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Experience the utmost comfort of our charming countryside cottage in the Vosges. Designed to comfortably accommodate up to 8 adults and 2 children (under 12), this rustic retreat is nestled within a traditional Lorraine house. Conveniently situated on the Epinal-Nancy axis, in the heart of a village surrounded by a vast 25,000 hectare forest, our property offers a truly idyllic location.

Step inside and discover a warm and inviting living room, four beautifully appointed bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, three toilets, and a delightful garden complete with terraces and a lush lawn. The authenticity of the place will captivate you, providing the perfect backdrop for a multitude of on-site activities and enriching excursions.

Positioned ideally on the GR5F and a mere 5 km from the scenic Blue Way Voard along the Vosges Canal, our cottage offers privileged access to nature enthusiasts and cycling aficionados alike. For the ultimate relaxation, indulge in our wellness area, featuring a dedicated room with a swimming pool (available in summer), a rejuvenating spa, and a soothing sauna (additional charges may apply). This sanctuary of tranquility awaits you after a rewarding day of exploration.

Embark on an unforgettable experience in this character-filled abode, where the charm of Lorraine harmoniously merges with modern comfort, creating an ideal setting for rejuvenating holidays.


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Located just a short 5-minute drive from the expressway, Axis Epinal Nancy is easily accessible.



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  • Crystal Museum of Portieux: Located in the heart of Portieux, this museum showcases the rich history and craftsmanship of crystal production in the region. Visitors can admire a vast collection of intricate crystal pieces and learn about the techniques used in their creation.
  • Vosges Mountains: Just a short drive from Portieux, the Vosges Mountains offer breathtaking natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, picturesque viewpoints, and charming villages nestled amidst the mountainous landscape.
  • Epinal: Situated approximately 30 kilometers from Portieux, Epinal is a historic town known for its enchanting old quarter and the iconic Château d'Épinal. The town also hosts the world-famous Imaginales Festival, dedicated to fantasy literature and art.
  • Nancy: Located around 60 kilometers away, Nancy is renowned for its stunning architecture, particularly the UNESCO-listed Place Stanislas. The city boasts elegant 18th-century buildings, beautiful parks, and vibrant cultural events throughout the year.
  • Saint-Dié-des-Vosges: Situated about 40 kilometers from Portieux, Saint-Dié-des-Vosges offers a mix of natural beauty and cultural attractions. The town is known for its International Festival of Geography and hosts several museums, including the Pierre Noël Museum and the Museum of Art and History.
  • Gerardmer: Nestled in the heart of the Vosges Mountains, Gerardmer is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The town is famous for its picturesque lake, which offers opportunities for swimming, boating, and fishing, as well as its well-maintained ski slopes in the winter.
  • Baccarat: Located approximately 50 kilometers from Portieux, Baccarat is renowned for its crystal production. The town's Crystal Museum showcases the history and artistry of Baccarat crystal, and visitors can also explore the beautiful gardens and fountains of the Baccarat Crystal Factory.
  • Colmar: Situated around 80 kilometers away, Colmar is a charming Alsatian town famous for its well-preserved medieval architecture and colorful timber-framed houses. The town's picturesque streets, adorned with flowers and canals, make it a delightful place to wander and explore.
  • Strasbourg: Although a bit further away (around 120 kilometers), Strasbourg is worth a visit for its splendid blend of French and German influences. The city's historic center, Grande Île, is a UNESCO World Heritage site and offers stunning architecture, including the iconic Strasbourg Cathedral and charming half-timbered houses. 10. Alsace Wine Route: Stretching through the vineyards and charming villages of Alsace, the Alsace Wine Route is a must-visit for wine enthusiasts. The route passes through picturesque towns like Riquewihr and Ribeauvillé, offering opportunities to taste exquisite wines and experience the region's rich viticultural heritage.

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