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Schloss Vollrads, Oestrich-Winkel - Schlosshalle

© Manfred Roth


Perhaps the most beautiful castle complex of the Rheingau presents the Baroque Schloss Vollrads. The garden with its imposing castle tower, on which an idyllic pond is nestled, is a predestined stage for summer concerts in the open air. The name of the castle probably comes from the knight Volradus von Winkel (1218 mentioned). The oldest and most prominent part of the complex is the massive tower, which can only be reached via a bridge. It was built and inhabited in 1330 by the imperial lords of Greiffenclau. In the 17th and 18th centuries, his descendants built the mansion and farm buildings. Members of the family von Greiffenclau were archbishops and electors of Mainz and Trier as well as prince-bishops of Würzburg.


  • There is a limited number of parking slots on the grounds of the palace itself..


Arriving from the Rhine-Main area:

  • At B 42 take the exit Winkel in direction "Schloss Vollrads / Brentano Haus"
  • Turn right into Johannisberg
  • Follow the bending main road to the left into Johannisberg ("Schloss Vollrads")
  • At the end of the village, turn right and follow the signs to "SchlossVollrads"


  • Bus line 181 - bus stop Oestrich-Winkel, Tokajer Straße

Additional Information


  • The Gutsrestaurant treats its guests fresh-each-day meals prepared to perfection. Home-style food of exquisite quality cooking combines with the palace’s own Riesling wines to create a sublime harmony of gourmet cooking and oenological delights. The picturesque surroundings, either in the Kavaliershaus, in the Orangery or on the terrace, help to transform a visit here into an enchantingly magical experience.

Opening times:

  • From November to March: Thursday to Monday Mon 12.00 p.m. – 09.30 p.m.
  • Thursday and Wednesday is a day of rest
  • From April to October: Thursday to Tuesday 12.00 p.m. – 6.00 p.m. (cuisine until 4 p.m.)
  • Wednesday is a day of rest