IPA House Altes Rathaus, Walluf, Germany

18 Feb 2017


The IPA House ‘Altes Rathaus’ is situated in the town of Walluf and only 15 minutes away from Wiesbaden, Mainz and the tourist attraction of Rüdesheim on the River Rhine.

The IPA House – ‘The Old Town Hall’, renovated in 1993, was built in 1412 as a half-timbered house and served as the town hall until 1972.

Today you’ll find a branch bank of the ‘Wiesbadener Volksbank’ on the ground floor.

The IPA facility, which accommodates 5 people, is situated on the upper floor and has two bedrooms - bedroom 1 has a double bed with an additional bed, and bedroom 2 has 2 single beds. A cot is available on request.

In addition, there are two toilets, a bathroom, as well as a large living room with a television.

Oberwalluf - called Walluf, is known as the ‘gateway to the Rheingau’, and is located next to the city of Wiesbaden and the town Eltville. The historic centre of Eltville is famous for sparkling wine and roses, as well as for its castles and scenic lanes. The inventor of the printing press, Johannes Gutenberg, is highlighted in a museum close-by.

Other local attractions include the Rheingau, the Taunus mountains and the Golden City of Mainz, founded by the Romans two thousand years ago!

There are good public transport links available to all cities in the vicinity, and the airports of Frankfurt-Hahn and Frankfurt-Rhein-Main are nearby.

Contact Details & Bookings:

  • House Manager:     Knut Schneider
  • Address:                 Marktstrasse 18, 65396 Walluf-Oberwalluf
  • Reservations:          Knut Schneider
  • Tel:                         +49 (0) 1717621958
  • Mobile:                     +49 (0) 6722 6003
  • Email:                     vorstand@ipa-rheingau.de
  • Website:                 www.ipa-rheingau.de and http://www.ipa-deutschland.de
  • Prices: Accommodation costs: € 20 (1 x night), €15 for 2 or 3

 nights per adult per night, and for longer bookings € 12.

 

 Compiled as per information received from Hubert Vitt, IPA Germany