Rated 4 ears of corn in the Gites de France network, our house is located in Saulxures, a small village in the heart of the Bruche Valley surrounded by the beautiful Alsatian mountains.
A historic place : you are in the Principality of Salm !
Surrounded by forests in a lush, green setting, you are in a different kind of Alsace, in the heart of the Vosgian mountains. For discovering the region, for hiking, for baking or simply for resting in a relaxing countryside, Bluets et Brimbelles welcomes you...
Our farmhouse dates back 1753 and has been in our family for 10 generations. It has been fully renovated to include 4 all-comfort guest rooms and a cake lab. Wood is a key element in its architecture, with its distinctive apparent beams in the old barn and the second floor...
Free WiFi is available throughout the house, including on the terrace.
A secure parking lot is available for you on site, as well as a garage to shelter your bike or motorcycle.
Our table d'hôtes is open every evening on reservation. On warm summer evenings, you will enjoy a meal on our terrace with a beautiful view on the surrounding fir trees.
Catherine draws inspiration for her cuisine in various places of the world where she lived or enjoyed travelling. She likes to link Alsatian traditions to international food culture : her London years left a light and delicious British touch to some of her cakes, and you might sometimes notice in her dishes a light touch of India... Just ask her about Pondichery, you will light a spark in her eyes !
You will be able to rest in the 1.1 acre tree-filled garden while enjoying a beautiful view on the surrounding summits. The most curious of our guests will identify wild plants (fir trees, larches...) as well as apple, cherry, pear and walnut trees, and even discover the difference between "bluets" and "brimbelles" !
To water the vegetable and herb garden, we use exclusively water from our fountain, harnessed from a source located uphill in our garden. That is true sustainable development !
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