In the heart of the Vineyard, perched on the heights of Barr, the H welcomes you to his authentic home.
Situated on the slope of a hill, you can contemplate in the distance the mountains of the Black Forest and the Vosges, and in clear weather, the glaciers of Switzerland. Only 30 minutes drive from STRASBOURG and COLMAR, its exceptional location is ideal for visiting the heart of Alsace.
The hotel has a refined restaurant, a piano bar for winter evenings, and a heated outdoor swimming pool with a bar for summer evenings ...
Our charming and comfortable rooms offer you a view of the Alsatian plains, vineyards or even our beautiful swimming pool.
For a romantic getaway, a family stay or a visit to the region, The H opens its doors and welcomes you warmly !
Ideal for a business trip, or a short getaway, our Little rooms are suitable for one or two people.
Their clean decorations bring a soothing and welcoming atmosphere. Double bed 140cm.
For a pleasant stay combining modernity and old. Pleasant and welcoming they offer all the comfort you want.
Some have a balcony overlooking our pool, others offer a nice view of our Alsatian plains.
More spacious our Privilege rooms are perfect to offer you a romantic and bright moment.
One of these rooms has a balcony overlooking our beautiful outdoor pool.
The decoration is baroque style.
Charming residence, formerly called "the little castle Dietz", it was built in the late nineteenth century by Benjamin Dietz, a rich New York leather merchant from one of the most important Barroise families.
New management, new dynamics, new team, the hydrangeas have a new look. The new H reinvents itself every day so that you can spend exceptional moments.
The house has housed a holiday home called "Les Hortensias" and has been redesigned for this purpose: the side tower and the veranda were destroyed, the rear has been remodeled and expanded, garages have been contiguous to the old dependencies.
Jacques Albert Brion, the famous renowned architect in Strasbourg built the largest villa of Barr for Benjamin Dietz again Alsacien Lorrain.