built in the year I609 as the east wing of the Brömserhof by Messrs Brömser of Rüdesheim, it was owned by the winegrower Johann Mang from 1836. In the 1950s the Christ family bought the historic building and converted it into a wine restaurant with a rustic vaulted cellar. In 2010, after many years of dedication, Mrs Christ-Maier retired and gave me the opportunity to continue her family business. In the meantime, we have been running it for ten seasons. With the support of the inn’s permanent team, we continue to run it traditionally, in the same spirit as Mrs Christ-Maier and are still grateful to her today for the opportunity and trust she placed in us.

Breuer's Rüdesheimer Schloss | Weingasthaus

This is where the music is ...

Our traditional wine restaurant is made up of cosy wine taverns, a sunny conservatory and the romantic castle garden. Numerous guests from Rüdesheim and the whole world meet here for merry festivities, cosy summer evenings and stimulating conversations over a glass of wine. Enjoy this special atmosphere alone, with your partner, family, friends, or with colleagues from work and members of your club. We play music daily from Easter to Christmas. Our castle band plays the piano, saxophone, clarinet and violin. You are invited to listen, sing along and dance.

A strong team

Our guests appreciate us as hosts & as a family-run business, always present to help them. Susanne Breuer, the warm-hearted hostess & flower queen. Heinrich Breuer, a tranquil character & treasurer of over 350 rare Rheingau wines from three centuries & Maresa Nieten, who adds a breath of fresh air to the castle. The cheerful and enthusiastic castle team of 50 employees is particularly popular with guests. The focus is on regional & in-house specialities, fresh products, Rieslings & Pinot Noirs from the GEORG BREUER Winery.

There is a lime tree in the garden of Rüdesheimer Schloss …

... is the name of the famous hit from the 1920s, which was dedicated to the wine tavern at its opening. Since 1929, a lime tree has grown at the heart of our romantic castle garden, a wonderful witness to everything that has taken place there. The tree probably has many stories it could tell us. Stories about those that met under the lime tree, got to know each other, kissed, danced & clinked their glasses filled with Rüdesheim Riesling again and again: It knows what happened!

Bollesje

The prisoners’ dinner at Bollesje

The "prisoners’ dinner" at Bollesje is an unforgettable experience, packed with lots of fun and action – ideal for clubs, family celebrations or other occasions!
From 1804-1912, the building was home to the town’s prison. Since 1997 guests can immerse themselves in the world of gangsters.

The Climentis

Astrid and Kai Climenti are "genuine" Rüdesheimers and very strongly rooted in the region. They are the third generation running the family business.
Astrid, mother to Kai, has been running the business with a large dose of innovation and even more passion for 30 years.

Kai joined the family business 10 years ago. Before doing so, he trained as a winegrower and worked as a freelancer running an event location, gathering experience which has been useful for setting up the QuerfeldWein and QuerfeldHeim businesses. As your local contact, he is delighted to represent the GUDE virtues of the region.

Simone Schuld started as assistant to the management. Guests at QuerfeldHeim are looked after by a competent contact person on site.

Former prison from 1806 - 1904

The building at Oberstr. 30 was a prison that housed tax evaders from 1806 to 1912. When the cable car opened in 1954,  it became a prime location in the heart of the old town. Back then, the "Zur Talstation" restaurant was set up there.

At the beginning of 1997, the restaurant was given a facelift and renamed "Bollesje" (word for prison in Hessian dialect). The "QuerfeldWein” Vinothek, a wine boutique, was added in 2009. It is located in the former stable in the building’s inner courtyard.

Hotel Lindenwirt | Weingarten

You made your bed, now sleep in it!

We lovingly provide you with accommodation and look after you. You will find everything you need for a good night and a great holiday in our rooms. And this quality has been officially awarded "3 stars".

We do what we can to give our guests the moon and the stars – day and night. And if you're into lullabies, no problem – our musicians will be happy to play one for you. Sleep well ...

WE wish you a warm welcome!

We are family! The Lindenwirt is a family matter. The Ohlig family has been running the inn for generations. Franziska Ohlig and Thomas Dichtl, the latest generation, have now taken over. Old and young work hand in hand – no matter whether at the front desk or behind the scenes. The focus is always on ensuring that our guests feel comfortable. They are cared for by a large family and a team that connects strongly with the owners. You can feel it, because family matters to us all ...

