Attention: Until further notice, the Kabaisercher cannot be booked.
Another piece of history on the "Minett Trail": This hiker's hut on the stage trail served as a storehouse for the miners in and around Rumelange for the blasting powder used to blast the precious "Minette" ore out of the ground. At the foot of the mines and just a stone's throw from today's National Mining Museum, "Haus Gonner" is now one of the eleven "Kabaisercher" on the regional hiking trail - and nowadays is pretty much guaranteed to go with any risk of explosion.
Eight places to sleep await new guests inside. Divided into four small sleeping cabins with two beds each over two floors, which all have a small anteroom where you can relax or chat with other guests, "Haus Gonner" is a small miracle of room division. The upgrades haven't even increased the footprint of the building. On the contrary: the outer walls have been preserved, only the interior has changed, with the new living element being used as a whole.
There is also a kitchen and living unit in the front part of the building where guests can cook and eat together. A small passage outside also makes it possible to end the evening in style on a terrace. The infrastructure also includes a washing and service station for mountain bikes right next to the "Kabaischen".