The picturesque center of the popular wine and holiday destination Bullay is only a few minutes’ walk away. It lies between the two bigger towns Cochem and Zell, not far from Calmont, Europe’s steepest vineyard.

You can come and relax and listen to the sound of the quietly flowing Moselle in the neighbouring outdoor area and its lawn. We are sure that you will find the right reading material or entertaining games in our bookcase.

All around our Hotel you will find all kinds of taverns, restaurants and other sights and destinations. Ideally accessible for cyclists, hikers, boaters and explorers. 


Spending a few days in our Hotel Mosella will offer you a successful mix of idyllic landscapes typical for the Moselle and different destinations for leisure and excursions in our region.

The area surrounding Bullay is also known as the gate to the Central Moselle. You can reach various interesting destinations worth seeing within a radius of a few kilometres, ideal for day trips and therefore offering a large variety of possibilities to our regular guests.

Directly below our Hotel you will find the embarkation point of the ferry taking you to the neighbouring village of Alf with its picturesque alleys, the 17th century parish church and romantic historic timbered houses.

A hiking trail leads directly to the thousand-year-old castle Arras, the Marienburg and the Prinzenkopf, from which you can enjoy the stunning views of the landscape


With its over 4 million vines, Zell is one of the largest wine-growing districts in Germany. The 200-year-old town invites you to travel through time; the impressive electoral residential palace is a definite must-see! Along the 3 km long theme trail “Schwarze Katz” (“Black Cat”), nature lovers can discover the wine culture region Moselle and will learn all kinds of facts about viticulture and the vineyard location Zell or about the roman wine press as well as about the bell tower without corners.
The spa town of Bad Bertrich is ideal for a day trip – maybe by bicycle. We recommend a visit to Germany’s only Glauber’s salt thermal spring with a temperature of 32°C at any time of the year. Throughout the town, you will find different leisure opportunities around the subject of medicinal waters, which is also potable water.

You can rent your bikes directly here in Bullay, just let us know, we will gladly assist you!   


Cochem is the biggest town of the so-called Terrasenmosel. You can discover numerous sights from the Roman or Celtic era still today, first and foremost the 1000-year-old Reichsburg, the biggest castle of the region and the Moselle’s landmark. Another highlight is the museum of the Federal Bank bunker.
The vineyards in and surrounding Bernkastel-Kues are some of the oldest ones in Germany. There, you can find the „Bernkastel-Doctor“ – one of Germany’s most famous and most expensive vineyards. Apart from the picturesque historic old town and various ancient buildings, a visit to this town is on every wine connoisseur’s to-do-list with its wine museums, wine house, wine bar, Doctor-Wine-tours and much more.
Discover Germany’s most beautiful rope suspension bridge – in the middle of Hunsruck! Cross the 360 m long bridge reaching across the Mörsdorfer valley. The bridge is one of Europe’s longest rope suspension bridges and impresses with its maximum height of roughly 100 m above the ground. Do you dare to embark on this adventure?
Trier is Germany’s oldest town and home to nine UNESCO world heritage sights like the city’s landmark, the Porta Nigra, a Roman city gate. In the town centre you will find other sights such as Germany’s oldest bishop’s church, the Trierer Dom or the episcopal palace with its fantastic palace gardens. Make sure to save enough time for the Roman bridge, St. Peter’s cathedral, the imperial baths or the amphitheatre.
Coblenz is one of Germany’s oldest cities, beautifully situated at the Deutsches Eck (German Corner), where “Father Rhine meets Mother Moselle”. Discover the town and its stunning landscapes from above and take the cable car across the Rhine and take a guided tour through the crooked streets and the romantic old town. Visit the many castles, forts, churches and fortresses.

Tips for active holidays

You would like to spend your time with us in an active way? Then we are the right place for you! The Hotel’s central position in the middle of scenic surroundings offers a multitude of possibilities for bike rides, hiking, rock climbing, swimming, boating, golfing and so much more!

You will find all relevant information at the front desk or in one of the town’s tourist information centres.

Moselle Trail
The Moselle trail is a popular excursion, you can start at any of its 24 stations. With a length of 365 km it is one of Germany’s longest and most varied hiking trails.

Calmont fixed rope route
This trail is at a distance of approx. 8k of Bullay and leads across Europe’s steepest vineyard. It is worth the effort, you will be rewarded with a spectacular view of the Moselle valley.

The Lieserpfad
Being only 30 km away from Bullay, this trail is easily accessible by car. The Lieserpfad is one of the prettiest tracks of the Eifel region and with a length of about 74 km it is also suited for the more ambitious hikers.

The region around Bullay offers 19 different bike tours, through the vineyards along the Moselle or up to the historic wine villages with fantastic views of the idyllic Moselle landscape.
We offer secured storage space for your bikes at the Hotel as well as charging stations for e-bikes. Alternatively, you will find two bike rental shops nearby.



Short boat tours on the Moselle loop “around the Marienburg” or to Traben-Trarbach and Cochem can be taken right next to the Hotel. Discover the Moselle valley from another perspective.


Swimming ponds and crater lakes all around Bullay offer a welcome cool-down in summer. Discover the Pulver lake (approx. 27km), the Schalkenmehren lake (approx. 34km) or the Gemünden lake (approx. 37km).
The baths around Bullay are worth a visit in any weather. For example the Volcanic Eifel thermal bath in Bad Bertrich (approx. 10km), the outdoor pools Ellenz-Poltersdorf (approx. 20km) and Körper Reich (approx. 20km) or the water parks Aqua Mundo Bad Eifel (approx. 43km) and Cascade water park and sauna (approx. 61km).
Come swing your golf clubs in our beautiful Moselle valley – all ages and handicaps are welcome! Master the golf course Edinger-Eller (approx. 20km distance) or the golf course airport Hahn (approx.25km distance).
You will also find minigolf courses all around Bullay – fun for the entire family! By the way, Traben Trarbach is home to Germany’s very first minigolf course.


Culinary Tips

You will find several spots to step in and stop for a bite in Bullay and its surrounding towns. Please contact us for more information.

Café Görgen
Pizzeria Bella Vista in Alf
Grill & Pizzeria Zum Dorfbrunnen
Restaurant Bären-Stube

Weinmanufaktur Christian Schardt
Sturm Pagen
Michael Blümling
Onkel Tom’s Hütte
Anke´s Weinbistro
Weincafe- Bistro Brautrockkeller