The season for this holiday is:
01 April 2023 - 12 October 2023
01 April 2024 - 12 October 2024
2 nights: 01 April 2023 - 12 October 2023 & 01 April 2024 - 12 October 2024
Start any day | End by latest date(s) shown above
|1 - 29 Apr 2023||£195||£145|
|30 Apr - 13 Jul 2023||£215||£185|
|14 Jul - 29 Aug 2023||£195||£145|
|30 Aug - 10 Oct 2023||£215||£185|
|1 - 29 Apr 2024||£215||£160|
|30 Apr - 13 Jul 2024||£240||£205|
|14 Jul - 29 Aug 2024||£215||£160|
|30 Aug - 10 Oct 2024||£240||£205|
|3rd & 4th person discount||-£20 to -£22|
|Single traveller supplement||£20 to £22|
Price per person based on 2 sharing. Includes accommodation, meals and travel to the hotel as described.
Prices may be different if you are not arranging your transfers for your main holiday through Inntravel or have your own car; please contact us for a quotation.
Room upgrades (£ per person per night)
|Grand Hotel Bristol, Colmar|
|Deluxe: 01 Apr - 12 Oct 2023||£26|
|Deluxe: 01 Apr - 12 Oct 2024||£29|
|Superior: 01 Apr - 12 Oct 2023||£14|
|Superior: 01 Apr - 12 Oct 2024||£15|
Extra nights (£ per person per night) in a double or single room
|Grand Hotel Bristol, Colmar (B&B)||Double room||Single room|
|01 Apr - 29 Apr 2023||£64||£124|
|30 Apr - 13 Jul 2023||£78||£148|
|14 Jul - 29 Aug 2023||£64||£124|
|30 Aug - 12 Oct 2023||£78||£148|
|01 Apr - 29 Apr 2024||£70||£136|
|30 Apr - 13 Jul 2024||£86||£163|
|14 Jul - 29 Aug 2024||£70||£136|
|30 Aug - 12 Oct 2024||£86||£163|
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The walking was well paced but the structure of the days with two nights at several hotels meant there were options to either miss a day or to do longer or shorter versions of the walks, which was great. We extended the Turkheim loop up to Auberge Obschel, the Kaysersberg loop to take in Koenigsstuhl and the Bergheim loop to include a (strenuous) walk up to Chateau Haut Koenigsbourg. The top of Koenigsstuhl (where you join the GR5 long distance path for a while) is a carpet of Myrtille and you can forage for the berries. The walk up to Galtz was also a highlight. Of the towns and villages, being in Bergheim for the Fete Nationale and the Bal de Pompiers was excellent. It is definitely worth booking ahead for restaurants as different places have different days when they are closed, so it would have been difficult to find dinner in Turckheim on Sunday and Monday had we not booked ahead, and was difficult in Bergheim when we didn't.
The restaurant recommendations in the itinerary were good with l'Alchemille in Kaysersberg being particularly interesting. L'Autrefois in Turckheim is worth adding. In Colmar we ate at L'Atelier du Peintre which was excellent and at A l'Echevin in the Hotel Le Marechal which has a terrace overlooking the river, which was perfect for Sunday lunch. We'd recommend both for the guide.
INNTRAVEL NOTE: These customers combined our walk Castles, Vines & Forests of Alsace with our Colmar add-on
We loved our walking holiday in Alsace. A beautiful and friendly part of France with challenging walks, great views and vistas and fabulous food and wine at the end of each day. Weather was gorgeous, paths were usually well waymarked and the routes thoroughly enjoyable. The villages and towns are simply beautiful and the landscape stunning. we enjoyed the add on to Colmar and a chance to explore this lovely small city, its streets and fabulous museum too.
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