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Newest reviews for Maison d'hôtes "Au Fil du Temps"

  • Cristiano
      United Kingdom
    September 2, 2014

    Everything. A very comfortable and extremely spacious suite in a converted old Alsatian farmhouse full of character. Charming and polite host, delicious breakfast, comfortable four poster bed, ample parking, and a delicious traditional restaurant 2 minutes' walk away.

    Nothing. The only thing to be aware of is you can't pay by card, but there is a cashpoint in the nearby town which is a 2 minute drive away.

    10

  • Michelle
      Belgium
    August 19, 2014

    We love especially the courtesy that we could still dine there after 10pm after our arrival. The hostility is excellent. Delicious dinner and well-prepared breakfast, the room is spacious, clean and stylish! There's a beautiful walking route right next to the house, which leads you to a wonderful Alsace panoramic view.

    We would kindly suggest either the booking.com take down the "couple+a kid" icon or the hotel rise the price to 110 euro per night straightaway. We were surprised by the fact that we thought we had booked a triple room with our 6 years old son but it turned out that we needed to pay extra 25 euro per night. The "kid sign" is only for any kid under 3 years old but actually the nicely-made child bed is more meant for an older kid, it's not so safe to let younger kid sleep in it, a baby-cot will be ideal for a real family with under 3 year old kid.

    8.3

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    July 6, 2014

    Everything perfect and like described - what else to say? Very lovely hosts and the breakfast amazing.

    10

  • Allan
      United Kingdom
    July 2, 2014

    A charming Alsace property, wonderfully restored. We stayed in Anna which was actually a huge bedroom with a small anti-room with a child's bed and a large shower room. It was very spacious and comfortable with the bonus of a sofa and TV. So nice not to have to sit on the bed. The room has its own entrance, up a narrow staircase on the first floor, with a lovely wooden gallery/balcony overlooking the courtyard. We had an evening meal cooked by our hosts. A courgette potage, chicken with chestnut flour spaetzle followed by tiramisu. Absolutely delicious and very reasonable for 27€ including an aperitif and local wine. Our hosts were very attentive. We stayed for one night on our journey home from Italy and found everything we needed, a homely house, good food and secure parking. Would love to return.

    Wifi would have been a bonus. Cable internet is available but not suitable for our Iphone.

    10

  • Chris
      United Kingdom
    June 19, 2014

    So typically French in every way. A true old world residence. My wife is gluten free and Madam obliged her by making a cheese omelette for her breakfast. Left me to the gorgeous bread and croissants and jams

    Nothing to dislike

    10

  • Allan
      United Kingdom
    June 15, 2014

    A beautiful location, beautiful village full of medieval buildings. Medieval farmhouse built in 1685. A suite of rooms with four poster bed, sofas, small anti-room, beautiful bathroom. Lovely french furniture. No restaurant in guesthouse but the local village restaurant is outstanding. A great welcome despite the language difficulties. No one speaks much English but if you make an effort to converse using French, German or Alsation ( a German dialect They are very helpful. We saw a stork walking on a field ... a real bonus.

    If you order anything including Munster ... it is a local cheese. This Guesthouse is not really suitable for disabled people.

    10

  • Scott
      United States of America
    June 15, 2014

    Everything! especially the people!!!

    nothing

    10

  • Piret
      Belgium
    May 17, 2014

    Everything, nicely renovated rooms, comfortable beds, simple, but nicely served and prepared dinner, owners are goods hosts and they have turned old country house to very cozy and spacious place to stay

    Breakfast was very nice, maybe some eggs of cheese would have been nice in addition to bread and jam

    10

  • Anonymous
      Germany
    April 1, 2014

    While traveling the French country side there was no better place to stay then a beautifully redone barn. It was clean and unique. The breakfast was made with care and seemingly from the farms products. Without sharing a common language we still felt welcome.

    10

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