Our guest-friendly reservation and cancellation conditions and the new Corona Rules

For your understanding, we have outlined below the current general conditions for your safe and relaxing stay at the Richtershof. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.


From Monday 06.12. to Sunday 12.12.2021 the TESTBUS stops in front of our hotel.

Mon. Until Fr. 09:30 h till 10:00 h

Sat. U. Sun. 12:30 till 13:00

Our reservation conditions:

The room will be held until 6pm on the day of arrival. After 6 pm the reservation is automatically cancelled and our cancellation and no-show policy takes effect. There is then no longer any entitlement to the booked room. For bookings guaranteed by credit card, the room will be kept free regardless of the arrival time.


Cancellation conditions:

You can cancel free of charge during the week up to 1 day before arrival.

On weekends and holiday weekends 2021/2022:
up to 3 days before arrival no costs

3 - 0 days before arrival 90 % of the price of the stay

In addition, our General Terms and Conditions apply, which you can view in detail on our homepage or which we will be happy to send you. We recommend that you take out travel cancellation insurance.

Check-in from 15:00, check-out until 11:00


Our hygiene concept:

We have developed and implemented a comprehensive hygiene concept at the Richtershof for your protection and ours.

Details can be found here:


Travel within Germany:

According to the authorities, in Rhineland-Palatinate the "2G" plus regulation applies to adults aged 18 and over in the hotel and restaurant industry. (Explanation of terms at the bottom)

If you enter Germany from abroad, from the age of 12, then the following applies:

From non-risk areas: Unvaccinated entry is only possible with a negative test. Vaccinated or recovered persons do not need a test.

If entering from a high-risk or virus variant area: A digital entry declaration must be completed. The testing and quarantine requirements for entry from a high-risk or virus variant area can be found here.

Please inform yourself daily!!!


Current (04.12.202)

People who have already had a booster vaccination are exempt from the testing requirement of the 2G-plus scheme. This status applies from the first day after the booster vaccination.

Generally exempt in Rhineland-Palatinate are children up to 12 years and 3 months. They do not need a test.

For children up to and including the age of 17, 3G applies everywhere - vaccinated and recovered children over the age of 12 therefore do not need a test, even at the cinema or in restaurants.


Our staff:

Almost all staff members are vaccinated or recovering. In addition, however, these staff members also undergo a rapid antigen test every week.

The employees who have not yet been vaccinated are tested daily - before they start work.

The 3 G rule applies.


Masks are compulsory in the hotel for guests and staff:

Guests and staff must always wear an appropriate mask when they are out and about in the house. Of course, this does not apply in the restaurants once you are seated at the table.



In the Corona measures, the 2G, 2G plus, 3G and 3G plus access restrictions play a major role. The importance in detail:


2G means vaccinated or recovered. Persons are considered vaccinated if the final vaccination was at least a fortnight ago. People are considered to have recovered if they have been diagnosed with the Corona infection by means of a PCR test. This test result must be at least 28 days old and must not be more than six months old.


2G plus: as 2G, the plus means that vaccinated and/or recovered persons are additionally tested. The test required is the negative result of a rapid antigen test. (Not older than 24 hours). This must be done by a testing station and must be renewed every 72 hours for longer stays. Self-tests and tests from the hotel are not accepted.


3G means fully vaccinated, recovered or tested. The test required is a negative rapid antigen test, which must not be older than 24 hours.


3G plus means vaccinated, recovered or PCR-tested. Here, a negative PCR test is required from unvaccinated persons. This must be renewed every 72 hours for longer stays.