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Where to Stay in Alsace

by Rosalind
(Manchester England)

We want to spend a couple of weeks in Alsace in August this year.


We want to be based in perhaps 2 different places. We are looking for a hotel or bed and breakfast.

What we like is somewhere we can do sightseeing of little villages etc but where we can return to in the afternoon and sit and lounge in the garden or by a pool and read afterwards.

Our budget is not unlimited. We speak French and will have a car.

Thanks,
Rosalind

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The Wine Road in Alsace
by: Suzele

Hi Rosalind,

You've just described the entire Wine Road in Alsace...

There are about 100 villages and an infinite number of hotels, bed and breakfasts, and vacation rental appartments or gites.

Well...maybe not an infinite number...especially in July and August...but still there are a lot of them.

And since you speak French, it will be even easier for you to find what you are looking for!

Here's a pretty extensive list of villages including hotels and other accommodations plus nearby day trips...and not just the wine road villages either!

Just beware of the touristy villages...they can be packed out with people (and not just in the summer either).

It might help you narrow down your list of "must sees" in Alsace.

When I'm available (not busy doing tours of Alsace), I also do travel plans for those who need or want some help.

All of the wine road villages in Alsace are charming and interesting...some are more popular than others because there is something unusual about them...but not always...

Sometimes I have no idea why some villages are more popular than other lesser known villages...

Some people like to ride bikes from one to the other...just be careful of traffic...especially in the summer...

Have fun!
Suzele

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where to stay in Alsace
by: Tom

If you're looking for a place to stay on the Route du Vin in Alsace, I recommend either Kaysersberg or Riquewihr.

Both are very touristy with many hotel or Chambre options and many good restaurants. Plus both are right in the middle of Alsace.

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