The Château du Liebfrauenberg
Come and enjoy idyllic Alsace.
Set in the heart of the Regional Park of the Northern Vosges, with good road, rail and air links, the Château du Liebfrauenberg is well equipped to serve your conference and your holiday stays with quality facilities, and friendly, efficient staff.
The Château du Liebfrauenberg offers a spectacular view on the Rhine Valley and Black Forest and it stays open throughout the whole year.
Experience the charm of the old Franciscan monastery from the 14th century, which is situated in a rich historic area near the medieval town of Strasbourg.
Here you can just relax and forget the time.
The whole centre is accessible for guests with disabilities.
Since early Christianity the Liebfrauenberg has been a place of pilgrimage dedicated to Our Lady (Liebfrauenberg). In the fourteenth century a chapel was erected which was later on transformed into a church and demolished during the Protestant Reformation in 1579.
In the eighteenth century, it was rebuilt and the Liebfrauenberg became a Franciscan monastery until the French Revolution in 1789.
In the nineteenth century the whole complex was transformed into a manor house by the famous chemist Jean-Baptiste Boussingault.
Acquired by the Protestant Church in Alsace and Lorraine in 1954, the estate was restored and converted into conference centre and retreat house.
We propose our own activity program as well as spiritual accompanying.
WHAT WE OFFER:
In the main building
59 single or double rooms for a total occupancy to 94 people.
In the youth house
In the Pavillon
OUR seminar rooms:
– 8 conference rooms for 10 to 120 people. (including 3 with piano)
The conference rooms can be equipped according to your wishes. All meeting rooms are equipped with free Wi-Fi.
We are proud off our excellent cuisine. Let yourself be pampered with Alsatian food prepared by our chefs and taste the French touch. Of course, part of our service friendly service and request Flammkuchen-, raclette or barbecues.
Chapel for prayer and meditation with a concert organ (Kern, Strasbourg)
– Walking in the Northern Vosges
– The Fleckenstein castle
– The Four à Chaux, the fortress of the Maginot Line in Lembach
– The vineyards Cléebourg
– The French Petroleum Museum
– Soufflenheim and Betschdorf poteries
– Wissembourg, old medieval city at the german-french border
– The famous Spa Baden-Baden just over the Rhine on the German side.