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Rosheim village church in Alsace France

Rosheim hotels might be a good choice for you if you love medieval architecture...

Because Rosheim has some of the oldest intact buildings (from the 1100s) in all of Alsace and some really beautiful Alsatian architecture as well.

Not to mention it has not one but two medieval city walls (the second one was built to accommodate the growing village).

Rosheim also has a train station if you'd prefer to take the train and is a great base if you would like to stay in a small wine road village with a train station.

If you're staying in Rosheim hotels, you'll be near military history sites, Celtic and Roman sites, and of course Alsatian wine road villages.

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Alsace Daytrips from Rosheim Hotels

If medieval architecture and drinking wine appeal to you, then you may want to take a look at Rosheim hotels...

For those looking to see Alsace by train, Rosheim is a good base for anyone who wants to stay on the wine road in a little village. And there are quite a few interesting stops nearby whether you are taking the train or driving.

Distances given are the approximate distances from the center of Rosheim France.

Villages with a * have a train stop or train station.


4 miles/6 km

Obernai is a small town or very large village on the wine road. They've been making wine for over 13 centuries now (starting in the 700s at least). If you loved Colmar, you will really love Obernai! It's a very beautiful town and the vineyards are much closer than in Colmar. Obernai is also the birthplace of the patron saint of Alsace, Sainte Odile.


4 miles/7 km

Ottrott is a beautiful wine village in Alsace with quite a lot of castle ruins if you're interested... It's also the closest village to Mont Sainte Odile and you can walk to it in about an hour or drive. Ottrott is also famous for its Pinot Noir (they've been making it since the 1100s).


5 miles/8 km

Mutzig is a small wine producing village in Alsace near Molsheim that is probably more famous for its beer than wine (although it has some excellent wine as well). And for those of you who love military history, there is Fort Mutzig built in the very late 1800s by the German Empire. If World War One history appeals to you, this might be a good stop for you.


5 miles/8 km

Molsheim is best known as the home of Bugatti. You can still tour the Bugatti Foundation in Molsheim or you can go just next door to Dorlisheim where their new Bugatti car factory is now located. But Molsheim is still a wine road village and its medieval city walls are still standing...right next to vineyards even!


7 miles/11 km

After you pass Barr if you're on your way to Ottrott or Mont Saint Odile, you'll find the village of Heiligenstein. It's a pretty little wine village with one big difference. They produce Klevener de Heiligenstein wine (which can only be produced in that particular area). It's related to the Traminer family, so if you enjoy Gewurztraminer, you might want to try this historic variety in Alsace.


8 miles/13 km

Barr is a wine road village in Alsace that attracts fewer tourists AND has a train station, but it's not because it's not a beautiful little village with adorable winding cobblestone streets. So if you are looking for a quieter Alsace vacation, Barr might be for you.


9 miles/14 km

Mittelbergheim (like Riquewihr) is one of the most beautiful villages in France, but there are a lot less tourists here. Between Andlau and Barr you'll find some of the best Sylvaner wine (and many other grape varieties) in a quiet and peaceful setting.

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La Rose d'Alsace

La Rose d'Alsace is a small bed and breakfast in the medieval center of Rosheim. The traditional Alsatian building itself has been renovated and has 4 rooms. Breakfast and WiFi are included. Each room looks out onto a private courtyard garden. A great alternative to Rosheim hotels.

Hostellerie du Rosenmeer

The Hostellerie du Rosenmeer is a small hotel with a fabulous restaurant in Rosheim near the train station. It's about a 15 minute walk to the medieval center of Rosheim. Breakfast and parking are available. WiFi is free of charge in the public areas of the hotel, but there is no air conditioning.

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