The week: 335.00€.
2 weeks: 590.00€.
The weekend: 250.00€ (except July and August).
Tourist tax is included in the price.
Rental from Saturday to Saturday.
Price for a week. Capacity 2-4 people.
Check in between 14h and 20h (to be specified)
Check out before 10am the day of your departure.
Linen is not provided. Beware the bed is 1.60 m wide. If you dont have the appropriate linen, we can rent it to you for 20€.
Pets are not welcome. 40 € will be charged if the place is not cleaned at the end of the stay.
bed king size
a sofa bed
1 TV room
The Castle of Haut-Koenigsbourg
The Haut-Kœnigsbourg castle is an old fortified castle from the 13th century, totally redesigned in the 15th century. Under William II, it was a German imperial symbol, which stands on the French commune of Orschwiller in the department of Bas-Rhin in the Grand Est region, within the historical and cultural region of Alsace… The current name of the castle, Haut-Kœnigsbourg, is the result of the adaptation of the German name Hohkönigsburg which translates as « the king’s high castle ».
Vidéo source ©Le Château du Haut-koenigsbourg
Mount Sainte-Odile (Odilienberg in German) is a Vosges mountain, located in Ottrott in the department of Bas-Rhin, at an altitude of 764 m. It is the highest mountain in the Vosges. It is surmounted by the Abbey of Hohenbourg, a convent overlooking the plain of Alsace, founded by Saint Odile, patron saint of Alsace, daughter of the Duke of Etichon. A major centre of Alsatian culture, this convent is a popular pilgrimage site (1,300,000 visitors per year)2. On a clear day, the view extends to the Black Forest. There are also the remains of an ancient wall, the « pagan wall ».
Vidéo source ©Des Racines et Des Ailes
Mémorial de l’Alsace-Moselle
The Alsace-Moselle Memorial provides a better understanding of the functioning of a totalitarian regime, the mechanisms of Nazification and the grid system of the population through terror, repression and the forced incorporation of young Alsatian-Moselle people. Situated on the territory of the municipality of Schirmeck in Alsace, halfway between Strasbourg and Saint-Dié-des-Vosges, it is close to the former Natzwiller concentration camp site. The Struthof was opened by the Nazis in August 1940 at the very beginning of the annexation, the European Centre for Deported Resistance, and the former Schirmeck-Vorbrück reeducation camp.
Vidéo source ©Alsace20
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