Destroyed by bombs – rebuilt with wine

The "Lindenwirt" opened in 1927. It was the second wine tavern to open in Drosselgasse after the "Drosselhof". The boom in Drosselgasse was originally triggered by the construction of the Niederwald monument. However, it slowed down considerably during and after the First World War. In the 1920s, an increasing number of guests started returning to Drosselgasse, and more and more innkeepers wanted a piece of the cake. At Whitsun 1949, the hotel and wine tavern "Lindenwirt" was reopened and is still managed by the Ohlig family, who have now been running it for three generations.

ArtCafé

Braumstriezel manufacture & art exhibition

The small ArtCafé in Drosselgasse is a jewel. It exudes the flair of the olde worlde: music for your soul, top-quality wine for connoisseurs, Rüdesheimer coffee and Baumstriezel, a wonderfully fragrant, freshly baked pastry on a spit for gourmets. Art exhibitions in the café change monthly.

Uwe and Emi’s magical parlour

An artist and a connoisseur meet …

When art and indulgence meet

Six years ago we decided to turn our dreams into. Uwe was looking for the right place to showcase his creative canvases, and Emi loved sharing her long-forgotten pastries with others. So we created an ArtCafé in the middle of Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim.

Wirtshaus Hannelore

Managed by the Behrens family for more than 65 years

Cosy ambience
German cuisine

Seats 200 people ( 150 indoors and 50 outdoors )

Live music and dancing

The restaurant is named after Hannelore Behrens.

Hans and Hannelore Behrens opened "Bei Hannelore" in 1954. Hans Georg and Ulli, together with Lydie and Sabine, took over the business in 1994 and continue to run it in the same spirit as their parents.

Since 2013, Ulli and Sabine have been responsible for the business, actively supported by their sons Sascha and Marcel.

Families with children, companies, bowling clubs, associations ...

Köpes, the so-called "King of Drosselgasse", returned to "Bei Hannelore” every year, together with his friends from the board of a football club.

And during each of “Schimmy’s” frequent visits with business partners from all over the world, he said that he finally felt "at home" again with us.

Fullmoon: A doctor from Seligenstadt was always drunk.

The Drosselhof

The Drosselhof traditional guest house

... from 1727 to 1928, the only wine tavern and restaurant in Drosselgasse in Rüdesheim. On our cosy terrace, you can enjoy a direct view of Drosselgasse or sit at tables surrounded by historical paintings. We serve exquisite wines from long-standing and well-known wineries from the region and tasty, lovingly prepared dishes. If you feel like it, you can sway to the sounds of our musicians, sing along or even put on your dancing shoes ...

Two generations – the oldest wine tavern and restaurant

Born in Paris, Lydie Roger has lived in Australia and yet has remained true to Rüdesheim am Rhein and "her" tavern since 1970. Working with Sören Kunze, as representative of the younger generation, and an experienced team, we enjoy welcoming guests from near and far ... with a bird sitting permanently on the roof of the tavern – a thrush, the symbol of Drosselgasse.

The historical Drosselhof is the birthplace of Rhineland joviality.

Historically, Drosselgasse provided lodging for Rhine sailors, but from 1860 the Drosselhof developed from a small-scale seasonal wine bar into a fully fledged wine tavern, and was already awarded a star by the Baedecker travel guide which described it as "very popular". The landlord realized that the jovial singalongs in his restaurant were attracting visitors in droves. The singing was so popular with the guests in this sole wine tavern in the alley that in 1883 a song was written especially for the Drosselhof, which has contributed substantially to the fame of Drosselgasse. During the Second World War, in November 1944, a bomb attack left the alley in rubble and ashes – only the Drosselhof was spared!

Caféhaus Engel

From carriages to cakes

Our café has been a perfect place to relax for centuries – indeed, taking a break has always been what our establishment is about.

And that was even the case back in 1841, when businessman Richard Ackermann purchased the building as an outhouse for horse-drawn carriages for his Gasthof ZUM ENGEL. Thus, his guests as well as their coachmen and horses were guaranteed a pleasant stay. And such generous hospitality has remained characteristic of the establishment up to the present day – first as a small-scale seasonal wine bar in the 1930s, then as Weinhaus Engel and today as Café Engel. Always a beautiful and popular meeting place and a great spot to relax.

