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“This pretty country inn, a villa built in the first decade of Germany’s era of industrial expansion, is right at the heart of the Hunsrueck Mountains. The furnishings of the various guest rooms are undoubtedly influenced by art deco and art nouveau. Like the house itself, its landlady is also out of the ordinary. A graduate economist, Annette Hoffmann-Wild has been putting her very own concept of individual hospitality into practice since 1980.


Whole foods and their careful preparation are a matter of course to her. This also applies to her respect for special dietary preferences, for example vegetarianism. Nevertheless, especially the venison and fish dishes are particularly well made, for example the subtly flavoured lamb terrine with green leaves and the exquisitely tender saddle of hare with a rich Burgundy sauce. No less delicious is the salmon steak, pan-fried in olive oil, with a creamy Riesling and butter sauce.


The surprisingly generous wine list offers some interesting bargains: Classic Rieslings from Moselle and Nahe at very affordable prices.


The cosy guest rooms and the spacious garden are a permanent invitation to guests to “dangle their soul”.

Welcome at Landhaus Arnoth! At the heart of the Hunsrueck Mountains, away from the traffic of busy main roads, leisurely paths will lead you to our Country Hotel; across gentle hillsides, through winding valleys, alongside bushy hedgerows and old cottage gardens. In slate-grey elegance, covered in ivy and trailing wild cherries, the “Faust Old Inn” is welcoming its visitors. Hospitality in cosily tasteful surroundings has a long-standing tradition here.



What makes us special...

Crispy roast lamb or vegetable cocktail? Guests have been offered “cooking renowned for its quality, as well as fine beverages” since the beginning of the last century – a reputation to which we feel obliged. All our dishes are prepared from fresh ingredients, some of them grown in our own garden. We are always happy to accommodate your wishes for whole foods or health foods.


There is also the romantic town of Herrstein with its half-timbered houses, the telephone museum in Morbach and the wood museum in Rapprath. And most of all, there is the magnificent Moselle valley with its picturesque towns such as Bernkastel-Kues, Traben-Trarbach and Cochem, not to forget Trier, Germany's oldest town, with countless architectural reminders from Roman times.