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3 independent Self Contained apartments: terrace apartment up to 7 p., family apartment 4P, and love nest 1 bedroom apartment 2/3 P, one on each story. A traditional Alsatian House, with French, English & German speaking hosts. Three storeys of care and attention to detail make Maison Bellevue truly a place for fond memories. Three completely self contained apartments with full kitchens, beautiful sunny terraces and courtyard, central heating and plenty of private parking, in picturesque Munster, right in the heartland of Alsace. All apartments have panoramic views of the Munster valley and the mountains beyond. This picturesque property backs onto a natural mature pine forest containing a variety of wildlife . In our park there is a lovely lake with a barbecue and kids play ground. Marked walking trails start in from the house and the Munster valley is known for its bicycle tracks . In Winter there is the famous Christmas market and in the ski season we are only 20 minutes away from the slopes in the Vosges mountains. Munster is famous for its rooftop stork nests and the unique Munster cheese , boutique specialities shops, and very affordable restaurants.

Cars can be rented locally for about 180 euros per week, bookings required.

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Don't miss in the Munster Valley:

Maison du fromage , all about the Munster cheese.

centre de reintroduction des cigognes (Storck farm)

behind the townhall,

Maison du Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges, all about the mountain range: the Vosges

Musée de la Schlitte à Muhlbach,

Albert Schweitzer museum et Art Africain museum in Gunsbach,

Mémorial du Linge, battlefields WW1 front line.

Situated in a picturesque valley the walking trails around Munster provide views of the town a well as the Black Forest.

Everywhere in the Munster valley you find Munster cheese farms providing delicious generous lunches with local wines naturally.

Here are some suggestions for your Alsace stay:

Turckheim, beautiful village on the wine Road

In Colmar, visit the Unterlinden museum, then the Bartholdi Museum in the old town, Auguste Bartholdi his the sculptur of the Statue of Liberty and after have a cup of coffee in the lovely tea room with the thin boxes collection , a few doors down.

Strasbourg : Spend the day strolling in the streets,

eat some tarte flambee a la Bourse, place de la Bourse.

Visit the Ecomusee in Ungersheim near Mulhouse, an open air museum, a must.

in Mulhouse, the Printed Textile Museum, the National Car Museum with the Schlumpf Collection with more than 50 Bugattis.

Munster is centrally located on the Alsace Wine route, consisting of tasting cellars , quaint award winning town like Riquewihr, Eguisheim , the most beautiful village in France.


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Wonderful place with a wonderful view

We had a perfect week in the Apartment on 1. floor. The Apartment had everything we needed and a great charm. we enjoyed very much the terrace, with a beautiful view over the town and up to the Mountains. The hosts were very friendly and helpful.

Futter

Visited on "March - 2014

A perfect couple of days

We spent 2 nights at Maison bellevue in July and could easily have stayed longer. Our hosts were helpful and a wealth of information - they booked us in for an incredible lunch that we never would've discovered on our own.

The apartment has everything you could need, including a very well-equipped kitchen. You feel like you're in the country, but it's only a few minutes walk to the Munster town square. Which is a great spot for local markets and there are a couple of good boulangeries to get the day started.

We had a fantastic stay and would definitely return if we're in the area. I can't recommend maison Bellevue highly enough.

gretchen_nz

Visited on "July - 2013

Great base for an a holiday

We felt at home in this quaint, lovely old house on the hill and the apartment was really spacious, bright and very clean.

The kitchen had more utensils than you would normally find in a rental, beds firm and comfortable with crisp white clean linnen. The comfortably warm and cosy. We are keen walkers so enjoyed the lovely walks through the forest and on to the lake's village of Munster. The railway station is very handy and so were able to venture out with out a car to other great areas for hiking, Christmas markets in Colmar and Strasbourg. The only criticism we could find was the trains ceased running at 22:00, too early and unfortunately we did not know the farmer's markets close at midday so we were too late to buy the produce there. Other shops were open though but not quite the same.

There are so many wonderful museums like Tommy Ungerer's and the Alsatian Museum in Strasbourg or the National Car Museum in Mulhouse. Just too many to see in one week.

Will definitely return to stay at the Maison Bellevue in Munster again.

jazzyjenny

Visited on "December - 2012

A good base for exploring Alsace

Our apartment was comfortable and had everything you need, the owners are helpfull and they know everything about the area. The view is magnificient and we liked the fact that we leave our car on the parking and walk everywhere. We are keen walkers and found new trails everyday starting just from the house. And we liked going to the nearby pool and use the outside sauna and spa, it is often open late. Munster is a nice small town, they are quirky boutiques like the patisserie Guthleben with its decor from the 50's and opposite the Droguerie Guthleben were you can find rare goodies like old style cleaning products black liquid soap from Favre, gallstoane soap for stains. We also found an amazing shop Hermann grainaiterie, that only sells healthfoods, the owner must be nearly 90 years old. We liked eating at the Schlitte restaurant, very friendly owners; But the best vallue is La nouvelle Auberge in Wihr au val, lunchtime menu is only 10 euros for 3 courses.

dany

Visited on "November - 2012

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