Like Itterswiller—the cute wine village it overlooks—this yellow-walled, half-timbered hillside hotel exudes charm, from the wood-beam lobby with its wrought-iron staircase right through to the "country deluxe" lodgings with views across the nearby vineyards. Rooms, while not overly spacious, are well done, with large wood-framed beds, colorfully upholstered furnishings, capacious windows, and all the modern conveniences. The cheapest ones, on the top floor, have showers
only; the priciest have bathtubs and balconies. Across the street, the hotel's winstub-style restaurant (no dinner Sunday, closed Monday) features a vintage winepress and serves Alsace wines by the jug; homemade foie gras, venison in cranberry sauce, and traditional choucroute top the menu.