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It is in an old lorraine farmhouse from 1870 that Loekie and Hubert Jager welcome you for moments of relaxation and conviviality. This house of character, surrounded by a beautiful flower garden is located in the heart of Neunkirch, in the town of Sarreguemines, Moselle.
Each room is named according to a dinner service from the Sarreguemines faienceries.

In the breakfast room, overlooking the pergola (access smokers) terrace and garden, you will find a nice assortment of homemade jams, buns, cakes, gingerbread and yogurt.
When weather is good, breakfast can be taken outside on the pergola or terrace. 

Half-way between major cities Metz, Strasbourg, Nancy, Saarbrücken, Luxembourg.

Access : From Highway A4 and A32 exit Sarreguemines, direction Zweibrücken


* Open all year
* Private parking
* Local for bicycles, motorcycles
* We lend bicycles 
* High chair & baby bed available
* Non-smoking rooms (outside smoking pergola at your disposal)
* Fridge, microwave available
* Main entrance via digital code
* Dogs accepted upon request only

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Trips :
By road : A4 exit 42, A6 exit 42
By train : Paris 1h50 by TGV or ICE, stations of Forbach and Sarrebrück
By plane : International Airport Saarbrücken and Zweibrücken
Paris : 4h by highway
Metz : 55 mn by highway
Strasbourg : 1h by highway
Nancy : 1h20 by road
Luxembourg : 1h15 by highway
Bruxelles : 3h30 by highwayFrancfort : 2h by highway
Sarrebruck : 15 mn by road

 

Discover our four charming and spacious rooms :

"Majolique" (20m2)

equipped with a 140x190 bed, TV, WiFi access, bathroom with WC, heated towel rails, hair dryer.
Rate : 1 person 55€ including breakfast, 2 persons 70€ breakfast included
City tax : 0,50€ p/pers. p/night



"Aubépine" (20m2)

equipped with a 140x190 bed, TV, WiFi access, bathroom with heated towel rails, hair dryer and separate toilets.
Rate: 1 person 55€ including breakfast, 2 persons 70€ breakfast included
City tax : 0,50€ p/pers. p/night


"Fleury" (20m2)

equipped with a 140x190 bed, TV, WiFi access, bathroom with heated towel rails, hair dryer and separate toilets.
Rate: 1 person 55€ including breakfast, 2 persons 70€ breakfast included
City tax : 0,50€ p/pers. p/night

 

The spacious family suite "Le bon vieux temps" (35m2)

equipped with a 140x190 bed.In the lounge corner, a comfortable sofa-bed, TV, WiFi access, a large bathroom with double sinks, heated towel rail, hair dryer, separate toilet.

It can accommodate 4 adults.

80€ incl. breakfast for 2 p.
20€ additional bed
City tax : 0,50€ p/pers. p/night

 

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Activity :

 

Swimming
* Tennis
* Cycling trails
* Marina Airfield (mini-cruises on the Saar)
* Riding
* Fishing
* Canoeing and kayaking

* The Museum of Faience in the city center, houses a magnificent collection of 19th and 20th centuries. With its most valuable piece, the winter garden of Paul de Geiger listed building.

The Ceramic trail in Sarreguemines is an original tourist route, which will please lovers of art, history and the fine arts. In one full day, you can learn all about one of the most important Earthenware producers in the world. The sites can easily be reached by car, starting at the Mill on the Blies (Museum of Faience Techniques). The Ceramic tour in Sarreguemines is a journey back time, tracing the steps of skill and talent through two centuries. At the end of the tour, you can buy a wide range of crockery, a selection of modern objects and reproductions of former designs, in the gift shop.


* The Mill on the Blies, a former stone-grinding mill that produced Ceramic clay, opens its doors to you today as the Museum of Faience Techniques. The Museum displays a significant collection of machines and specialised tools used in the ceramic industry, this has enabled the almost complete reconstruction of the riginal workshops.

At the entrance the visitor will discover the director's kitchen garden, compulsory passage before stepping across the big pergola covered with Japanese wisterias arbustive and clematis with small flowers. Under the weeping cherry trees, the plant place with peonies contrasts with the ruins labyrinth. Further The Faience and Millstone Garden reminds of the industrial era of that place. The orange and yellow flowers (eremurus) bring a touch of color to the garden. 

* The archaeological park between Bliesbruck (Moselle) and Reinheim (Land Saarland), a Gallo-Roman town. The tomb of the Princess of Reinheim (circa 400 BC.), was discovered in 1954. Discover the ancient city through the artisan district, the public baths and forum.

In the area :


* Golf 5 kms. with an area of 107ha and a set of 18-hole "Champion Chip"
* Station 2 kms, tram to Saarbrücken (Germany)
* Saarland Therme 3 kms in Hanweiler-Rilchingen (Germany)

30 kms from Sarreguemines :


Le Musée de la Cristallerie de Saint-Louis-les-Bitche
La Maison du Verre et du Cristal de Meisenthal
La Citadelle de Vauban à Bitche
le Simserhof, un des plus grand ouvrage militaire de la ligne Maginot à Siersthal.
Le Musée des Mines - Musée du Carreau Wendel à Petite-Rosselle
La Völklinger Hütte, le complexe sidérurgique de Völklingen, site classé au patrimoine culturel mondial de l'Unesco, Germany 
Le Musée de la Céramique à Mettlach, Germany

* Le Musée Lalique à Wingen-sur-Moder

70 kms from Sarreguemines :
Centre Pompidou à Metz