3, Rue du Sel, 67160 Wissembourg, France
The hotel industry AU CYGNE has a long tradition in the heart of the small town of Wissembourg.
The house has been modernized, cared for and cared for over the past few years, but without neglecting the concept of traditional cuisine with fresh local ingredients. This is how a loyal customer base has developed, which has always secured the livelihood of the company.
On the neighboring property, 8 Rue des Lordonniers, a guest house was set up in 2010 with 7 modern hotel rooms, 2 of which are suites. An elevator takes guests to the two floors.
The 10 rooms in the main building are of an older date, but they certainly correspond to bourgeois standards.
The beautiful, large hall, in which many family celebrations and festive events were held in the past, must currently remain closed to the public. Fire protection requirements would have to be met after purchase.
1. Hotel-Restaurant in two adjacent houses.
Restaurant in the main building
Bar and guest room for approx. 60 people
Adjoining room for about 20 people
Kitchen divided into main kitchen with large stove, patisserie and garde manager,
Scullery with 2 sinks &_cc781905-5cde-3194_cf5b34 cold rooms
Storage rooms in the basement divided into several rooms
The large ballroom (in the main building) is currently banned from use
2. Hotel room in the main building
double room 10
Annex Hotel Rooms / Newly furnished and opened in July 2010
5 double rooms
2 Suiten _cc781905-5cde- 3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_
Where the German Wine Route ends, the road merges without obstacles into our neighboring country Alsace / France and 1 km later leads directly to the historic city of Wissembourg.
Between the 14th and den the 17th century, Wissembourg was one of the imperial cities of Alsace.
The river "Lauter" flows through the small, picturesque town with approx. 8,000 inhabitants and its many sights, such as the Abbey of St. Peter & Paul or the salt house of "l'Ami Fritz" from the 16th century and the classicistic town hall.
Every year, thousands of tourists from all over the world and especially many cross-border commuters from Germany come to stroll and linger, of course also to stop and spend the night.
Surrounded by the old city walls lies the romantic town with its Benedictine abbey founded in the 7th century, embedded in the foothills of the Vosges.
The medieval flair with old half-timbered houses and narrow streets has been preserved to this day. The many restaurants and cafés invite visitors to linger.
The hotel restaurant "AU CYGNE" is located in the middle of the old town opposite the town hall, winding and yet central, it combines the Middle Ages and the modern age and is still up to date.
Parking spaces on the right side of the Rathaus-Hof, secured with a barrier that can be opened by the hotel operator.