Gîte “Charles Spindler” (for up to 6 pers.)
This gîte has an entrance, a kitchen, a bathroom with a bathtub, toilets, two bedrooms and a living room.
The first bedroom, called the Swan room, has two separate beds (90×190), one large closet, a table and two armchairs.
*It is possible to add an extra bed.
The second bedroom has a double bed (140 x 190), a table and a wash basin.
The living room has a table and chairs for your meals and a comfortable sofa bed (with a bed 140 x 190), armchairs and closets.
• Per night : from 120€
• Per week : from 300€
Prices depend on the season :
• 400€/week (French holidays: Toussaint, Eastern and Winter)
• 480€/semaine (December and from mid-June to mid-September)
(Born, March 11, 1865 in Boersch and dead on March 3, 1938 in Saint Leonard)
Charles Spindler is a painter, drawer, photographer, writer and cabinet maker.
In 1882 he gets a scholarship and goes to study in Düsseldorf, Munich and Berlin until 1888.
After 1893 he re-discovers the cabinet makers’ techniques. He uses this craft to a new level, making real scenes and true works of art instead of simple decorative elements.
The Alsace landscape, villages and people have given him a wide inspiration. He draws or photographs scenes in the villages and later he makes his pictures using many different woods from these images.