Mosel Accommodation


Our recommended booking agent is Hotels.comIt lists a wide range of hotels, both boutique and more traditional in style, all the way along the Mosel from Trier to Koblenz.  You can view the comments of guests who have stayed in a particular hotel to help you make a decision.

Once you are in the area, you can often book through the local tourist offices, or they will at least help you to make a booking yourself.  Most tourist offices will have an English speaker available. 


Guesthouses & B&Bs

If you want to stay in accommodation of this type then we suggest that you (in this order):

  1. use
  2. look at the web sites of the villages you are interested in (see the tabular route guide)
  3. Google "Bed and Breakfast" and "Pension" (the latter being the German word for a guesthouse or simple hotel), plus the name of the Mosel village in question.
  4. try Pensionen Mosel which we have not used ourselves
Wineries are normally very agreeable places to stay but they can be a little more expensive than an ordinary B&B.  



Again we are not aware of a good Mosel agency for apartments to support our cycle tour.  If an apartment is of interest we recommend you choose a village from the tabular route guide) and look at the apartment web sites listed there.  Generally you need to book an apartment for 3 or more days, probably a week in high season, but for a family with young children this can be a great way of enjoying the area.



We are not experts on campsites but it is noticeable that a fair proportion of those on the Mosel are members of EuroCampings and also promote themselves on the village web-sites.


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