Situated at the very heart of the Parc de l'Orangerie, close to the European institutions and representations, the Buerehiesel enjoys an exceptional setting. Surrounded by ancient trees and lulled by life on the water, it offers a haven of greenery and peace in the heart of the city.
This old Alsatian farm from 1607 was transported to the park piece by piece for the international industrial exhibition of 1895, of which it is the last remaining vestige.
Viviane and Antoine Westermann bought the Buerehiesel in 1970 and transformed the place to build its reputation from strength to strength over the years.
The Buerehiesel is unique in that it transports you into four different worlds. So you can ring the changes and choose the room in which the atmosphere is best suited to your lunch or dinner.
Created in 1989 by the architect Guy Walter, it sets you down amid greenery and flowers at lunchtime or under the stars in the evening. This unique place, in which time seems to hold its breath, can accommodate 40 guests.
Two intimate and discreet places for couples.
The main room
The gentle and hushed atmosphere of this room where the windows overlook the park is to be given a facelift by Guy Walter at the request of Eric Westermann. A subtle play of glass, light, mirrors and greenery will draw the 20 guests into a magical world suspended between inside and outside, past and future.
The small blue room
The sculpted wooden ceiling seems to hover above this luminous room and its pastel blue walls. It seems to have passed through time without a mark and you wouldn't be surprised to glimpse Alsatian couples in traditional costume in the park, at a turn in the path.
All rooms at the Buerehiesel are air-conditioned and no smoking
The summer terrace
When the warm weather returns, the Buerehiesel will open its new summer terrace for lunch and dinner in an atmsphere of enchantment.