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Reviewed July 27, 2017 via mobile

The hotel is situated in the typical Alsace village Niedermorswihr. A beutiful scenary of winefields and hills. We enjoyed a very flexible and friendly check-in. The hotel has both good breakfast and a dinner restaurant with typical Alsace menu and local wine. Despite the rooms being somewhat dark and the wifi not covering the rooms very well, the hotel offers great value for the money! And dont forget to buy the owners own wine - Justin Boxler across the street. It is great wine!

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Traveled with family
Thank ChrWin
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Reviewed June 11, 2017

Stayed one night as the first night of a hiking trip organized by Horizons d' Alsace. Upon arrival we were greeted by the proprietress. She gave us a rundown about dinner and breakfast and the picnic lunch that she would prepare for our first hiking day.

Our room was a little small but completely adequate. The bathroom looked like it was recently remodeled. We were located on the ground floor. Outside our door was a small table and chairs where we enjoyed a bottle of local wine while admiring the nicely decorated courtyard. The proprietress noticed that we were drinking the wine in plastic glasses and she brought out real wine glasses for us to use.

Dinner was served in a patio in front of the hotel. Our hiking package included a 3-course dinner. First course was bread with melted muenster cheese and prosciutto. The main was a very tender pork hock simmered in local pinot noir. Dessert was creme brulee. We were very happy with all 3 courses.

The next morning we set off on our first day of hiking. Unfortunately we misinterpreted the hike route and went about 1/2 mile before deciding we were wrong. We headed back to the hotel to ask about the location of the war memorial, the first key location on our route. The proprietress walked us up the street, pointed out the statue and showed us the route markings that we would need to follow. She went 'above and beyond' to help out some confused Americans.

Overall this hotel provided a great introduction to this picturesque Alsatian village.

Date of stay: June 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank KayakBob
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Reviewed April 26, 2017

after the great Make-over in Spring this hotel is modern and better than first. New bath-rooms and also the beds are very good!!! maybe a little bit to light, so you must be calme in the night, or you wake up on the other side of the room!!

Room tip: room 14 is the best!!
Date of stay: April 2017
  • Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Thank wijnartistJacques
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Reviewed March 2, 2017

As we do every year, we spend a few days before and after our holiday in Italy in the beautiful Alsace. The hotel is located on the Alsacian wine route and in the midst of the most beautiful villages like Riquewihr, Colmar, Hunawihr (storks!) and Guebwiller (gingerbread museum). And the many wine cellars with free tastings.
Reservations are neede very early in the season...Try also the restuarant with Alsacian specialities

Room tip: First floor and in the back rooms are quieter
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank jillantwerp
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Reviewed October 14, 2015

I stayed one night in this lovely hotel in a historic half-timber building but with a beautifully renovated room with a great, large bathroom and a very comfortable bed. The hotel has an associated restaurant that has very good food with a homey feel. The town is very quaint and cute. The only drawback was that I had to wait for a tour group to clear out of the breakfast room in the morning, but it was only about a 10 minute wait and breakfast was very nice with a range of delicious jams. The hotel lobby is very warm and welcoming. It's really the best of old world charm with new world convenience.

Room tip: this is a quiet town so all rooms are likely pretty quiet. Not sure if there's an elevator.
Date of stay: October 2015
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank Patricia M
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