On The Alsace-Vosges Wine Route

Patricia Baumgartner's pretty B&B in the hamlet of Ichtratzheim is named after two famous types of plums grown in Alsace, quetsches and mirabelles.

On the Alsace-Vosges Wine Route
02/09/2015
Patricia Baumgartner's pretty B&B in the hamlet of Ichtratzheim is named after two famous types of plums grown in Alsace, quetsches and mirabelles. She is a professional interior designer and obviously enjoyed decorating her B&B, choosing a different colour for each guest bedroom: red for "Douceur pourpre", white for "Rêve blanc" and grey and beige for "Instant nature". She also designed the furniture, ornaments and light-fittings. Breakfast consists of delightful organic treats and is served each morning in the all-white dining room, which overlooks the courtyard, barn, charming flower garden, terrace and vegetable garden. A haven of peace and quiet, a few kilometres from Strasbourg. An ideal place for an "away-from-it-all" short break, a family celebration or an overnight stop on the Alsace-Vosges Wine Route.

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Sun 18 Feb €140 €148
Bed & Breakfast Un matin dans les bois, Loison sur Crequoise , France
Un matin dans les bois
Loison sur Crequoise , France
Sun 18 Feb €105 €120
Bed & Breakfast Villa Balat, Namur, Belgium
Villa Balat
Namur, Belgium
Sun 18 Feb €90 €100
Bed & Breakfast Les Terrasses, Gordes, France
Les Terrasses
Gordes, France

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