A la ferme Freysz – Charming Bed and Breakfast near Strasbourg

by | Updated on 2/11/2023 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

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If you’re looking for a beautiful and charming bed and breakfast near Strasbourg, I have the perfect address for you: the bed and breakfast A La Ferme Freysz, run by Philippe and Clarisse who are none other than my neighbors in Quatzenheim!

Quatzenheim is a small village located in the Kochersberg, 15km west of Strasbourg. The location is convenient for visiting the region: you are in Strasbourg in only 20 minutes, the beginning of the Alsace Wine Route in Marlenheim is only 10 minutes away and you are for example in Obernai in 30 minutes.

Sleeping in a farm in the Kochersberg

The Freysz Farm is a beautiful place: it is a huge farmhouse typical of the Kochersberg, with a U shape. The oldest building dates back to 1600 and the whole farmhouse has been beautifully preserved and is always incredibly well flowered in the beautiful season.

The guest rooms are located in the historic home of the farmhouse, where work has been done to make the rooms very comfortable: the two rooms are very large and each has a beautiful bathroom. The decoration has been thought with taste, mixing the charm of the old with more modern elements. It’s elegant, cozy and comfortable at the same time!

One of the rooms has a double bed, the other a double bed and a single bed. Great attention has been paid to the bedding, which is of excellent quality.

Local and gourmet breakfast

The room where breakfast is served is incredible: it is a traditional stub of the old Alsatian houses which has been preserved, you will have the impression to enter a small museum. The breakfast is excellent, with products from the farm (apple juice) and local products in general, not forgetting Clarisse’s delicious kougelhopf!

Warm welcome from a passionate person

You will be welcomed by Philippe, whose family has always owned this farm. Philippe is passionate about his farm and Alsace in general, and will gladly share his knowledge. You couldn’t ask for a better immersion in the region (you can even ask him to speak to you in Alsatian if you want to hear this language 😉 )

The farm is no longer in activity but Philippe has kept some animals for pleasure as well as old objects: when you come, he will be able to give you a small visit of the buildings and take you to see the birds, goats, rabbits, horses…

In short, you will be really welcomed 🙂

I liked

  • Beautiful farm
  • Comfort of the rooms
  • Local breakfast
  • Home of an enthusiast

I liked a little less

  • Nothing!

My photos of the Freysz Farm

Practical information

Rates and reservation

Rooms start at 90€ per night, including breakfast.

Reservation

You can:

Access

By car

You can park your car in the farmyard. To come to Quatzenheim, you have to count:

  • 15km from Strasbourg (about 15/20 minutes)
  • 23km from Obernai (about 30 minutes)
  • 70km from Colmar (about 1h)
By public transport

Quatzenheim is served from Strasbourg by bus 205 of the CTBR. Buses are regular during the week but the frequency is low on weekends or during school vacations, so I tend to advise you to come by car. You can check the bus schedule here.

LaurĂšne

LaurĂšne

LaurÚne est la créatrice du blog Mon week-end en Alsace. Bretonne installée en Alsace depuis 2014, elle est tombée amoureuse de sa région d'adoption au point de lui dédier un blog et d'acheter avec son mari une maison alsacienne dans un village du Kochersberg, prÚs de Strasbourg. A pied, à vélo, sur ses chevaux ou au volant de sa voiture, elle aime partir explorer les moindres recoins de l'Alsace pour dénicher de bonnes adresses à partager sur le blog.

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