This rustic family inn is set amid the forested hills of the Enderttal (Endert Valley) on the site of a historic mill that belonged to the current proprietor's great-great-grandfather. Lined with photos and memorabilia from the original mill, it's an oasis from traffic and crowds yet only 2½ km (1½ mi) from Cochem. Beneath the exposed beams and painted ceiling of the restaurant, trout from the hotel's own fish farm will grace your table. German and French wines are served.
The inn's underground bar, originally built to become a swimming pool, opens around 9 pm and is a bit of a time capsule with lots of 1970s German kitsch.