Although the building was attractive, the host charming, and the food good, I cannot recommend this hostellerie because the combination of hard chairs and a metal bedhead meant that there was nowhere comfortable to sit and relax, despite the fact that the rooms are suites (We were in 'Hyacinthe'). As older people (late 60's) we always book suites specifically to be able to relax comfortably after a day's sightseeing, so we were disappointed. The bed itself was comfortable for sleeping, and with a change of sofa and chairs for ones that would offer more comfort, we would be happy to return..
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Three tastefully decorated rooms, each named after flowers: Orchidée, Iris, Jacinthe, offer comfortable double beds, adjoining washroom facilities (shower, sink, toilet), a separate entrance, private parking, Wi-Fi access and television. In the morning, Christelle and Pascal will delight you with a delicious, Alsatian style breakfast including wonderful homemade and locally produced jams, breads, cheeses and meats. ... more less