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Le Grenier Des Aromes Au Domaine Wittmann
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Reviewed 17 January 2013

We stayed there for one night only, middle of January, so it wasn't the best time for sightseeing Alsace but still very enjoyable.
The owner welcomed us with a glass of wine produced in their winery and then showed us the B&B. It consists of 3 guest bedrooms, one large kitchen and one a kind of living room where you can browse some books or play games (mostly in French). All recently renovated, very modern and tasteful.
Our bedroom was cosy and clean. It had a separate bathroom with a sink and shower and WC, unfortunately, without any radiator so it was coldish.
The owner, Valerie, was very polite and did her best to communicate in English. She recommended two restaurants in the village and after eating in one of them I must admit it was a good recommendation.
The breakfast was a typical French breakfast: good baguette and croissants, three kinds of cheese, some ham and jams along with orange juice, caffe or tea of your choice.
All in all, it was a good stay. The village itself was very adorable, with really polite local people who greeted us with "Bon jour" on the street. I am sure it is much more beautiful and enjoyable during late summer or early fall. But the best way to check it is to go there then!

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank aag681
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Reviewed 21 September 2012

If you are looking for storybook villages with half timbered houses covered in flowers this is the place for you! We have spent the last ten days driving from Mulhouse to Strassbourg and each day has been more awe inspiring than the one before. We choose to stay in little villages that allowed us to day trip to the more well known tourist attractions. Our decision to do so was rewarded with our stay at Le Grenier Des Aromes Au Domain Wittman located in the little town of Mittelbergheim. It is a B&B located in a functioning winery that dates back to the 1500's. The rooms, however, were completely renovated a year and a half ago and are modern, tastefully decorated and immaculate. The host and hostess, Valerie and Nicolas, are warm and welcoming and very knowlegable about the area. From this central location we easily were able to see Strassbourg, Barr and Obernai. Most beautiful was Mont Sainte-Odile. It was a monastery originally founded by the patron saint of Alsace and still functions as a retreat house today. It's location on the top of a mountain allows breathtaking views of the entire Alsace valley.
Perhaps the most wonderful thing about Alsace, however, is the food! With a strong German influence the portions are hearty. Be sure to try the local specialty called Choucroute! If you are a wine lover you will never want to leave this little bit of heaven on earth!
If you go, don't miss Strassbourg, Ribeauville, Colmar...wait a minute....EVERYPLACE along the wine route is wonderful!!

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Reviewed 20 June 2012

Special hotel Special location Beautiful new rooms Excellent service Clean and shiny Excellent guest service kitchen

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 6 May 2012

This B&B is wonderful. You arrive in the courtyard of an Alsace winery, welcomed with a glass of wine and then taken upstairs to a modern B&B. The blond wood. the gleaming granite kitchen with 3 tables and chairs tell you that you are somewhere different to the usual.
Valerie, our hostess takes you upstairs to a charming room with a large bed and ensuite.
Breakfast the next morning is a choice of muesli, yoghurt, cheeses, meats, baguette, croissants, and a local cake--all delicious.
Plenty of helpful hints for the day's sightseeing gets you on your way. The area is lovely with quaint old villages from centuries ago.Nearby Strasbourg is a colourful, old city with lots to see. Our 3 days there were not enough-we loved it all

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 24 March 2017
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Stayed: March 2017
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