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Maison Louise Scheppler




"The Louise Scheppler holiday home was left to Strasbourg-Neuhof-Stockfeld parish in 1966 by Pastor W. Muller. The former Neuhof parishioner was known for his social sense and he requested that the house be provided to the elderly, meetings and holidays for parish members and especially young people. ​,The farmhouse built on a hillside in 1830 lies in a sun-soaked location on the edge of the forest. The large dining room seats up to fifty, the veranda at the back of the house is ideal for getting together outside in summer. The house provides bedroom accommodation with 2, 3 or 4 beds plus a dormitory sleeping 5, 6 or 12 guests. In total, it sleeps 42 people. The equipped kitchen (utensils and crockery provided) is available for self-catering." View map


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