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La Haute Grange – Luxury Alsace B&B

A cosy hideaway ideally situated for exploring the vineyards of Alsace at Fréland (68 Haut-Rhin, Grand Est) is at the B&B La Haute Grange

B&B La Haute Grange
No smoking except in garden
Free wifi
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Surrounded by forests and wildflower meadows, La Haute Grange is a rural farmhouse perfect for de-stressing… comfortable rooms, and great  views. Guests can enjoy luxury bed and breakfast at La Haute Grange in one of 4 en-suite guest rooms (named after warming gingerbread spices – cinammon. bergamot, nutmeg and star anise) –   the ideal spot to make the most of your stay in Alsace. Just an hour from Bâsel and Strasbourg (airports), 20 minutes from Colmar and a short hop to the highlights of the Alsace Wine RouteKaysersberg, Riquewihr, Colmar …………some of the prettiest villages in France. Comfortable en-suite rooms – exclusively for adults, wonderful views over the surrounding trees and hills  from the garden – the perfect place to relax after a day out.

Your hosts: Margaret is Scottish and spent more than 20 years on British Airways long haul flights – in First Class ! Philippe is from Alsace , an ex-policeman, he is a keen gardener.

La Haute Grange is close to Kaysersberg and the famous Wine Route and with the Vosges mountains as a backdrop there are great walks right from the front door. Philippe will orgnise a great day out for you .

Languages spoken: German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese

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The wines of Alsace are predominantly white, dry and elegant and are identified by the grape variety – Riesling, Gewurztraminer and Pinot Blanc. There is a small amount of red made from Pinot Noir; some sweeter dessert wines from late-harvested grapes (vendanges tardives) and some decent sparkling Crémant d’Alsace. The still wines are in german style fluted bottles often with Germanic-looking script on the labels, reflecting the region’s turbulent past. BUT – the style of the wines and the winemakers is decidedly French!

for more info and to check availability at this Alsace B&B see see B&B La Haute Grange

alternative nearby vineyard accommodation at  Domaine Pierre Adam

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