After a guided tour you will take part in an authentic medieval feast. The Lord of the Manor will welcome you with a goblet of Moselle wine and make you familiar with medieval customs and table manners.
Servants and maids in period costumes serve you lavishly and pass you water to wash your hands so that you can eat with your fingers. Bread and lard make the rounds while a hot and spicy soup is steaming in the cookery pot. Small turkey thigh and small pork are served for the main course.
Jesters in medieval outfits provide entertainment and authentic music. Old “torture instruments” are displayed, and the evening climaxes with the traditional knighting ceremony.
The feast comes to an end with cheese, grapes and biscuits and the servants bring you water to wash your hands after “good fare and excellent wine”.
Even though you may have travelled all over the world and eaten in the most basic or most exclusive restaurants, this kind of feasting will be an experience you’ll never forget. It is simply an adventure that must be experienced. Go on a journey back to the Middle Ages when the Lord of the Manor declared to his servants and maids:
The “medieval-style” dinner in Cochem Castle is a convivial event that takes about 4 hours. Dinners usually take place on Fridays (7 p.m.) and Saturdays (6 p.m.). The price is 49,- € per adult/teenager and 25,- € per children (6 to 12 years).