We stayed in the pension "Zum Burgfried", which offers several holiday flats in different sizes, and also chambers with bathroom. It's located in a side street (a blind alley) of the market place, at least that's the main entry with the bell. We only used it at arrival, there's another entry on the next floor at the street leading to the castle. You also can park your car at that street, there are usually several empty spaces. On the back of the house there's also a parking, with two parking lots reserved for the holiday flats.
The flats are well equipped and comfortable, we had everything we needed. They have a balcony, except the one at the attic, but instead that flat has really big living room with dining room & kitchen. You also can get breakfast in the guesthouse, which we did once, it was really good, with many different home-made jam – yummy!
The owners of the house are living at a different place but of course are in the house regularly and are very kind & helpful. In each flat you have a folder with lots of information, and you almost don't have to go to the tourist information as you'll find lot of flyers and maps already in the hall. Also, there are toys for children and some books for all ages.
Next to the City Park, just a few minutes to walk, there's a garden that belongs to the owners of the guesthouse and which can be used by the guests. You'll get a key for the little house there, and except garden furniture you'll have table tennis and a sandbox there. Very nice there! In summer, they also offer barbecue there, that must be great!
I stayed in Neuerburg, because I was playing with my wheelchair basketball team at a tournament in nearby Bitburg. Neuerburg is situated close to the Luxembourg border, in a very narrow, almost canyon-like valley. It has a gorgeous market square.
American military personnel might know this area in the very west of Germany well, because there are several large army bases in the area. For most Germans, it is definitely off the beaten path, but full of suprising discoveries. The area is also steeped in history with many relics from Roman or even older times, when the Celtic tribes settled here.
This is a very modern hotel. It seems to be run as a welfare project, which means that some of the staff are disabled people receiving a vocational training or simply being occupied for therapeutic reasons.
The hotel is also built completely barrier-free with at least 4 fully wheelchair-accessible rooms.
There are some spa and fitness facilities.
No 24-hour service, so make prior arrangements, especially when arriving late.
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