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Christine ou Urs Lanz
1, Rue de La Tour


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03 84 40 22 34


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Welcome! We are delighted to have you here. A vacation is all about escaping the daily grind, and holidays provide the perfect opportunity for new experiences and ideas. We invite you to spend your holiday in a serene and peaceful environment. Whether you prefer hiking alone or with your family, exploring the region on a bike or motorcycle, or simply enjoying some well-deserved solitude, Grange d'Anjeux offers a wide range of recreational activities to suit everyone's needs and interests.
Anjeux is located 5 km west of Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse and approximately 30 km north of the city of Vesoul. Situated at an elevation of 242 m, the village lies at the northernmost point of the department, in the Chanois stream valley to the west of the low ground of Planey, at the edge of the Vosges plateau.
Encompassing an area of 8.71 km², the commune is situated in a slightly hilly landscape on the outskirts of the Vosges. To the east of the commune lies the low ground of Planey, which originates from a karst source and flows approximately 7 km southwards into the Semouse river. The valley floor is around 235 m in elevation and is about one kilometer wide. Within the Anjeux region, the Planey tributaries merge with the Dorgeon and Chanois streams. The eastern boundary is marked by the hillock of the Fays forest, reaching a height of 303 m, which serves as a watershed in the Semouse valley.
In the northwest, the commune's surface extends into the Chanois stream valley and the hills near Haute de Calenne and Charmot, reaching an elevation of around 260 m. The northern boundary is formed by the forest of La Levue.
The neighboring towns of Anjeux are Dampvalley-Saint-Pancras and Cuve to the north, Girefontaine to the west, La Pisseure, Plainemont, and Jasney to the south, and Bouligney and Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse to the east.
The region has been inhabited since Roman times and was part of the Free County of Burgundy during the Middle Ages. Since 1271, there have been historical records of a ruling authority centered in Anjeux, which gradually came under the partial control of the Luxeil-les-Bains monastery and the Faucogney family. In 1678, with the peace of Nijmegen, Anjeux became part of Franche-Comté, which was then incorporated into France.
The Church of Anjeux, built in the flamboyant Gothic style during the 15th and 16th centuries, is classified as a historical monument. The 19th-century wash house is also of historical significance.
Heading south from Anjeux towards the Planey low ground, one can still find the remains of the La Sarrasinière castle in a small grove on the parcel of the same name.
The Planey source is a popular tourist attraction, with its shimmering colors ranging from blues to greens, depending on the weather.

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Experience a charming and historic stay in our two-level apartment, complete with a cozy wood stove. This 1684 house is part of a farmhouse dating back to 1818, located in the heart of Anjeux. Immerse yourself in the rich history of the area, with the nearby 15th-century church and 19th-century wash.

The apartment offers a comfortable and spacious layout with 5 rooms. On the ground floor, you'll find a fully equipped kitchen, bathroom, and a cozy living room. Access the first floor through an external stone staircase, where a bedroom with a queen-size bed awaits. On the second floor, reached by a staircase from the first floor, there is another bedroom with two single beds. The sofa in the living room can also be converted into a double bed.

Stay warm with electric heating, customizable in each room, and enjoy the added ambiance of a small wood stove in the living room. The bathroom features a large bath, comfortable shower, sink, and toilet, complete with towels, shower gel, and shampoo. The kitchen is fully equipped with a fridge, ceramic hob, extractor hood, microwave, oven, dishwasher, coffee maker, and other small appliances, along with an abundance of kitchen towels and dishes. Hot water is supplied by a 200-liter boiler. The queen-size bed on the first floor measures 160 x 200 cm, while the two single beds measure 90 x 190 cm. Upon arrival, the apartment is naturally heated to a cozy core temperature of around 19 °C. Each room is equipped with an electric heater, allowing guests to adjust the temperature to their liking.

Motorcycles and bicycles can be safely stored in the barn, while convenient car parking is available.

Anjeux is a charming town situated midway between Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse and Vauvillers, surrounded by picturesque forests and meadows. Explore the beautiful landscape by foot, bicycle, motorcycle, or car. Cyclists and motorcyclists will especially enjoy the freedom of the local roads. Nearby Saint-Loup-sur-Semouse offers a variety of shops and restaurants, just seven miles away.


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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 55 65 15
(3 pers.)
2 67 83 15
Holiday Home 1 350 350


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  • Château de Ray-sur-Saône: Located about 20 kilometers from Rue de La Tour, this beautiful castle dates back to the 13th century. It offers stunning architecture and is surrounded by a picturesque landscape.
  • Luxeuil-les-Bains: Situated approximately 25 kilometers away, Luxeuil-les-Bains is a charming spa town known for its thermal baths. Visitors can relax in the natural hot springs and enjoy the town's historic buildings, such as the Abbey Saint-Colomban.
  • Vesoul: Located around 40 kilometers from Rue de La Tour, Vesoul is a vibrant city with a rich history. It offers various attractions, including the Vesoul Motocross Museum and the Notre-Dame de la Motte Cathedral.
  • Ronchamp Chapel (Chapelle Notre-Dame du Haut): Situated about 45 kilometers away, this iconic modernist chapel was designed by renowned architect Le Corbusier. It is considered a masterpiece of contemporary architecture and attracts visitors from around the world.
  • Plombières-les-Bains: Situated approximately 50 kilometers from Rue de La Tour, Plombières-les-Bains is another charming spa town known for its healing thermal waters. Visitors can explore the town's Belle Époque architecture and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere.
  • Belfort: Located around 60 kilometers away, Belfort is a historic city famous for its imposing Lion of Belfort statue. The city also offers attractions such as the Belfort Citadel and the Museum of Fine Arts.
  • Besançon: Situated approximately 70 kilometers from Rue de La Tour, Besançon is a UNESCO World Heritage-listed city. It is known for its impressive Vauban fortifications, the Citadel of Besançon, and the Astronomical Clock in the city center.
  • The Peugeot Adventure Museum: Located about 75 kilometers away in Sochaux, this museum showcases the history and evolution of the Peugeot automobile brand. Visitors can admire vintage cars, learn about the company's innovations, and explore interactive exhibits.
  • Haut-Koenigsbourg Castle: Situated approximately 130 kilometers from Rue de La Tour, this medieval castle is perched on a hilltop in the Alsace region. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding vineyards and forests, as well as insights into medieval life. 10. Strasbourg: Located around 150 kilometers away, Strasbourg is the capital of the Alsace region and a renowned European city. It is famous for its stunning Gothic cathedral, picturesque canals, and charming half-timbered houses in the Petite France neighborhood. Additionally, Strasbourg is home to various European institutions, such as the European Parliament.

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