Alsace is a region full of wealth of all kinds.
With a rich and complex historical past, it is a land of passage and a disputed land between France and Germany, from which it inherited a very rich heritage:
Typical and highly recognizable towns and villages
Religious heritage of all times
Historical and military heritage
Cultural and gastronomic heritage
The Alsatian plain
Apart from a few large forests, villages and towns follow one another, each with its own charm, to make Alsace a very densely populated region.
Located near two of the most beautiful villages in France and the world famous city of Colmar, our hotel will allow you to enjoy these tourist highlights while preserving your rest in a quiet place.
Approaching neighboring Germany, Neuf-Brisach is a UNESCO World Heritage site with its perfectly executed and preserved Vauban architecture, while the pages of recent History are declined through the last three wars:
1870-71 in the north of Alsace, 1914-18 in the south and in the mountains, 1939-45 from the Maginot Line to the Struthof camp.
But to turn these dark pages, contemporary history has found its bed in Strasbourg, the capital of Europe which houses its parliament.
The Alsatian vineyard and its famous and renowned Wine Route !
It takes place from Marlenheim in the north to Thann in the south, again with typical and renowned villages:
Obernai, Riquewihr, Kaysersberg, Eguisheim and Thann are just a few examples, all of which contain wine and architectural treasures.
And of course, these wines are there to accompany a gastronomy renowned for gourmets and gourmets that Thierry our chef will be pleased to make you discover with his team in cuisine.
The blue line of the Vosges ...
Seen from Lorraine, it constituted for more than 40 years the border of a France amputated from 3 departments at the end of the Xixth century.
Today, Les Vosges travel in all directions and in all seasons, on foot, by bike, by ski, by car, by plane ...
Its buttresses shelter the vineyard under the guard of medieval castles more or less damaged by time but preserved and maintained because they are part of the History and landscapes.
The most emblematic of these, the Haut-Koenigsbourg, restored by Emperor William II, watches over the central plain that it dominates.
But it is only a jewel protecting dozens of other castles spread from Wissembourg to Ferrette.
Higher up, the Vosges offer landscapes constantly renewed between the balloons, the glacial lakes and the stubbles today quiet where graze the herds while the war raged there a century ago. Two saved witnesses will make you discover the aspects while everywhere and in particular just above us, are still present clues of the military presence at altitude.
This presence left us one of the emblems of the Vosges, the famous Route des Crêtes, strategic axis built during the First War that allows you today to wind from one pass to another on the high Vosges peaks to discover the landscapes and the view.