An old mill on the banks of the Moder in northern Alsace, the passion for writing and books, the desire to build a project for two, it was enough to give life to this place qu'Alphonse Daudet n he would not have denied the lover of Alsace, which he surveyed in 1865 and which he described as "one of his most beautiful travel memories" in Les Contes du Mondays. Daudet, but also Colette, Jules Verne, Molière and Cocteau have inspired our five charming guest rooms imagined as so many cabinets of curiosities to surprise you and amaze you. Old papers, antique furniture, objects and ancient books mingle with happiness to recreate the universe of the writer, his time and his work. To sleep or find yourself quiet in the heart of Alsace, go green with family, colleagues or friends, and, why not, for moments of reading or writing at a workshop, push the door of our spaces of life, meetings and creation. Jules-Verne Room An old trunk, an explorer's helmet, a magic lantern ... With his office red as the percaline books of his friend Hetzel, the room Jules Verne embarks you for immobile Voyages but Extraordinary in the world of a writer abounding, passionate about progress!