Maison Gabrielle, Munster Village ALSACE

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Three village apartments, maximum 10 people
2 x two bedroom apartments: each 1 x double; 1 x twin; both with ensuite shower and separate wc
1 x one bedroom apartment: 1 x double; 1 x bathroom with shower

This traditional four storey Alsatian House sits just above the pretty village of Munster which itself nestles into a valley in the foothills of the Vosges mountains in the region of Alsace in north eastern France. 

Three self-contained apartments filled with rustic country furniture, an expansive outdoor terrace and courtyard, central heating and plenty of parking.

All apartments have panoramic views of the Munster Valley and the mountains beyond. The property backs onto a natural pine forest and has a crystal clear trout stream running through its length.

Apt 1: (90m2) A two bedroom apartment with separate entrance, occupying entire first floor. One double, one twin bedroom both with ensuite shower, washbasin and bidet. Separate wc. Well equipped kitchen with all mod cons and a dishwasher. Very large living/dining room with TV & stereo. Private terrace and BBQ area.

Apt 2: (55m2) A two bedroom 2nd floor apartment with fully equipped kitchen, a dining/living room with TV, one double with ensuite shower, washbasin and bidet and one twin and separate bathroom with shower. Separate wc.

Apt 3: (45m2) A one bedroom apartment on the 3rd floor. TV, private balcony, fully equipped kitchen, bathroom with shower, separate wc. Double bed in bedroom. Dining/living room with convertible sofa-bed sofa.

All apartments are equipped with hairdryers and there is a communal washing machine.
Child cot and high chair are available upon request.
This property is booked from Saturday to Saturday, and shorter stays may be possible out of season.

Munster is famous for its rooftop stork nests, its unique Munster cheese and fruit liqueurs and an excellent base from which to explore the countless villages of the region, to visit Strasbourg, the capital of the European Union, Mulhouse with its Economusee - a recreation of Alsace in miniature, and Colmar - the Venice of France with its renown Unterlinden Museum - is a mere 20 minute drive away. Easy access to skiing slopes in winter and to walking and biking trails in summer: there is something for everyone.


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