One of few medieval houses along the riverbank to survive World War II bombings, this family-run inn boasts an unbeatable location overlooking the river and right by Gross St. Martin. The hotel's quaintly furnished rooms are far from luxurious, but the place wins points for its history and reasonable prices. Ancient wooden beams grace some of the older rooms, but claustrophobic guests are advised to take up quarters in the "new" rooms. The inn's antique restaurant downstairs
offers authentic Rhenish flair and spruced-up versions of traditional German dishes.