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Parking space at the winery directly on the Moselle

About this campspace #s006169

Your host

Manuel
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    3 pitches

We warmly welcome you!

Our camping meadow is on the edge of the village of Mesenich and offers a wonderful view of the Moselle, which is only separated from the pitch by a narrow cycle path.

We invite you to visit our Hirschen-Schuster winery, 400m away, and taste our wines. Here you will also find a toilet, the possibility to get fresh water and to dispose of garbage.

The area around the parking space is ideal for cycling and hiking. A trip to the Geierlay suspension bridge or the Reichsburg Cochem are also popular activities.

We look forward to you!

Perfect for...

Cyclists, hikers and wine lovers

Ways to spend the night

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    Van

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    Motorhome

This campspace offers

Shared amenities

Food and drink

  • Icon Drinking water

    You can get fresh water at our winery 400m away.

Sanitation

  • Icon Toilet

    You can use a toilet on our winery, 400m away. There is no toilet directly on the camping meadow,

Pet-friendly

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    Your four-legged friends are very welcome with us.

Views

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    The parking space is located directly on the Moselle and is only separated from the river bank by a cycle path.

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Not included

Food and drink

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    BBQ

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    Wood-fired oven

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    Hot water

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    Refrigerator

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    Dishwashing sink

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    Kitchen

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    Dining table

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    Gas stove

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    Cooking basics

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    Dishes and cutlery

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    Electric kettle

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    Coffee maker

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    Coffee and tea

Comfort & Fun

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    Hot tub

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    Sauna

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    Fire basket

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    Fireplace

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    Fire bowl

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    Firewood available

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    Decorative lights

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    Swimming pond or river

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    Swimming pool

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    Trampoline

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    Sports and games gear

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    Towels

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    Bed linen, pillow and duvet

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    Hammock

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    WiFi

Sanitation

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    Hot shower

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    Cold shower

Electricity

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    Electricity

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    Phone charging station

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    EV car charging

For RVs

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    RV electricity hookup

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    RV Dump station

Heating

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    Electrical heating

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    Wood burner

In case of rain

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    Covered kitchen

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    Rain shelter

Family-friendly

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    Animals on site

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    Playground for children

Parking

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    Parking on site

Views

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    Sunrise view

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    Sunset view

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    Forest view

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    Lake view

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    Sea view

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    Mountain view

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    Field view

Seating area

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    Picnic table

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    Outdoor seating area

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    Indoor seating area

Ways to spend the day

Manuel's tips
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    Visit our winery 400m away and try our wine

In the area
  • Icon Hiking

    Walks through the vineyards

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    The parking space is located directly on a cycle path from which you can take tours along the Moselle.

  • Icon Wine or beer tasting

    Wine tasting at our winery 400m away

  • Icon Visiting nearby towns

    The picturesque town of Cochem is about 6 km away.

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    Boat tours on the Moselle, eg from Cochem.

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What will you find in the area?

Landscape characteristics

  • Icon River or stream
  • Icon Urban area
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  • Icon Vineyard

Your host, Manuel

4.33 (9 reviews)

Reviews

Paul

Tell us about your experience
We always enjoy our cycling and walking holiday on the Moselle, the village of Mesenich is pleasant and cozy! We enjoyed warm summer days in Mesenich!

How was the contact with the host?
Manuel is a winegrower and has a nice Riesling, which we enjoyed.
Manuel came to take a look at the place, he is a friendly man.

Tips for new guests?
The site is self-sufficient, there is no water or electricity, but water is available at Manuel's home, about 500m from the camping site, there is also the toilet.

August 2022 · Translated from dutch

REIN

Tell us about your experience
Our first weekend away with the new Sheepie roof tent, straight to an old well-known spot Mesenich on the Moselle. This small idyllic wine village already stole our hearts years ago and we have therefore often been on the Family campsite next door.
Booking this Campspace online went without a hitch, before I knew it everything was confirmed and paid, including a neat route description.
The place is fantastic if you take the road that runs behind it for granted and the bike path in front of your (roof) tent door. Furthermore, you are right on the Moselle with a phenomenal view.
The sanitary facilities are, as was told in advance, at a considerable walking distance, the advantage is that you probably go to the toilet less often, but if you really have to leave on time. There are no facilities on site, including no electricity, or water tap, etc.
We were sorry that with 34 degrees there are no shower facilities in the sanitary area, because swimming in the Moselle was discouraged due to blue-green algae. So we showered "illegally" at the Family camping Mesenich, which is known to us, which is located 100 meters next to this Campspace. We have tipped the landlord to make a shower facility.
In summary, a unique location for the real basic camper, for a fair price, with some restrictions, of which note!

How was the contact with the host?
We met Manuel on day two and received an invitation to get acquainted with the wines of the house. We had already bought into an old acquaintance of ours.

