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Riquewihr, France, recommended accommodation

We recently stayed in an apartment in Riquewihr, France, on the Alsace wine route. The name of it was La Cour des Nobles, and it is located right in the heart of the village. The architect owner and his wife have restored and remodeled this designated "ancient memorial" property into 3 suites and 2 rooms. They have kept the integrity of the medieval exterior and have provided very comfortable accommodations inside. We had a suite with a large living room, small bedroom with comfortable bed, small bathroom with a good shower, and a well stocked kitchen with microwave and refrigerator. Provided were butter, jam, yogurt, orange juice, milk, and coffee. All we had to do was to go nearby for bread. The owner met us with a delightful young woman who served as translator, gave us the necessary information about the property, and then showed us around the town. Parking was included in the price, which was a real positive. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay here and would highly recommend it. The price was also reasonably. Contact information is [email protected] and the website is www.courdesnobles-riquewihr.fr.

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