Thomas and Gudrun Höreth's enchanting country inn is a labyrinth of little rooms and cellars grouped around oleander-lined courtyards. They have restored this former mill, originally dating to 1026, and furnished it with thoughtful details and authentic materials. Highlights of the menu include homemade cheeses, terrines, pâtés, and Entensülze (goose in aspic), served with the Höreths' own wines. For those who want to get away from the river, the Höreths have
a pleasing hotel in the forest, Höreth im Wald ($$$).