OUR CHARMING GUEST HOUSE
Live differently your stays, in an authentic Alsacienne house in the heart of the vineyard.
An elegant charming residence built in the 17th century where you will receive, in all conviviality, Manon and Michel.
Located in the heart of the village of Ammerschwihr, between Colmar and Kaysersberg, we welcome you in our guest house, mixing the charm of the old and the comfort of a bourgeois house.
WE OFFER YOU 3 SPACIOUS ROOMS, LIKE A PRIVATE HOTEL
Between the Grands Crus Kaefferkopf, Sommerberg, Florimont or the Wineck Schlossberg, come and discover Alsace along its mythical wine route and its traditional and friendly culture, its gastronomy and its delicate wines !
Manon & Michel
Architecte designer & Winegrower
British Longhair of 4 yrs
Breakfasts are served from
Bernese mountain dog de 1 yrs
IN THE HOUSE
Bedding from an Alsacienne manufacturer
Each of our rooms is equipped with a King size bed " 180x200"
French bed linen 50% cotton and 50% linen washed
Each of our rooms has its own independent shower room
Italian shower 140x100
"Hair dryer, body & hair care made in France, accessories, towels provided "
The Grand Cru Kaefferkopf and Sommerberg rooms have air conditioned
Each of our rooms has a 100x110 cm flat screen SmartTV
A common fridge is at your disposal, as well as tea and coffee
Unlimited and secure wifi access in all our rooms
Included in the the price of our rooms
We propose you local and home-made products of great quality,
that you can enjoy in our dining room or on the terrace
with the beautiful days
You will find many free parking spaces in the village "less than 10m".
We can also put at your disposal, on reservation, 1 covered place within our interior court
Bicycle shelter, inner courtyard security
The house and its exteriors have surveillance cameras
ABOUT OUR HOME
We welcome you all year round, upon reservation
ARRIVALS ARE BY APPOINTMENT BETWEEN 5:30 AND 7:30 p.m
DEPARTURES ARE MADE BEFORE 11 a.m
Breakfasts is served from 8 to 10 a.m, except Sunday and holidays banks from 9 to 10:30 a.m