We stayed here for two nights in June, 2011, during a six week trip through Germany. This was a memorable little B&B, partly because of the owners, partly because of the charm, and partly because of the experience. The room was small, but well set up for the space. We had everything we needed: room to move, room for our packs, a table and chairs inside and also out on the patio (but it was really raining a lot so we did not sit out). The bathroom was a little dark, but clean and had everything we needed. If you look at the photos, you will see that, though the room was small, it was unique. There is a certain charm to it, and we enjoyed returning in the evenings.
The breakfast was fantastic, and we enjoyed being in a small place, with good food, lingering and speaking to the (primarily) Germans who were staying, biking the Rhine and Mosel. In the afternoon or early evenings, especially when it was raining, we would go hang out upstairs in the dining area, drink wine and read. There is WiFi there as well. The second evening the owner came in, sat down and drank wine with us, and then spent over an hour "girl talking" with my wife (I left) which she so appreciated (she gets a little weary of me after a couple weeks... this was a good break!).
We would go back any time.
As a side note: We both thought the Mosel wines were better than the Rhine wines, and the river has a quiet feel to it that is so peaceful. We came up from the Rhine-Mosel confluence by boat, and it was great going through the locks. Lots of good hiking around here. We moved on to Luxembourg after this, since it was such a short train ride away.