Built in 1565 on the eleventh century fortifications surrounding the city, the Hostellerie Le Maréchal typically Alsatian with its renovated, welcomes you in its unique environment where everything is charming, quiet and delicacy.
This building has welcomed within its walls in the late 17th century, Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, Vicomte de Turenne and Marshal of France during a battle in the region near Turckheim. At this time the house was known as the Gasthof zum Schwartzenberg (Inn of the Black Mountains).
Subsequently, the house was owned by a large family and it was not until the early 70s that Mr. Gilbert Bomo had the opportunity to rent the ground floor.
In August 1972 the history of the Maréchal begins with a lovely terrace on the water, a wine cellar and a specialty that will quickly establish the reputation of the restaurant : The Ham on a Spit ... Soon Gilbert Bomo neighborhoods gradually transformthe the house into a hotel with the help of his wife Ingeborg.
Ranked first with 40 three-star rooms the couple upgrade their home into a 4-star hotel with 30 rooms and a gourmet restaurant appreciated by many Gastronomic Guides. Gilbert was a long time Kitchen Chef well-know for specialties such as sauerkraut Bartholdi, a revisited sauerkraut cooked in puff pastry with duck liver ... A life devoted to his home, almost 30 years and in 1999 he decided to sell his house to his brother Roland and his nephew Alexander.
From January the 1st 2000 are Roland and Marianne and Alexander the new owner, they retained all the staff and the philosophy so long cultivated by the founding couple as hospitality, culinary, and know-how.