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Reichenstein Castle open again

Dear guests of Reichenstein Castle,

We are very pleased to open our doors for you again and welcome you back to Reichenstein Castle.

Certain restrictions still apply, so until further notice you must wear a mouth-nose mask in all public areas and keep at least 1.5 metres distance from other people. Detailed information about COVID-19 can be found above.

Our hotel, restaurant and museum are open again at regular hours.

For overnight stays, we reduce the free cancellation period to 24 hours before arrival. This gives you maximum flexibility and allows you to plan your stay with us without any risk.

We are happy to present you our castle events for the second half of the year! For the first time we will offer a reading at the castle. We were able to win TV star Roland Jankowsky for this. The comedy and chocolate dinners are also two new event formats. Of course, long-standing cooperation partners such as DinnerKrimi and the VDP.wineries Toni Jost and Jochen Ratzenberger will also be present again. Take a look at the event site and secure your ticket!

Closed, private events, e.g. weddings and birthdays, may take place again with a maximum of 75 people. If you have booked an event with us or are looking for a location, please contact us so that we can plan together.

You are welcome to inquire about your holiday or event as usual or book directly online. We are looking forward to seeing you!

Greetings to you warmly

Your Reichenstein Castle team

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Opening hours Restaurant

Tuesday to Sunday 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Kitchen closes at 9 p.m.

Monday day off
(open on public holidays)

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