Near Cochem is the village Brüttig-Fankel. On the banks of the Moselle there is a campsite of the same name.
Why do I recommend this campsite?
- Friendly reception
- View over the Moselle and hills full of grape fields
- Affordable. Both stay and consume.
- 85 Pitches, so not too crowded. I stayed there for a week, outside the high season and it was wonderfully quiet
A car can be parked next to the caravan. If the barrier is closed, then in the parking lot
- Gas station across the road
There's a big lawn.
Within walking distance of the campsite there is a fine bakery, which is open from 7 a.m. (not on Sundays). And an ATM. Because at the campsite a payment must be made in cash Full.in the village is not a supermarket. The nearest one is in Cochem. Shop fanatics can go to Koblenz (gallery Forum was recommended, I haven't been there yet) or Trier. Mayen is also an option, but the other two are bigger.
There is no wifi and through 3G there was no or hardly any reach. We didn't mind at all. What a rest!
As far as plumbing is concerned:
That's a pretty new and clean building. However: only accessible by high - but sturdy - stairs.
Toilet paper is present.
Showering costs 50 cents at a time. Push the coin into the vending machine before entering a loft. Then you can press the button for water in the loft 8x. So plenty of time. In addition, there are 2 spacious showers per shower room.