Tips for new guests?
We had scooters with us, because it is quite a walk to the sanitary facility. A toilet bucket also helps, of course.
The entertainment is locally very limited, for that you have to cycle or drive a bit further, depending on what you are looking for.
In the context of CO2 reduction, we drive electrically, among other things, make sure you have well-filled batteries, because charging points are rarely found in this area.
Wine festivals all the more, so if you like that, check the dates of the various events beforehand, we had a lovely toast with Bacchus!
There are no more shops in the village, in the season there is regularly a bakery stall on the campsite, eating out is excellent in Mesenich, there are various options for this if you just walk into the village

August 2022 · Translated from dutch

Ivonne

Tell us about your experience
It was a great parking space right on the Moselle, only the village street was very noisy during peak traffic times. Sanitary facilities tip top order.

How was the contact with the host?
Very friendly

Tips for new guests?
The village street is very busy, if you don't mind it has a great parking space.

August 2022 · Translated from german

corinna

Tips for new guests?
I found it very convenient that I had my bike with me so I could cycle to the toilet. But of course you can also do it without a bike...

July 2022 · Translated from

Kathleen

Tell us about your experience
Very quiet and small village on the Moselle. The small meadow is right next to a family campsite where in the morning there is also a driving baker and you can get fresh bread rolls. (There is no supermarket / shop or bakery in the village.) Furthermore, Cochem and Zell are a 20min drive away. It is best to take your car or bicycle because public transport does not work very smoothly. The toilet is a 400 to 500m walk. Very well maintained and easily accessible even at night.

How was the contact with the host?
The first day we went to ask for water and this went very smoothly.

Tips for new guests?
Rent or bring a bicycle. Think of Cash money, in Germany they don't use the card that much yet.

July 2022 · Translated from dutch

Jelle

Tell us about your experience
It was a bit hard to find the spot, but the host provided us with elaborate instructions. The facilities where fine, but pretty basic. Yet the price is also okay and the host was kind.

June 2022 · Translated from dutch

Scout Caroline About the scout program

Tell us about your experience
We camped overnight with Manuel on the Moselle. For us it was the first camping experience with our Caddy Camper, so it was exciting. Arriving at the meadow there were already a few other campers, but there was enough room for everyone. We had a beautiful view of the Moselle and it was quiet. A bicycle/walking path runs in front of your pitch. The road continues behind the place, but that didn't bother us, there was little traffic. The grass had just been trimmed, so it was certainly neat. You can use 2 toilets and sinks in Daniel's domain. (in the garage on the right) It was clean and only a 5 minute walk from the campspace.
So highly recommended!

How was the contact with the host?
Good, quick responses

Tips for new guests?
Definitely recommended, beautiful view and quiet!

May 2022 · Translated from dutch

Hugo

Tell us about your experience
Lovely spot right on the Moselle. We had plenty of space, camping guests next to our place had some jealous looks ...
The cycle path between us and the Moselle is well used, but no nuisance was experienced. Water can be obtained from Manuel 200m into the village. Manuel's wines are super good!!!

How was the contact with the host?
Very good, we were taken to our place. Very friendly and welcoming.

Tips for new guests?
Self-sufficient is important, there are no facilities on the site. Waste can be brought to Manuel, water and toilet can also be used with them.

May 2022 · Translated from dutch

Hugo

Tell us about your experience
A nice spot, with a view of the Moselle, only a bicycle path in between. On the other side there is a road, but traffic is light. Is a place to be self-sufficient. Water can be obtained from the host in the village (300m). There is also a toilet to use. Next to the field is a campsite. But no inconvenience. Actually a beautiful location.

How was the contact with the host?
Very good, Manuel brought us to the spot and had the whole field to ourselves. The owner also came to welcome us and was very hospitable. Fun people!

Tips for new guests?
Self-sufficiency is a must.

May 2022 · Translated from dutch

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Cancellation Policy

Guests who cancel at least 30 days before check-in date will receive a refund of the amount paid by them (excl. Campspace fees). If they cancel between 14 and 30 days before check-in, they will receive a 50% refund. Otherwise they will not be refunded.

Checking in and out

Check-in between: 2:00 pm–8:00 pm
Check-out between: 9:00 am–12:00 pm

Parking space with a view of the Moselle

Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday

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Parking space with a view of the Moselle

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Max. people
Pitches
3

Our camping meadow is located directly on the banks of the Moselle, separated only by the cycle path. Since the meadow has no water, electricity or sanitary facilities, it is best suited for self-sufficient mobile homes.

Minimum number of nights: 1
Maximum number of nights: 5
Child price applies from this age: 0
Children's price up to this age: 18
Arrival allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Departure allowed on: Monday to Sunday
Minimum number of days that can be booked in advance: 0
Maximum number of days that can be booked in advance: 360

from € 7.00 per night

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