I could not find a review of this resort, so I am writing one. This is a timeshare resort, and I am not sure there are rooms available to the general public. The town of Schleiden/Gemuend is very picturesque, and we were very pleased with the location. It is in a very small town. The resort itself was a bit difficult to find, but we asked a local in town, and he had us follow him up to the resort. We were quite pleased with our unit. It was a one bedroom with two twin beds, a full kitchen, and a pull-out couch. The beds were very comfortable, even the couch (we were there with our two small children). The kitchen was stocked with everything you could need. The unit was very clean, but take note that they expect you to separate all of your trash into different recycling bins (which are not labeled in English). They tell you they will be fined if the trash is not separated correctly. The town of Gemund (or Gemuend) is very cute with lots of restaurants and shops. Take note that the hours of the grocery stores are very limited. We had to survive two days on groceries we bought at the local gas station, as we arrived late on a Saturday night after the stores were closed, and they were also closed on Sunday. The resort is surrounded by grass hills. The staff was relatively friendly. My only complaint about the resort was the laundry situation. They claimed to have a laundry facility on-site, so we packed accordingly. Come to find out, they have two washers and two dryers, none of which were in effective operating condition. I must have put $10 in euros into the dryer trying to get my clothes dryed, and they were still damp. There was a long line of people waiting to use the machines, and everyone was irate. There were drying racks in the unit, however it was raining out many of the days we were there so this wasn't an option. We even ended up wearing damp clothes out one day due to this. Many people were complaining at the front desk, so hopefully they will rectify this situation.
On to the surrounding areas. We passed through the country of Luxembourg on the way to Germany, and we were pleasantly surprised at how pretty it was. We even happened on a children's festival there where we were treated very nicely and our kids had a fantastic time with the locals. We drove to Amsterdam for a two-day excursion. We had a GPS unit which we found to be invaluable throughout our time in Europe. It was estimated to take around 2 1/2 hours to get to Amsterdam, but it ended up taking much longer with traffic, etc. I would probably suggest taking a train if you want to do this day trip. Belgium/Brussels (or even a bit further - the neat town of Brugges) were a similar distance away, and we did drive through Belgium on the way to Amsterdam. Phantasialand - a theme park - is about 30 minutes away, and we had a fantastic time here (I wrote a separate review of this). To see the best part of the Rhine valley, you have to drive about 1 1/2 hours (we drove to St. Goar and took the ferry down to Bacharach). It is definitely worth the trip to see this area. There are many castles, shops, restaurants, and the Rhine river to see. Classic Germany in its glory. There is supposedly a zoo nearby which we didn't get to, but we did visit the nearby animal park which was a bit of a disappointment (but probably worth it if you are there with young kids). There are several other castles in the area, but they are all at least an hour drive away. There are other towns in the area which are supposed to be very interesting, but we did not have time to visit them. Take note that if you are using a GPS system, there is another city of Gemund in the area, and we ended up here one afternoon much to our dismay (about 1 1/2 hours from Gemund/Schleiden, Germany - yikes!). Ha, ha! All in all, I would recommend staying here, and there is a lot to do in the area if you don't mind driving a bit. If you plan to visit Holland or Belgium, I would probably suggest staying the night there or taking the train to avoid traffic. We checked out of this resort a day early to head to Fussen, Germany where Neuschwanstein Castle is - very beautiful - about 4/5 hour drive south. The area is absolutely gorgeous, there are many great restaurants in town, and all in all, a neat place to stay.
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