La Maison des Tetes

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In the heart of the town, between the Dominican Church and the Unterlinden Museum, is located one of the most beautiful and most representative houses of Colmar.


A part of this magnificent 17th century house is built in the ancient ditch of the surrounding walls.

Since 1898, la Maison des Tetes has been a restaurant and a meeting-place. Nearly 100 years later, Carmen and Marc Rohfritsch offer you a wonderful break in a hotel full of the local atmosphere. The 18 rooms will enchant you and ensure your stay will be memorable. Their rooms are all equipped with Colour TV, direct telephone, mini-bar, individual safe. There are pedestrian zones and touristic sites nearby.

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La Maison des Tetes
19, rue des Tetes
Colmar F-68000
France

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