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Mosel- konditerei, train stations, seating riverside

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Please help narrow my search. I am looking for a quiet relaxing time in the Mosel, in a town with good train access. We will spend about 6 days ideally relaxing, doing some light walking/hiking, and easy biking. I would like a smaller hotel or B and B where we could get fresh broetchen and meat for breakfast. We dont go out at night other than for a bite to eat. I would like very much to be able to sit by the river and just read a book. I am looking to stay in walking distance of a really good Konditerei where I can load up on goodies to take back to the hotel/pension to snack on throughout the day . ( i prefer this to ordering dessert at the restaurants )
Also looking for recommendations for places to eat that might serve me a kinder teller or a smaller entree. It's no good trying to get an extra plate with my husband - he likes his entire dinner !
I am also planning a trip to one of the spas with thermal baths and will take help choosing the best of these. The less time spent traveling from place to place the better.
I am thinking that Cochem is my best bet but do not want to rule out what might be a better option if any of you have better ideas. ( it does seem a little touristy in the videos i've seen )
I lived in Heidelberg for 5 years and traveled quite a bit in germany so i would prefer to be less in tourist mode and more in the mode of " living " in the region ... soaking up all the splendor .
Of course we will take one boat cruise along the river. We reckon it will be a lazy relaxing way to enjoy the scenery.
This trip is planned for June 2017

Thanks in advance for patience and assistance.

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