About us

With heart

With great attention to detail, we are already running our family business in the 4th generation.

What began in 1909 as a Schützenhof and inn is now a well-known and popular 3-star hotel & restaurant in the region.

We want to maintain the tradition and philosophy of our family and combine it with modern facets.

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Estricher Hof

The Estricher Hof is idyllically situated between Trier and Konz, just a few metres from the banks of the Moselle. From here, especially from our beautiful panoramic terrace, you can enjoy a wide view over the Moselle valley.

Our house has 36 beds. The lift takes you to our modern rooms, all with shower or bath, WC, self-dial telephone and satellite TV, some of which are also equipped for the disabled.

Our creative, international and regional restaurant cuisine as well as our attentive service guarantee you a pleasant stay.

We would be happy to welcome you as our guest in the near future!

Our ambition

Our aim is to make your stay as smooth as possible and to offer you unforgettable moments.

Whether it’s ordering at the table or answering questions about your next excursion destination.
We want you to feel comfortable.

Your satisfaction is our claim!

Tradition

“Tradition is not keeping the ashes, but passing on the flame”,

True to this motto, the Hotel Estricher Hof is now run as a family business in its fourth generation.

Captain Carl Hellvoigt and his wife Juliane, the great-grandparents of today’s operators, founded the family tradition. In the 1920s and 1930s, many people from Trier and Konzer met every weekend for a dance under the motto: “we’re going to Sekbach”.

Even today, many of our older regulars affectionately refer to today’s Estricher Hof as “Sekbach”, says Brigitte Hellvoigt-Stampf, who runs the business together with her brother Karl Hellvoigt and their daughters Daniela Hölzemer and Chalene Funk in the fifth generation.

In 1959, the inn – scarred by wartime – was rebuilt by the founder’s grandson, Karl Hellvoigt. But when the Bundestraße 51 was extended and raised in 1978, the Estricher Hof had to give way, along with the shooting club it had been home to for almost twenty years. In spring 1980, the new Estricher Hof then moved into its present building and premises.

And provisions have already been made for the future of the tradition: the fifth generation will take over the business in the next few years and continue it successfully.

After various conversions and extensive renovations, today’s Estricher Hof presents itself as a three-star comfort hotel with a modern restaurant and a wide range of regional and national dishes and first-class service.