The property is in the old town on the Main River, and it can accommodate up to 6 people. Natural materials, colours, and a tiled fireplace create cosiness and a healthy room climate. On hot days you have a terrace to use and a romantic courtyard.
This "fully renovated" half-timbered house built in 1690 is in the old town of Lengfurt, and the house has its own charm. Materials such as clay and wood, floorboards and oak parquet make for a healthy room climate. Every room has its own colour and atmosphere. Every details has been kept while respect was paid to the history of the building. It was restored carefully so as to keep it for future generations.
You can use the time during your stay to take trips to the Franconian wine region of Fränkisches Weinland, visit the residence in Würzburg, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Discover the magical landscape, the Franconian food, the great wine, and much more on two wheels or on hikes. At the property you will find extensive material to plan your trip, and you will find places worth visiting.
We welcome you wholeheartedly in Lower Franconia, the "Gate to the Spessart". Enjoy the Franconian food and its wines. Discover the stunningly beautiful cultural landscape along the rivers of Main, Tauber, Sinn, and Saule with its cultural highlights.
Triefenstein is easily reached via the A3. Coming from Frankfurt (85 km) take the Marktheidenfeld junction. If you are coming from Würzburg, you are well advised to take the B8 instead of the A3 while the construction work is still continuing. You can park in front of the property for loading and unloading. 100 m from here you will find a public, free parking spot that always have enough free spots.
Please note that usage-based cost can occur additionally. If you have any questions please get in touch with the owner directly.
Should you have to cancel your booking, we will keep the deposit as a cancellation fee. The minimum number of nights is 3.
There are no hidden fees.
Mrs. Dagmar Blaha
I speak: German and English
I fell in love with this house at first sight 25 years ago. It required us to move from Frankfurt to Lengfurt. Despite the fact that many viewed the state of the property as less than promising back in those days, I only felt its special atmosphere and its character. Since then I have been commuting to work in Frankfurt. The house had been empty since 2011. What was going to happen next? Nobody liked the idea of selling it. And this is why it took several years, countless hours of work, lots of imagination, persistence and resistance to stress until the home that had aged so gracefully would become a treasure trove. In the meantime our children have grown up, and it is time to prepare for the decade to come.
You can reach us at virtually any time.