The Felsenhaus with a view over Trier is built in the red sandstone rocks of the oldest city in Germany.
It offers a unique atmosphere with a panoramic view over the Roman monuments and the Moselle valley.
Living in the rock - close to town - close to nature - by the river
The house is located in Roman street, part of Via Grippa. This was built by the Romans and leads from Trier via the Eifel to Cologne. The Felsenhaus is over 100 years old and was completely restored in 2008. Trier's typical sandstone rocks form the back wall on all levels of the house and give the unique character. The 80 m2 of living space spread over 3 open levels, which are connected by stairs.
Ground floor: dining room, bathroom and kitchen (stove, oven, dishwasher, water cooker, Senseo coffee machine, fridge and freezer)
1. Upper floor: living room with panoramic view (TV, games corner with books and games). Here a third or fourth person can comfortably sleep on a sofa bed.
Second Upper floor: gallery with sleeping area.
You can use all the rooms of the freestanding house. There is also a private terrace and a bicycle garage.
The Felsenhaus is not barrier-free. The rooms are distributed on different levels.
As a real Trier, we can answer your questions about restaurants, shops, leisure activities and everything that contributes to your wellbeing. If you are coming by train, we can pick you up at the Trier train station.