Rüdesheim and Bato: A dynamic connection

When Bato was "stranded" in Rüdesheim 25 years ago, he immediately realized that he had found his new home.

True to his guiding principle, "you come and have to do something", he started his career in the restaurant business. As coffee lovers, Bato and his wife Sanja soon opened their own café – CAFÉ ENGEL – with which he has succeeded in making a name for himself. The guests love the nostalgic coffee house atmosphere. But, more than anything, it is his warmth and personality that make it so popular. It’s well worth checking it out for yourself …

Rüdesheim and coffee: A wonderful connection, too

It is only one of the numerous highlights in this Rüdesheim Café, but what a highlight: the Rüdesheimer coffee!

CAFÉ ENGEL offers its guests a host of delicacies, starting with its delicious home-made strudel. But it is the fiery "Rüdesheimer coffee” that is particularly popular. It has long since become the hallmark of the café and is an absolute MUST. As a passionate coffee connoisseur, Bato immediately discovered and was thrilled with the uniqueness of this speciality. He celebrates his Rüdesheimer coffee at the tables of numerous guests from all over the world in a very special way. CAFÉ ENGEL is quite simply a small sensation that is well worth a visit – and the best address for a first-class experience!

Wirtshaus Drosselmüller / Café Edel

#gemütlich #urig #drosselmüller

We conjure up dishes like moist Bierbratl (beer roast), crispy schnitzel, sweet and savoury dumplings, tempting Kaiserschmarrn (Tyrolean pancake speciality) and much more in our inn’s kitchen!

WE wish you a warm welcome!

We are family! The Lindenwirt is a family matter. The Ohlig family has been running the inn for generations. Franziska Ohlig and Thomas Dichtl, the latest generation, have now taken over. Old and young work hand in hand – no matter whether at the front desk or behind the scenes. The focus is always on ensuring that our guests feel comfortable. They are cared for by a large family and a team that feels close to the owners. You can feel it, because family matters are very important to us all ...

The alternative to wine

It's simple. Just stop by and experience our inn!

Gasthaus Winzerkeller

Gasthaus Winzerkeller – the 400-year-old Mang'sche house

Built in 1609, the historical Winzerkeller is located right at the heart of the old town of Rüdesheim at the top of Drosselgasse and is well worth a visit both in summer and winter. Spend a few carefree hours on our sunlit terrace decorated with flowers in summer, and enjoy our regional German cuisine with a glass of delicious Rheingau Riesling. For the Christmas market, we transform our establishment into an American Christmas house, adorning it with 1,000 lights. You can either warm up inside in our festively decorated restaurant with its rustic vaulted cellar, eat a delicious big bratwurst from the charcoal grill on our terrace or linger at our American stand in front of the building.

You are served by the boss in person here

As a trained restaurant specialist from Kassel, I moved to the beautiful town of Rüdesheim am Rhein in 2005, where I gathered experience at Rüdesheimer Schloss for three years before switching to the wine cellar in 2008. In 2010, my wife Donata and I were honoured to take over Mrs Christ-Maier’s traditional inn, thus continuing a 60-year-old family tradition. As the owner, it is very important to me to be close to my guests and therefore my service team and I personally take care of your well-being. As a father of two children, I particularly enjoy welcoming families with children. Thanks to our children's corner, parents can enjoy their meals in peace while the little ones let off steam.

The challenge of continuing a traditional family business

We feel completely at home in the old Mang´sche house, named after the winegrower Johann Mang. Built in the year I609 as the east wing of the Brömserhof by Messrs Brömser of Rüdesheim, it was owned by the winegrower Johann Mang from 1836. In the 1950s the Christ family bought the historic building and converted it into a wine restaurant with a rustic vaulted cellar. In 2010, after many years of dedication, Mrs Christ-Maier retired and gave me the opportunity to continue her family business. In the meantime, we have been running it for ten seasons. With the support of the inn’s permanent team, we continue to run it traditionally, in the same spirit as Mrs Christ-Maier and are still grateful to her today for the opportunity and trust she placed in us.

Breuer's Rüdesheimer Schloss | Weingasthaus

This is where the music is ...

