Visiting Eguisheim? Hotels Fairy is here to get you the cheapest deals on the best Eguisheim Hotels aswell as tell you what to eat and when to go to this picture perfect French village.
Eguisheim Hotels and Accommodation
There are several excellent Eguisheim hotels, with several characterful hotels in the centre of the village where you can soak up the charm and character of the place.
Consider these popular Hotels in Eguisheim
Hotel Saint Hubert Eguisheim ~ €75/night
If you enjoy modern comforts then the popular 3 star Hotel Saint Hubert Eguisheim has excellent rooms and its very own swimming pool, contrasting beautifully with its characterful historic building right in the heart of Eguisheim’s ancient centre overlooking the famous fountain on Rue Des Trois Pierres. Double rooms typically cost around €75/night.
Hostellerie Des Comtes Hotel Eguisheim ~ €50/night
If on the other hand you fancy something a bit more traditional then the comfortable 2 star Hostellerie Des Comtes Hotel Eguisheim is full of character, also located in the charming village centre of Eguisheim on Rue Des Trois-Châteaux and an absolute bargain with double rooms from as little as €50/night. They also allow pets so it’s ideal if you want to take your dog on holiday.
Hostellerie Du Pape Hotel in Eguisheim ~ €75/night
Another great choice is the gorgeous Hostellerie Du Pape, which can be easily identified in the village by its famous yellow bicycles parked outside and its luscious flower baskets. The hotel has its own excellent restaurant serving classic french cuisine and rooms typically cost around €75/night
Colmar Hotels near Eguisheim
If you don’t want to stay in Eguisheim itself, then the town of Colmar is just a few miles away. Colmar has a huge selection of accommodation ranging from smart chain hotels like the Best Western Grand Hotel Bristol (from €85/night) to the superb value and highly popular Fast Hotel Colmar Houssen from as little as €42/night.
Things to do in Eguisheim
Enjoy the best of both world’s with rich French history in this ancient town combined with the modern comforts of some of France’s most comfortable independent hotels. Here at Hotels Fairy we find you the best room rates on Eguisheim Hotels from around the web.
The small town of Eguisheim in the Alsace region of France sums up everything that is great about France, with its colourful ancient buildings, narrow winding cobbled streets, delicious food and fine wine from the stunning vineyards that cover the surrounding countryside.
As soon as you catch first sight of Eguisheim‘s beautiful buildings, you won’t be able to stop yourself from pull out your camera and exploring its fairy tale streets. And when your feet get tired, sit yourself down in a cafe and enjoy a coffee or a glass of local wine.
Along with the history and architecture, wine of course is one of the main attractions for many Eguisheim visitors, who can also take a walk around the “Grands Cruz” vineyards trail to enjoy the views and learn about how the wine is produced.
Eguisheim is also famous for its 3 castles, the oldest of which dates back to 1006, little remains of the castles today but the history is fascinating and walk around the hill top with views of the surrounding vineyards is worthwhile in its own right.
Where to Eat
Eguisheim prides itself not only on being the birthplace of wine growing in the Alsace, but also the culinary heart of the region, so you won’t have any trouble finding an excellent meal. There are over 15 restaurants in Eguisheim including the excellent Caveau d’Eguisheim or Le Pavillon Gourmand serving traditional French cuisine at its best, to the Pizzeria Le Dagsbourg if you feel like something different.
When to Go
The best time to visit Eguisheim is in the summer months when the weather is at its best and the vineyards provide guided tours (June-mid September). In general, its best to avoid school holidays if you can, but the prestigious “Fete des Vignerons” in the last weekend August is excellent fun.
Another picture perfect French town full of colurful historic buildings in North-Eastern France is Troyes – check out our Troyes Hotels Guide.
Photo Credit: Russ Bowling