Weinzuhause is a wine boutique hotel with an attached restaurant and a vinotheque in the middle of the Mommenheim vineyards. Here, guests experience an authentic and sustainable holiday in beautiful Rheinhessen. Once there, the first thing to do is switch off and enjoy with all your senses. Guests are offered a break from everyday life with culinary experiences and their own wines.
The host couple from the Weinzuhaus are Stefanie and Thomas Wild, as well as the winemaker family around the winemaker Tobias Becker. The idea for founding the house came about because, as a family, they wanted to offer their guests and customers a full-fledged experience on the subject of wine in the long term: wine tasting, enjoyment and culinary delights, events, buying wine and experiencing wine up close at the producer. The property is located next to the winery of Tobias, hostess Stefanie's brother, and offers a fantastic view. On the horizon you can discover the Rhenish-Hessian hilly landscape, the Taunus with the Feldberg and the metropolis of Frankfurt am Main.
The wine boutique hotel is small, cozy and flooded with light inside. It was built with great attention to detail. Materials such as wood, glass, natural stone sinks and color concepts are adapted to the environment. Other materials such as leather, stone and high-quality fabrics combine with modern elements and create a homely feel-good atmosphere. The rooms are decorated in red, white and rose wine tones. The aim was to make the surrounding nature tangible in the rooms as well. Most of the rooms have a balcony or a terrace that offers a beautiful view of the vineyards.
|Single room||from117 €|
|Double room||from129 €|
ArchitectureThe construction is based on the rows of vineyards in the region. When viewed directly, a harmonious overall picture emerges with the surrounding vineyards. During the planning, development and implementation, care was taken to ensure that the house was integrated harmoniously into its surroundings and formed a unity with its surroundings. During construction, we worked exclusively with German companies from Rhineland-Palatinate and the surrounding federal states of Hesse and Baden-Württemberg. Stones were used that were mined and processed in local quarries. The wood for the roof construction comes from the Hunsrück / Eifel region and was processed on site. The interior decorator of all the furniture comes from the Black Forest and processes the wood in his own workshop, where he also upholsters chairs, stools and mattresses for the rooms. Healthy building materials, such as clay and lime plaster, which are good for the indoor climate and well-being, are found throughout the hotel. When designing the gardens for the wine experience garden, local shrubs, trees, herbs, flowers and plants were used, which contribute to enhancing the flora in the region.
FoodThe Weinzuhaus offers regional and seasonal cuisine that changes at regular intervals, depending on the season. Above all, vegetarian and vegan dishes are offered, such as cabbage and swede curry with pearl barley and spelt. The guests will find typical regional dishes on their plates. The motto is: Freshness and enjoyment in harmony with the seasons, with a large part of the products coming from the region. Table water, whether sparkling or still, is prepared in-house; This eliminates long transport routes and packaging waste. Food waste is fed into the Re-Food system, which delivers the food waste to biogas plants to generate sustainable energy. Delicious meals are made from the fruits of our own fruit trees or homemade jams are prepared.
Above all, there is a respectful, appreciative cooperation. Employees from the region are employed in the hotel in order to strengthen the region in the long term. In addition to their salary, the staff receive free food and work clothes, tax-free additional benefits, regular feedback and development talks, training and internal training. The employees and their family members also receive discounts on hotel accommodation, restaurant visits and discounts when buying their own wine. In a second step, e-bike leasing is to start to promote health.
EnvironmentBed linen and towels are cleaned in a CO2-neutral manner. The hosts value materials from controlled organic cultivation with a Fairtrade seal. The soap products in the rooms and the public sanitary facilities were specially made for the Weinhaus. They consist of 100% organic ingredients, are made without preservatives or additives and are not tested on animals, vegan and free of microplastics. The electricity for the accommodation is self-produced: photovoltaics on the roof of the winery cover 100% of the daily electricity requirement. Rainwater is collected in large underground tanks and used to irrigate the outdoor area. It is heated with pellets. Extensive greening with shrubs, trees and plants is provided on generous compensation areas. These contribute to a natural upgrading of the cultivated areas and the landscape and are habitats for important insects and other animals. Garbage is separated regularly. Water can be saved by installing water-saving showerheads and faucets.
Well-BeingBicycles and e-bikes can be hired by guests daily at the Weinzuhause. "Wine & Yoga" takes place as a regular event in the garden.
|Single room||from117 €|
|Double room||from129 €|
It only takes about 20 minutes (15 km) by car from Mainz. It takes around 45 minutes from Frankfurt (52 km), from Mannheim in just under an hour (77 km), from Cologne in around 2 hours (198 km) and from Munich in around 4.5 hours (429 km). . The exact address can be found on the website.
The nearest train station with a direct bus connection to Mommenheim is in Mainz. Mainz main station is connected to the ICE network of Deutsche Bahn and offers regular connections from all cities in Germany. Bus line 660 runs from Mainz main station to Mommenheim. The Mommenheim "Denkmal" stop is only about a 10-minute walk from the hotel.
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