Welcome in Nievern, in the beautiful valley of the river Lahn!
You wish to stay in a quiet but still central place? Then we are best choice!
Here you may feel “at home”:
You spend your holidays in our comfortable and caringly furnished holiday flat with balcony (60 qm for 3 persons / 90 qm for 5 persons / 110 qm für 7 persons).
Each room is provided with a dinette, TV and an integrated bathroom (shower / WC) as well as a canny living area, TV and WLAN (WiFi).
You may also choose our service to bring you rolls for breakfast in the morning.
In town you will find:
One restaurant, a bakery, a stationer’s, 2 playgrounds, a sports field in the wood, a clubhouse, a beach volleyball ground and a sports hall. Shopping possibilities are approximately 1,5 km far from us.
We look forward to receiving your request!
Kind regards, family KLAR
Nievern & surrounding area
Nievern is located close to the river Lahn, submontane to the mountain range Taunus and not far from the beautiful Central Rhine valley with its castles and vineyards. Romantic paths and marvellous views are typical for this area.
Here you will find various alternatives to explore our unique scenery, - be it by boat, bicycle or with solid footwear. You will also find numerous possibilities for a trip to places of interest.
Nievern is located approximately 3 km from the well-known spa town Bad Ems and approximately 15 km from Koblenz, gate to the UNESCO world heritage Upper Central Rhine valley.
Experience and discover the beautiful natural landscape of the Lahn valley! The area Rhein-Lahn-Taunus can serve well as active spare time residence by canoe, bicycle or by feet. After your activities you may relax in the spa of Bad Ems.
Fully developed and marked walking routes with amazing view points and resting places offer ideal circumstances for your activity holidays. The well-known hike path “Rheinsteig” is situated not far from us. We look forward to assisting you with regard to planning of your trips and tours.
A special event: the journey on the KD nostalgia ship “Goethe” through the romantic valley of the Loreley.