Mucherwiese Bio- und Kulturhof

Bad Honnef, Siebengebirge, Germany

A large garden with colorful flowers, beautiful trees, bleating sheep and beds with fruit and vegetables straight out of a picture book. Here in the Siebengebirge between Ölberg, Wolkenburg and Drachenfels you have a lot of nature to breathe deeply in.

The Mucherwiese organic and cultural farm on the edge of the Siebengebirge was founded in 1935 by the artist Walther Kniebe. His anthroposophical thoughts and free art forced him to withdraw from the public eye as an artist at the time and so he and some like-minded people found an ideal retreat in an old hunting lodge. It became - and still is - an oasis for artistic and social exchange and organic farming on an anthroposophical basis.

Today the farm is run by a cross-generational, integrative and self-governing farm community, which is organized into a non-profit association. For guests big and small, this is a place for relaxation, inspiration and nature experiences.

The rooms (and the garden tent) are of different sizes and decorated in natural colors. The furniture is mostly made of wood and a mix of old and new. A playful chandelier meets a milking stool or a rustic wooden chest of drawers. The real luxury here is complete peace.

Because there is only forest and meadows around and at night you can even see the stars. There are lots of vegetables, flowers, herbs and fruits, species-rich biotopes with a wide variety of plants and retreats for wild animals. All processes have been thought and lived here holistically for almost ninety years.

Rooms + Rates

per night
Zeltfrom67 €
Apartmentfrom97 €
Ferienhausfrom153 €


ArchitectureDuring renovation and renovation measures, emphasis is placed on ecological materials - such as clay paint for the walls - and the greatest possible use and reuse.

FoodFarm products such as flower and herbal teas, flower and herb salt, honey, apple juice from old varieties and jams are offered. After individual arrangement, the tent guests can take part in the farm community's lunch. Here we mainly use freshly harvested and seasonal vegetables from our own cultivation. Leftover food ends up in the compost or is fed to the animals.

The employees are from the town or live on the farm. An integrative workplace is provided. There are also many volunteers (including student interns) on the farm throughout the year who live and work here. Residents, employees and helpers come together for lunch. The association promotes further training for its employees. There are also educational offerings in the area of ​​sustainable development; School classes can visit the sheep shearing and learn everything about bees, nature conservation, haymaking, apple harvesting and organic farming.

EnvironmentSustainability, nature and climate protection have been practiced here on the farm for generations. Due to the proximity to an ecologically managed garden in which predominantly manual work is carried out, compost farming, species-appropriate husbandry of old, rare breeds of farm animals, wetlands, orchards, and maintenance of the forest edge. The electricity comes of course from renewable energies, furniture and furnishings are from flea markets and junk shops, waste separation and composting, rainwater harvesting for irrigation in the garden, biodegradable dishwashing and cleaning agents and care products have always been in use here.


  • Holiday close to nature on an organic and cultural farm
  • Located on the edge of the Siebengebirge, quiet, in the middle of nature with clean air and a starry sky
  • Flower and herbal teas, flower and herbal salt, honey, apple juice from old varieties and jams from our own production
  • Lunch with mostly home-grown vegetables possible by individual arrangement
  • Regular farm days where guests are invited to join in and help on the farm and in the garden.
  • Educational programs for children in nature and workshops such as Qi Gong, free painting and Kneipp treatments
  • Many activities possible: hikes in the Siebengebirge, bike tours on the Rhine, forest bathing, discovering nature, campfires, building huts, barefoot paths, and much more
  • Excursions to the Drachenfels in Königswinter, the Siebengebirge nature reserve and the cultural cities of Bonn and Cologne are possible

Organic and cultural farm1 holiday home, 1 apartment, 1 bell tentOwn cooking facilitiesChildren welcomeWi-Fino disabled accessno PoolPets allowed


  • 1 holiday home for up to 7 people (can also be rented as 2 holiday apartments for up to 4 people, each with a kitchenette + private bathroom)
  • 1 studio for up to 4 people with kitchenette and bathroom
  • 1 bell tent for up to 5 people (bring a sleeping bag or blankets and your own cooking equipment) - simple sanitary facilities with a shower are located on the farm
  • Farm products can be purchased on site
  • Studio for around 15 people to rent
  • Open to guests from April to October
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Rooms + Rates

per night
Zeltfrom67 €
Apartmentfrom97 €
Ferienhausfrom153 €

Location + Directions

By car

From Bonn it takes around 30 minutes to get to the farm (20 km). From Frankfurt it takes around 2 hours (150 km), from Dortmund it also takes around 2 hours (131 km) and from Hanover it takes around 4 hours (329 km). The exact address can be found on the website.

With public transport

The nearest train station is in Bad Honnef (4 km away). From there a bus (line 560) runs to “Bad Honnef Sportplatz”. The bus stop is about 1.3 km from the farm.