Located in Longuich village (Germany) in the Moselle Valley, Longen-Schlöder Guest Houses are simple and modern cottages set on the Longen-Schlöder Winery.
With the support of the Italian architect Matteo Thun, well known for his holistic and sustainable approach, the owners (Longen family) decided to expand the Vineyard and add special guest rooms to offer visitors a different kind of experience. Inspired by the traditional refuges of the vineyards, WeinKulturgut Longen-Schlöder offers 20 cabins each built with local materials and surrounded by rose and herb gardens. Each studio cabin has timber furnishings, a full-height wall separating the sleeping area from the bathroom, large glass doors and small wooden terrace.
The Moselle Valley, with its mild climate is ideal for the production of unique fruity wines and the Longen family produces and sells world-class white and sparkling wines (Riesling) from generation. The Vineria restaurant, also designed by Matteo Thun, has a beautiful view of the vineyards and offers breakfast and a dinner menus with fresh local produce and a selection of wines from the cellar. It is also a venue for art exhibitions, culinary tasting and other events related to wine.
Thanks to the proximity to France and Luxembourg WeinKulturgut Longen-Schlöder is perfect as starting point to discover the wine region, enjoy wine tasting and visit historic sites.
Info: http://www.longen-schloeder.de/ – Room price: double room from 88 euro, incl. breakfast, Wi-Fi (minimum 3 nights stay) – Services: parking
Photo Credit: ©Matteo Thun + Partners