Very nice old city,nice structure,assortment of color . it spectacular to walk,near to any where, Convenient.

Very good restaurants,very good bakery shop!

On the place it amazing,pleasure,smile,considering,service & cleaning are excellent.

Good simple local breakfast.

Posted on Trip-advisor – September 2013


Lets start with the Location – Rosheim is an amazing little town – Charming and Romantic , located in the north of the Alsace wine route , very close to main roads. Peggy the owner is Amazing! she is kind , warm , helpful , Charming and a great baker ( she spoiled us each day with an home made cake ). rooms are very Clean , Big , Quite , and Comfortable .

We will deferentially will come back to this Amazing place

Posted on Trip-advisor – September 2013


A charming and very helpful host – Peggy.A beautiful house in a good central location in Rosheim.Don’t be put off by on street parking it is safe and easy right by the guest house- we had to walk a maximum of 30 metres.We stayed in the La Rose des Sables room which was a good size,comfortable bed with nice bed linen, a free standing cooler fan, two big windows and a balcony overlooking the small garden. Good size bathroom with bath/shower and luxury towels- seperate toilet which is useful.Tea/coffee making facility in the room. Everything furnished and decorated to a high quality standard. Breakfasts not as extensive as elsewhere but certainly adequate and very tasty with home made cakes on some days. Be aware that restaurants in Rosheim close on 1 or 2 days a week so worth checking ahead- not so many there but Petit Auberge and the Pizzeria are both good.Various walks around Rosheim- we went through the vineyards and to the rose garden which is worth a visit.Would definitely stay again when in the area.

Posted on Trip-advisor - August 2013


During our 18 day trip across Europe, La Rose d’Alsace was our favorite accommodation. The room was spacious and comfortable. The location was good, and with a rental car we were able to drive to all of the sights on the Route d’ Vin. We enjoyed most the towns of Hunawihr, Ribeauville, and Riquewihr. They were about a 30 to 40 minute drive from Rosheim. We also enjoyed visiting Strasbourg, which was about 20 minutes from Rosheim. Rosheim itself was fun to walk around and explore, too.

The breakfast featured fresh breads and Alsatian specialties daily along with tea, coffee, orange juice, and yogurt. Our host, the mother of Peggy, was extremely helpful despite the language barrier (we don’t speak French and she didn’t speak English). Although we had a lot of trouble getting the wifi to work, we could tell she tried really hard to help us make it work. Our only complaint was that the wifi was weak.

Posted on Trip-advisor - July 2013