The Homburgerhof, a landmark restaurant. is where you can dine in true yesteryear fashion! This is but one of dozens of outstanding restaurants, bistros, cafes, and pubs -- all within a comfortable walk from the haus. Be sure to go to Cafe Maas for coffee and kuchen in the afternoon. It's a Homburg tradition! And no... we don't get a percentage for telling you to try these places. We just want you to to genuinely enjoy yourself.
Just a few kilometers from the French border, Zentrum Altstadt is Homburg's 'old town center'. This sign is just one block from the house and the town center is just a few more blocks away. Enjoy the best this town has to offer -- a town where "Everybody knows somebody who knows somebody."
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Land in Frankfurt and for the next hour-and-a-half, enjoy the beautiful and extraordinary German countryside as you drive or ride a train to Homburg. Once there, a 10-minute walk (or taxi) to Kaiserstrasse 78 and you're in your new vacation home!
For less than the cost of a hotel, enjoy the privacy and convenience of your own house. You'll have no-cost wireless internet, cable TV, and German telephone.
Homburg is a walking town. Grocery stores and bakeries are literally a five-minute walk from the front door. Living is easy, people are friendly, and the 'Ur-Pils bier' is made right here in Homburg! What could be better?
Want to visit Paris for the day? You can walk to the bahnhof (train station), get on a train, and be there in a few hours. Tour the Moselle Valley, visit Luxembourg, Trier, or Heidelberg, all within a few hours of driving time.
Phone -- 804.379.3733 (from US) or +49.171.515.8302
Email -- firstname.lastname@example.org
This single-story home was built in 2014 just blocks away from the center of Homburg in Saarland, Germany. Founded in 1330, Homburg is home to Karlsberg Brewery, historic Schlossberg sand caves, and a wonderful town center, all within a short walk.
Enjoy the convenience of a full kitchen, master bedroom (plus a pull-out couch), living room, large private garden, laundry, and garden deck in this short-term rental.
Built in 2014.
Beautiful villages (bergs) dot the countryside, with many that connect with bike and walking paths. Each one has it's unique 'personality' in terms of culture, architecture, and activities. In stark contrast to fast food and coffee in a paper cup, this is where you'll learn to slow down and enjoy your significant other over coffee in a ceramic cup along with an incredible German pastry (virtually sugar-free) in the middle of the afternoon. When was the last time you did that?