The Sélestat humanist library – which has been inscribed in the Unesco’s Memory of the World Register in 2011
The Relais & Châteaux Abbaye de la Pommeraie has been home to the King’s Lieutenants, barracks for military governors, and finally was the abode of a Baron of the Empire. Tucked away at the foot of the Alsatian vineyards, this now hotel has travelled through time, collecting secrets along the way.
The 4-star Relais & Châteaux Abbaye de Pommeraie is a former Baumgarten Cistercian Abbey, located in Sélestat, not far from famous Alsacian vineyards.
This charming little bijou offers a cozy entrance hall, a reception desk, gastronomical menus at the restaurant Le Prieuré, a traditional Alsace-Style Winstub Apfel Stuebel with a selection of local specialities, a terrace and garden with sunbeds.
The light wood bedrooms are a reflection of the welcome which will be extended by Christiane and Pascal Funaro- subtle and welcoming. The 14 rooms and suites are furnished with high-quality furniture. In all rooms and suites the owners have combined tradition and modernity. Each room provides a private bathroom with bath tube / toilet, guest supplies, hair-dryer, telephone, LCD-/Plasma-flatscreen television, Wi-Fi (free of charge) and mini bar.
In the morning guests can enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet at the restaurant Apfel Stuebel. Food lovers can choose between two places to dine: Le Prieuré, with its sophisticated creations, and the Apfelstuebel, a traditional Alsace-style Winstub, serving up typical country fare.
The area offers many activities such as the Chateau du Haut Koenigsbourg and the Gothic Church of St. George.
Halfway between Strasbourg and Colmar, the Cœur d’Alsace offers a mosaic of landscapes, blending vineyards and forests, between Mont Sainte-Odile (a mythical site of pilgrimage) and the Château du Haut-Kœnigsbourg.
The Romanesque Route joins the Alsace Wine Route and invites you discover remarkable religious buildings in Rosheim, Obernai, Andlau, etc…
Breakfast exclusive – EUR 19.00 per person