In a few words

In harmony with nature from dusk to dawn, open to the forest and the sky, Bleu Minuit lodges combine elegance and comfort.
Covering an area of 24 m², they include a double bed - two lodges include a campbed for a child -.
They are equipped with a bedroom and bathroom (traditional shower and toilets) as well as a terrace.
In the garden, a sauna and a Patagonian bath offer a wellness break.

The location

Obersteinbach - Bas Rhin (67)
By car: GPS coordinates 49.0360006, 7.6879069000000003
By train: Strasbourg TGV station, then TER to Niederbronn-les-Bains station, 15 km away
Feel free to contact us for details of a local taxi company.

The equipment

Independent room for 1 to 2 persons

Traditional shower and toilets

Sheets and towels provided

Organic body products

Private terrace

Champagne on request

Refreshments, coffee machine, kettle

Baby bed on request at reservation

Hair dryer

Ecological speaker

A unique experience

The first step out of the lodge is already synonymous with escape. The murmur of oak leaves, the scent of mushroom, the silhouette of deers: the forest is an enchanting world. There are countless opportunities for walks in the Vosges du Nord regional natural park and the surrounding area is also crossed by numerous short and long hiking trails.

The Bleu Minuit project is exciting. The relationship with nature, the stars… This perfectly corresponds to the general philosophy of the park, with a real environmental concern in the design of the lodges, the choice of products… The concept is also original with this emphasis on the night skies.

Rita Jacob Bauer, Director of the Vosges du Nord Regional Nature Park

The activities

Wellness, sports, cultural activities, in the heart of nature or gourmet... Discover what to do during your stay!

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The environment at the heart of the project

The concept of Bleu Minuit lodges is part of an eco-sensitive approach where respect for nature is constantly promoted.

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The lodges welcome you from February to December and are closed in January. A lodge is accessible to people with reduced mobility.