Accommodation capacity
4 - 6 people


74m² Duplex



The apartment

Capacity: 4 people
Bathroom: 1 (shower)
Separate WC : 2
Bedroom: 2
Beds : 2 (2×2 beds 80 x 200)
Sofa-bed: 1 (160 x 200)
Animal on site: Certain animals
Equipped kitchen
Air-conditioned accommodation

Equipment & services

wireless Internet
Television in the living room
Air conditioner
Hair dryer
Linen – Bath towels
End of stay cleaning

Arrival and departure

Arrival: 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Departure: 11:00
Protestant physician, pastor and theologian, philosopher and musician, Nobel Peace Prize winner in 1952

Albert Schweitzer (Ludwig Philipp Albert Schweitzer), born January 14, 1875 in Kaysersberg (Alsace-Lorraine), died September 4, 1965 in Lambaréné (Gabon).

The hospital he developed in the equatorial forest on the banks of the River Ogooué from 1913 made him known the world over. In 1952, the award of the Nobel Peace Prize brought him recognition and considerable media visibility.
A key figure of the 20th century and a “universal man”, he is also an emblematic figure of Alsace, liberal theology and admirers of Johann Sebastian Bach. He is sometimes seen as a precursor of humanitarian action, ecology, anti-speciesism and nuclear disarmament.