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During the Middle Ages the Château d’Isenbourg was the cherished home of the prince bishops of Strasbourg and was more recently owned by wealthy wine-growers. On the hillside above the town of Rouffach, the château is still surrounded by its own vineyards. There are forty-one bedrooms, nine of which are modern additions that overlook either the vineyards, the wide plain of Alsace, or the castle park. The guestrooms are classified and priced as classic, traditional, deluxe, and superior. In the last three categories the rooms are attractive, the differences being in size of room, luxury of bathroom, location, and view. Room 3 (traditional) is a very handsome room on the ground floor in a decor of reds that overlooks the park; room 17 (deluxe) is a beautiful, spacious corner room with an expanse of window overlooking the front garden; room 2, (also deluxe) quite spacious, enjoys an expanse of terrace and overlooks the pool, and room 12 (superior) is a pretty twin-bedded room in shades of blue that looks out over the town. Classic rooms, located in the Pavillon, are smaller, more basic in decor, and are not air-conditioned. You can savor a delicious meal and fine Alsatian wines appropriately in the vaulted 14th-century wine cellar or on the enclosed panoramic terrace.