Our traditional wine restaurant is made up of cosy wine taverns, a sunny conservatory and the romantic castle garden. Numerous guests from Rüdesheim and the whole world meet here for merry festivities, cosy summer evenings and stimulating conversations over a glass of wine. Enjoy this special atmosphere alone, with your partner, family, friends, or with colleagues from work and members of your club. We play music daily from Easter to Christmas. Our castle band plays the piano, saxophone, clarinet and violin. You are invited to listen, sing along and dance.

A strong team

Our guests appreciate us as hosts & as a family-run business, always present to help them. Susanne Breuer, the warm-hearted hostess & flower queen. Heinrich Breuer, a tranquil character & treasurer of over 350 rare Rheingau wines from three centuries & Maresa Nieten, who adds a breath of fresh air to the castle. The cheerful and enthusiastic castle team of 50 employees is particularly popular with guests. The focus is on regional & in-house specialities, fresh products, Rieslings & Pinot Noirs from the GEORG BREUER Winery.

There is a lime tree in the garden of Rüdesheimer Schloss …

... is the name of the famous hit from the 1920s, which was dedicated to the wine tavern at its opening. Since 1929, a lime tree has grown at the heart of our romantic castle garden, a wonderful witness to everything that has taken place there. The tree probably has many stories it could tell us. Stories about those that met under the lime tree, got to know each other, kissed, danced & clinked their glasses filled with Rüdesheim Riesling again and again: It knows what happened!

Bollesje

The prisoners’ dinner at Bollesje

The "prisoners’ dinner" at Bollesje is an unforgettable experience, packed with lots of fun and action – ideal for clubs, family celebrations or other occasions!
From 1804-1912, the building was home to the town’s prison. Since 1997 guests can immerse themselves in the world of gangsters.

The Climentis

Astrid and Kai Climenti are "genuine" Rüdesheimers and very strongly rooted in the region. They are the third generation running the family business.
Astrid, mother to Kai, has been running the business with a large dose of innovation and even more passion for 30 years.

Kai joined the family business 10 years ago. Before doing so, he trained as a winegrower and worked as a freelancer running an event location, gathering experience which has been useful for setting up the QuerfeldWein and QuerfeldHeim businesses. As your local contact, he is delighted to represent the GUDE virtues of the region.

Simone Schuld started as assistant to the management. Guests at QuerfeldHeim are looked after by a competent contact person on site.

Former prison from 1806 - 1904

The building at Oberstr. 30 was a prison that housed tax evaders from 1806 to 1912. When the cable car opened in 1954,  it became a prime location in the heart of the old town. Back then, the "Zur Talstation" restaurant was set up there.

At the beginning of 1997, the restaurant was given a facelift and renamed "Bollesje" (word for prison in Hessian dialect). The "QuerfeldWein” Vinothek, a wine boutique, was added in 2009. It is located in the former stable in the building’s inner courtyard.

Hotel Lindenwirt | Weingarten

You made your bed, now sleep in it!

We lovingly provide you with accommodation and look after you. You will find everything you need for a good night and a great holiday in our rooms. And this quality has been officially awarded "3 stars".

We do what we can to give our guests the moon and the stars – day and night. And if you're into lullabies, no problem – our musicians will be happy to play one for you. Sleep well ...

WE wish you a warm welcome!

We are family! The Lindenwirt is a family matter. The Ohlig family has been running the inn for generations. Franziska Ohlig and Thomas Dichtl, the latest generation, have now taken over. Old and young work hand in hand – no matter whether at the front desk or behind the scenes. The focus is always on ensuring that our guests feel comfortable. They are cared for by a large family and a team that connects strongly with the owners. You can feel it, because family matters to us all ...

Destroyed by bombs – rebuilt with wine

The "Lindenwirt" opened in 1927. It was the second wine tavern to open in Drosselgasse after the "Drosselhof". The boom in Drosselgasse was originally triggered by the construction of the Niederwald monument. However, it slowed down considerably during and after the First World War. In the 1920s, an increasing number of guests started returning to Drosselgasse, and more and more innkeepers wanted a piece of the cake. At Whitsun 1949, the hotel and wine tavern "Lindenwirt" was reopened and is still managed by the Ohlig family, who have now been running it for three generations.

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