Place des Six Montagnes Noires 68000 Colmar − France
33 (0) 3 89 41 60 32
Fax: 33 (0) 3 89 24 59 40
Hostellerie Le Marechal is located in the tranquillity of a village at the water’s edge, right in the centre of town. Old, half-timbered houses, balconies heaped with flowers, weeping willows which dip their boughs into the Lauch waters… this is the heart of Colmar, the old quarter which is so picturesque that it has been called "Little Venice".
Constructed in 1565 on the fortified walls which encircle the old town (11th century), the Hostellerie Le Marechal welcomes you to the centre of this enchanting spot. Everything about the place has charm, tranquillity, elegance and courtesy. Why not try a four poster bed from the yesterdays. The owners, Family Bomo, will personally ensure your comfort. The 30 rooms are nostalgic, furnished with good brocades and antiques, but with 21st century conveniences.
The Restaurant "A l’Echevin" proposes famous gastronomic meals. The Chef prepares traditional French Cuisine with regional food, fresh lobster and fish. It’s a just a hop to the restaurant down by the water; they are the special charme of this house. The different Rooms of the Restaurant "Roesselmann", ”J.S. Bach" and the terrace outside are situated directly on the river side.
This house dates from 1565, a true historical monument that welcomes you all year round. Hospitality, friendliness and welcome are the hallmarks of the BOMO family who have run the house for more than 40 years.
Mark the check box for the room(s) of your choice and you will receive an offer with the best available rate
Along the canal of Little Venice, the restaurant is located in a 16th Century building.
Traditional Alsace dishes in a romantic place, with a really authentic feel.
To see the Menu click here
Open daily from 12h00 to 14h00 and from 18h30 to 21h30
Petite Venise, 24 rue de la herse - 68000 Colmar, France
Phone: +333 89 419 933
Official Website: http://www.lecaveausaintpierre-colmar.com/
One of the most attractive towns in Alsace, Colmar is filled with medieval and early Renaissance buildings, with half-timbered structures, gables, and gracious loggias. Tiny gardens and washhouses surround many of the homes. Its old quarter looks more German than French, filled with streets of unexpected twists and turns. As a gateway to the Rhine country, Colmar is a major stopover south from Strasbourg. Near the vine-covered slopes of the southern Vosges, it's the third-largest town in Alsace.
Colmar has been so well restored that it's Alsace's most beautiful city, far more so than Strasbourg. While walking its streets, you'll find it hard to tell that Colmar was hard hit in two world wars.
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