In beautiful natural surroundings in the Wiedtal, you'll find the Zum stillen Winkel campsite. Here you can really relax, surrounded by the countryside of the German Rhineland-Palatinate. You can camp on ample pitches close to the river Wied. Children can play in and around the river, and in the pretty forest which borders the campsite all holiday long. If you want a little more buzz, you can visit Coblenz or Cologne, both of which are nearby.
A friendly Dutch family manages the Zum stillen Winkel campsite, and makes sure that everyone can enjoy their holiday in peace and quiet. They are happy to help you find out about various daytrips. From the campsite, you can walk into the forest, and there are lovely hiking and cycling paths. The pitches are on well-maintained lawn in amongst the trees, which will make you feel like you are camping in a park. Many of the pitches have electricity, water, and a TV connection. It's also possible to rent one of the holiday homes.
Food delivered directly to your table
There's a mini supermarket at the campsite, and you can buy fresh bread rolls every day. There are no restaurants, but the owners have a great arrangement with one of the local restaurants. You can order food from them, and they will deliver it directly to your pitch.
The camping feeling
The Dutch owners make every effort to create the ultimate 'camping in the countryside' feeling, and they sometimes organise a spontaneous evening around the campfire. If that's not real camping, we don't know what is!
Detail information about this campsite
This inspector visits Campsite Zum stillen Winkel every year and inspects the campsite on the basis of more than 200 amenities and other points of interest. The inspector is an ACSI staff member and does not work for the campsite.
Average rating: 8.0
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Lovely quiet site - great for a good nights sleep. Good sized pitches with water tap, electric and drain on each pitch. New amenity block which was excellent with ensuite shower rooms and laundry room. Kept lovely and clean - guests seemed to appreciate the facilities and used the mops provided. Good value with the ACSI card for such a lovely site. Cycle and walk paths nearby. We liked being away from the touristy sites along the Rhine and able to enjoy nature. Very relaxing.
We camped here for one night with a tent. On arrival, we were told that the tent pitches were next to the beautiful river that runs by the campsite. We were also told that if you had a tent, you had to park your car in the car park section, i.e. not with your tent. I found this a little perplexing as there was plenty of space with the pitches and in the same section, there were caravans with the accompanying cars. I is quite annoying having to walk to the car to get things from the boot as and when you need them. What I then found really annoying, was discovering that the parking area was used \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'unofficially\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\' as a football / badminton playing area. I own a relatively inexpensive car, but I take care of it and don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t feel relaxed knowing that there is a risk of it being damaged. I would have preferred to park with my tent.
This put me off what was otherwise, a lovely peaceful campsite. I felt like campers with tents were second class citizens. \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'Sad face\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'
We want the tentarea to be a relaxing place for all campers, especially for other tent-campers, and not a place where cars are constantly being parked and driven and where cardoors are being opened and closed regularly when the cars are being used as storagerooms. Therefore cars are to be parked outside the tent-area, but still not very far from the tentpitches (except for unloading or packing). The accompanying cars to caravans are not parked on the tentarea, but near the caravan-pitches. I hope you now understand our ‚parkingpolicy‘ for the tent-pitches and hope to welcome you another time!
- Guide price 1
- Guide price 2
- Period of opening
- 29-03-2019 till 03-11-2019
- 5 ha
- Number of touring pitches
- 90 (100 - 150m2)
- Number of permanent pitches
- Number of accommodation units for hire
- Campsite suitable for disabled persons
* Amenities in bold are not included in the overnight price. Some may need to be paid for. (This does not imply that all amenities not in bold are free!)
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Campsite Zum stillen Winkel
56589 / Bürder
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Coordinates: 50°30'56"N 7°25'46"E
A3, exit 36 Neuwied towards Neuwied, and then drive towards Kurtscheid. Continue to Niederbreitbach then turn left towards Neuwied as far as Bürder exit. Campsite sign number 2.
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