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Zell, Germany
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Hotel Schloss Zell
Hotel Schloss Zell
8.2 Excellent
Schloss-Str. 8 a, Zell, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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0.3 km from city centre, Zell 
ExcellentBased on 493 reviews
8.2

Located in the Mosel Wine Region, Hotel Schloss Zell is an excellent base for those wanting to visit the area's highly-regarded wineries. It is also within walking distance of Zell an der Mosel's popular tourist attractions.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Zell:₹ 6,808/night
Cheapest price found:₹ 2,905/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Sunday
₹ 3,490 - ₹ 10,016
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₹ 6,549 - ₹ 8,340
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Hotel Schloss Zell
Hotel Schloss Zell
8.2 Excellent
Schloss-Str. 8 a, Zell, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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0.3 km from city centre,  

Located in the Mosel Wine Region, Hotel Schloss Zell is an excellent base for those wanting to visit the area's highly-regarded wineries. It is also within walking distance of Zell an der Mosel's popular tourist attractions.

₹ 8,413
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Gästehaus Sabine

Karlsgasse 2, Zell, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

8.5 Excellent
₹ 4,168

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3 stars
Hotel Schloss Zell
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Hotel Schloss Zell

Schloss-Str. 8 a, Zell, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

8.2 Excellent
₹ 8,413

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About Zell

Hugging a hairpin bend of the Moselle River, Zell an der Mosel is a picture-perfect town in Rhineland-Palatinate. It’s clustered with beautifully preserved historic buildings and serves as the starting point for several hiking trails with spectacular views across the valley.

Things to do

Stroll through Zell an der Mosel to admire its impressive examples of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic Revival architectural styles. Explore the 18th-century Church of St. Peter and Paul before visiting the six-floor Bachturm. Occupying the old town hall is a local history museum where you can learn about the traditional crafts and wine-growing history of Zell an der Mosel.

Offering panoramic views across Zell an der Mosel is the Collis-Turm, a red-brick tower perched atop a nearby hill. Constructed in 1906, the eight-metre-high structure can be accessed along a hiking trail that leads through the vineyards surrounding Zell an der Mosel. If you’re visiting on the weekend, there’s a small kiosk at the top that sells drinks and snacks.

Incredible views are also on offer from the Marienburg, a former Augustinian monastery built atop the Petersberg in the 12th century. It’s framed by two stretches of the Moselle River and offers a bird’s eye view of the historic Doppelstockbrücke Bullay. Connecting the towns of Alf and Bullay, this 314-metre-long bridge dates back to the 1870s and was a target of Allied bombings during World War II.

Getting around

Zell an der Mosel is just under two hours’ drive from the centre of Frankfurt and 1.5 hours from Frankfurt Airport. The smaller Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is just 30 minutes away. Regular trains connect to the Bullay railway station, which is a 10-minute drive from Zell an der Mosel.

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Hugging a hairpin bend of the Moselle River, Zell an der Mosel is a picture-perfect town in Rhineland-Palatinate. It’s clustered with beautifully preserved historic buildings and serves as the starting point for several hiking trails with spectacular views across the valley.

Things to do in Zell

Stroll through Zell an der Mosel to admire its impressive examples of Romanesque, Baroque and Gothic Revival architectural styles. Explore the 18th-century Church of St. Peter and Paul before visiting the six-floor Bachturm. Occupying the old town hall is a local history museum where you can learn about the traditional crafts and wine-growing history of Zell an der Mosel.

Offering panoramic views across Zell an der Mosel is the Collis-Turm, a red-brick tower perched atop a nearby hill. Constructed in 1906, the eight-metre-high structure can be accessed along a hiking trail that leads through the vineyards surrounding Zell an der Mosel. If you’re visiting on the weekend, there’s a small kiosk at the top that sells drinks and snacks.

Incredible views are also on offer from the Marienburg, a former Augustinian monastery built atop the Petersberg in the 12th century. It’s framed by two stretches of the Moselle River and offers a bird’s eye view of the historic Doppelstockbrücke Bullay. Connecting the towns of Alf and Bullay, this 314-metre-long bridge dates back to the 1870s and was a target of Allied bombings during World War II.

Getting around Zell

Zell an der Mosel is just under two hours’ drive from the centre of Frankfurt and 1.5 hours from Frankfurt Airport. The smaller Frankfurt-Hahn Airport is just 30 minutes away. Regular trains connect to the Bullay railway station, which is a 10-minute drive from Zell an der Mosel.

  • What are the best hotels in Zell?

    133 reviews rated Pension Winzerhaus Haas Lenz Zell-Mosel with an average score of 8.1/10. It may also be worth looking into the Gästehaus Sabine, which received a rating of 8.5/10 from 417 reviews. Gästehaus Am Römerbad could also be a good option, with a score of 8.1/10 from 268 reviews.