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Uwe Nehen
La Petite Rosiere, Le Beuil
La Rosière


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Situated on the southern foothills of the Vosges, where the expansive plateau of the mille-étangs commences and water cascades towards the Mediterranean Sea, you will find our cherished farm, La Petite Rosière, nestled in a secluded spot. Just above the commune of La Rosière, "La Petite Rosière" is positioned at the end of a tranquil lane. With the exception of our private driveway, leading through a grand, covered gate to the farm, there is no traffic in the vicinity. The surrounding landscape unfolds in all directions, offering opportunities for leisurely strolls along forest and meadow paths, as well as embarking on extensive hikes. The farmhouse, along with the old bakehouse and the charming "tourelle," form a picturesque ensemble. Across from this ensemble, a sprawling orchard gently slopes down to a serene bathing lake with an imposing rock formation. Beyond lies an enchanting deciduous forest, adorned with moss-covered rocks, ancient trees, and captivating viewpoints. Above the house, farm, and lake, on the opposite side of the historic donkey path that once connected the farm to the outside world, stretches a spring meadow. From the depths of this meadow emerges the water that sustains our house. We now utilize a portion of the meadow for cultivating vegetables and potatoes. Whether by the pond, along the forest's edge, among the rocks, or amidst the blooming natural meadows - enveloped by a mix of young and old beech, oak, birch, and ash trees - countless serene spots await, inviting you to reconnect with tranquility and embrace the wonders of nature.


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Review by: Ulrike Brand, Jan 15 2024 8:16PM
La Petite Rosière is a beautiful and peaceful place. Very nice rooms with a personal artistic touch. Lovely hosts - and the cuisine is a delight for tongue and eye. After five days in La Petite Rosière I felt rested and refreshed.

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Notes: Dinner three courses 25€


Swimming Pool
Animals Allowed


  • La Rosière Ski Resort: Located just a few kilometers away, La Rosière Ski Resort is a popular tourist attraction for those seeking winter sports and outdoor activities. With stunning alpine landscapes, it offers a wide range of ski slopes, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and other winter activities.
  • Chapelle Sainte-Catherine: Situated in the village of Le Beuil, Chapelle Sainte-Catherine is a beautiful chapel that dates back to the 17th century. The chapel is known for its unique architecture and picturesque setting, making it a great spot for a peaceful visit or a moment of reflection.
  • Musée de la Montagne: Located in La Rosière, Musée de la Montagne is a mountain museum that showcases the rich cultural and natural heritage of the region. The museum exhibits various artifacts, photographs, and displays that depict the history, flora, fauna, and traditions of the mountains.
  • Mont Blanc: Although a bit farther from La Petite Rosiere, Mont Blanc is one of the most iconic tourist attractions in the region. Situated on the French-Italian border, it is the highest peak in the Alps and offers breathtaking panoramic views. Visitors can enjoy hiking, mountaineering, cable car rides, and even skiing in the surrounding area.
  • Col du Petit Saint-Bernard: A scenic mountain pass located near La Rosière, Col du Petit Saint-Bernard offers stunning views of the surrounding peaks and valleys. The pass has a rich history and was a significant route used by traders and pilgrims. Today, it provides a picturesque drive or cycling route for tourists.
  • Fort de la Redoute Ruins: Situated near La Rosière, the ruins of Fort de la Redoute are a historic attraction. This fortress was built in the 19th century and played a crucial role in protecting the region. Exploring the ruins provides a glimpse into the area's military past and offers beautiful views of the surrounding mountains.
  • Aosta Valley: Located across the Italian border, the Aosta Valley is a stunning destination known for its charming villages, castles, and natural beauty. Visitors can explore the town of Aosta, visit the Roman ruins, or indulge in delicious Italian cuisine. The valley is also renowned for its hiking, skiing, and mountaineering opportunities.
  • Col du Grand Saint Bernard: Another mountain pass near La Petite Rosiere, Col du Grand Saint Bernard connects Switzerland and Italy. It is famous for its hospice and monastery, dating back to the 11th century, which offer a unique glimpse into the region's history and culture. The pass also provides spectacular views and is a popular route for cyclists and hikers. These attractions offer a diverse range of experiences, from winter sports and mountain exploration to cultural heritage and scenic drives.

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