The Bruch Castle was originally the domain of the lords of bruch. the earliest documentary mention of the house of bruch dates from the year 1138, with Fridelo von Bruch. The large manor house, located in the south west corner of the fortress, was constructed in 1738 by count Kesselstatt, the owner of the property at that time.It incorporates the old chapel, wich was built about 1300.You will be staying in this manor house together with your hosts. We offer four guest rooms, all with private facilities. Each room has been decorated in a different colour and all have been luxuriously appointed with atmospheric antiquities.As guest of the castle of Bruch you will take lodging in the center of the Eifel-Mosel region. It is a perfect starting point to explore and experience both regions and the oldest city of Germany : Trier.The land surrounding the castle of Bruch has been marked by the passage of romans and kelts. The routes for riding and hiking run through extensive forests and past places of ancient history. They afford the traveler the most beautiful view on the Eifel landscape.It is this indigenous rock that brings forth one of the regions main attractions: the world famous Riesling wine.And what goes best with good wine is good food. Some of Germanies top restaurants are nearby.
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