Located on the heights of Lapoutroie, 650 meters above sea level, the property of the Girardin family is an old mountain farm dating back to 1814, part of the attic houses the guest room. It has private access.
The guest room can accommodate 3 people.
Classified 3 ears by the Gîtes de France, it is labeled "Panda" by the WWF.
We enter on one level by a terrace.
First there is a large room with a sitting area including a sofa bed, an armchair and a space with a round table and 4 chairs.
A small refrigerator, a piece of furniture containing a minimum of crockery for making hot drinks and a sink area complete the equipment (there are no plans to cook there).
Through this room, we have access to the bathroom equipped with shower and washbasin and a separate toilet.
The access to the bedroom is located at the end of this first room. There is a double bed with bedside tables, a single bed, a large wardrobe, 2 chairs and an armchair.
Breakfast can be served either on site or in the owners' dining room or, if weather permits, on the terrace in front of the house. You can taste breads, jams, honey, yogurts, fruit and homemade apple juice.
The central heating for each room is connected to our own wood pellet heating. Hot water is provided by a solar water heater.
The bed and breakfast does not have, as at home, television. But, Agnès can advise you in the choice of board games that you can borrow among the 300 that we have at home.
Summer and winter, many walks are available from the cottage and bed and breakfast, on foot, bike or cross-country skis.
A marked circuit, about 1h30, during which, thanks to the comments printed on a flyer you will be able to discover the numerous facets of the surrounding nature. An observatory near the cottage, to be on the lookout for wildlife.
Philippe is an amateur beekeeper and has an orchard with about thirty varieties of old apples.
La Gasse is an LPO refuge, that is to say a place where one strives to protect the birds by ensuring the tranquility of the places, in particular during the sensitive periods: nesting and cold weather. In addition, we participate in participatory science programs and spot, during the year, butterflies or bumblebees. You are invited to make these observations with us.