Situation and common characteristics

This website presents two rural lodgings located in the valley of Villé (Alsace, France).

You will find on this first page a brief presentation of the physical, social and cultural environment of these two rural lodgings. Then you will access to a more detailled description of the two gites, with photos. At last, you will be able to study our prices and to see how to contact us for more detailled informations or to reserve a period.

Thanvillé and St-Pierre-Bois
Thanvillé and St-Pierre-Bois villages. The two lodgings are on the picture, in the fringe of the village.

Both rural lodgings are located in St-Pierre-Bois

Alsace on France map Locate the two lodgings on a map of Alsace


The two lodgings are in St-Pierre-Bois, in the fringe of the village and are independant houses.
St-Pierre-Bois is a little village of the valley of Villé, in the Bas-Rhin, between Strasbourg and Colmar, at 12 km of Sélestat, at 6 km of the famous vineyard (Andlau, Barr, Obernai).
The lodgings are surrounded by meadows, by orchards and by forest. The valley of Villé is very green, undulating and sunny.
Plenty hikes possibles, marked out beaten tracks, cycle tracks, swimming-pools, tennis and all leisure activities in Villé (5 km), lifeguarded bathing place (18 km), cross-country skiing and track skiing in the Champ du Feu (15 km).
St-Pierre-Bois is near of very famous places of interest (Haut-Koenigsbourg, Mount Sainte-Odile, Wine Road, Colmar, Strasbourg, Riquewihr, etc.).

Food nearby:

Common characteristics

Each lodging is an independant house, non-isolated (border of the village), very calm, with a very nice landscape on the mountains, far from any very used road. The access with a car is easy.

The very complete equipment of each lodging is :

Electric heating, high insulation.
Provided sheet, diagrids and mattress of quality.
Room for bicycles, poussette, skis...
Easy maintenance (tiled - not fitted carpet ground).

Pets allowed at no extra.

Green areas are managed without pesticides or herbicides.