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Liliane Schnurr
5 Avenue Léopold Humbert


3 reviews

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price from €80




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Villa Olianna is an exquisite manor designed in the elegant Art-Nouveau style, nestled in the charming village of Provenchères-sur-Fave, surrounded by the breathtaking Vosges mountains. This magnificent estate offers an idyllic base for outdoor enthusiasts, providing easy access to cross-country skiing, hiking, and biking trails. Additionally, guests can embark on captivating cultural explorations and indulge in mouthwatering culinary experiences in the nearby vicinity. The villa boasts delightful amenities including a sun-drenched terrace, a sprawling garden, and a secure car park, all at the disposal of our esteemed guests.


Appréciations pour Villa Olianna, Provenchères-sur-fave:

sejour chez liliane
Review by: alba, Sep 13 2017 6:39PM
excellent accueil, dame charmante et très accueillante,petit déjeuner parfait.nous recommandons les chambres d'hotes de la villa Olianna.
Un accueil amical et chaleureux
Review by: Martine GOUILLART, Mai 27 2016 8:58PM
Merci à Liliane qui a réservé un accueil chaleureux à ma maman de 93 ans victime de la grève des trains et coincée à Provenchères. Elle a apprécié le cadre impeccable et confortable et surtout la personnalité de Liliane, chaleureuse et sympathique.
Un cadre magique
Review by: Jean-Marie, Dec 7 2008 9:51PM
Nous avons passé un agréable séjour dans la Chambre EUROPE, avec ma femme et nos deux petites filles. Je recommande cette chambre d'hôtes, et un accueil formidable !!! Un de mes meilleurs séjour dans les Vosges depuis très longtemps.

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Property type Quantity
Prices in €
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min. max. min. max.
extra bed
(2 pers.)
2 80 80 Oui
Notes: Room for 4 divided in 2




  • Château de Kaysersberg: Located in the nearby town of Kaysersberg, this beautiful castle dates back to the 13th century. It offers stunning views of the surrounding vineyards and houses a historical museum.
  • Route des Crêtes: A scenic mountain road that runs through the Vosges Mountains, offering breathtaking views of the valleys, forests, and lakes. It is perfect for scenic drives, hiking, and photography.
  • Lac Blanc: Situated in the heart of the Vosges Mountains, Lac Blanc is a picturesque mountain lake surrounded by dense forests. Visitors can enjoy activities like hiking, biking, fishing, and picnicking in this serene natural setting.
  • Parc Alsace Aventure: An adventure park located in Breitenbach, just a short drive away. It offers a wide range of thrilling activities such as zip-lining, tree climbing, and obstacle courses, suitable for all ages.
  • Château du Haut-Koenigsbourg: Situated atop a hill in the Alsatian vineyards, this medieval castle offers panoramic views of the region. It is known for its well-preserved architecture and historical significance, attracting many visitors each year.
  • Lac de Gerardmer: One of the largest lakes in the Vosges Mountains, Lac de Gerardmer is a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts. Visitors can enjoy activities like swimming, boating, kayaking, and windsurfing on the lake.
  • Parc Naturel Régional des Ballons des Vosges: A regional nature park that spans across several departments, including the Vosges. It is a paradise for nature lovers, with diverse wildlife, hiking trails, and stunning landscapes to explore.
  • Cité de l'Automobile: Located in Mulhouse, this automobile museum showcases a vast collection of vintage and luxury cars from different eras. It is a must-visit for car enthusiasts and offers interactive exhibits and informative displays.
  • Maison du Fromage Munster: Situated in Munster, this cheese museum highlights the history and production of the famous Munster cheese. Visitors can learn about the cheese-making process, sample different varieties, and purchase local products. 10. Ecomusée d'Alsace: Located in Ungersheim, this open-air museum provides insights into rural life in Alsace from the 19th and early 20th centuries. It features traditional Alsatian houses, workshops, and gardens, offering a glimpse into the region's cultural heritage.

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