In the countryside

in a typical Alsatian village

At the edge of the forest

… yet a stone throw from the city…

A warm welcome

21 la Vallée is an old, beautifully renovated U-shaped farmhouse at the edge of the quiet Alsatian village of Kuttolsheim which lies approximately 18km away from the city of Strasbourg. This charming and typical half-timbered property, painted in light blue and cream colours, surrounds a paved courtyard decorated with pretty flowers and other charming touches. Opposite the main building where the owners live, and in whose kitchen breakfast is generally served, there are two charming semi-detached guest houses, „Lune“ (ideal for 1 or two people) and „Etoile“ (for 3 to 4 people). Both have their own private terraces where guests can enjoy their breakfast outdoors if the weather allows. An additional semi-detached guest house „Soleil“ is planned in 2018 which will accommodate 2 to 3 people as well. It is our wish that guests should feel like they are stepping into a different world, to get pampered and to taste local produce and delicacies from the nearby farms.

The lovely village of Kuttolsheim lies at the outset of the famous Route des Vins which leads through the rolling vineyards and the typical Alsatian villages of the region against a backdrop of the Vosges mountains. There is plenty to do in the area. It is ideally situated to go for different walks or bike rides, to reach the multifaceted capital of Alsace, Strasbourg, with its many tourist attractions or to set off on a discovery of the surrounding countryside or to visit the quaint town of Saverne with the Musée Lalique not far away. In the evening, when you return to the peace and quiet of the village, you will find a number of different restaurants to satisfy most tastes and palates. Your multilingual hosts will be happy to advise you on all the above. Furthermore, along with many other things to do, the famous Royal Palace of Kirrwiler, one of the largest music halls of France, is only about 30 minutes away from us by car.


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