On a tributary of the Mosel river, between the vineyards of the Mosel and the Saar-Ruwer, you will find RÜSSELs Landhaus. For wine lovers this romantic valley of the river Dhron is a wonderful place. The regional sights including the Cathedral of Trier (the oldest city in Germany) and the Roman Amphitheatre, are well worth a visit.
The varied surroundings feature woodlands and meadows, as well as vineyards. The individually designed rooms and suites in this beautiful country house are rustic, modern or themed, such as a Mediterranean. Each suite has a large, luxurious bathroom with bathtub.
The ‘New German Cuisine’ in RÜSSELs Michelin Starred restaurant is highly regarded in Germany. Enjoy regional dishes in the less formal restaurant Hasenpfeffer. Regional produce forms the basis for the creative and modern dishes at both restaurants. These are of course all accompanied by fantastic wines – you wouldn’t expect anything less in this wine region.
Chef Harald Rüssel and his sommelier-wife Ruth Rüssel create superb wine and dine arrangements. Chef Rüssel’s ‘New German Cuisine’ is creative and contemporary with regional touches. He sources the best of local produce.
The gourmet restaurant is on 2 floors with stunning views over the terrace and water. In the winter, an open fireplace creates a beacon of fine hospitality.
Winner of the QL Robbe & Berking Silver Butter Knife 2013
The restaurant is opened Thrusday through Monday between 12.00h - 14.00h, and 18.30h - 22.00h.
Restaurant Hasenpfeffer is opened Thursday through Monday between 07.30h - 23.00h.
The hotel’s large garden at the rear is at the edge of the forest. Relaxing in one of the loungers, you are sure to enjoy the sun and lovely scenery. Various outdoor facilities available. The attractive terrace offers stunning views to complement your lunch or dinner. The terrace has 12 tables for 30 guests.
The landscape around Hotel Rüssels Landhaus St. Urban is very varied. The beautiful country house is surrounded by woodlands and meadows. The ancient city of Trier is only 20 kilometres away. Trier is the oldest city in Germany and has lots of cultural places of interest to visit, such as the Cathedral and the amphitheatre. Wine lovers will of course enjoy a visit to the many famous vineyards in the Mosel and Saar-Ruwer region. These are only a short drive away.