The village of Lasauvage lies dreamily in a valley on the border with France, so inconspicuous and yet rich in history. The village is named after a mystical wild woman who is said to have lived in nature in the area, spending her life in the wilderness. So rest assured: The Minett Trail "Kabaischen" in Lasauvage, located directly above the Crosnière river, is certainly more comfortable than life in the woods.
This "Kabaischen" created as part of the hiking trail is, like its 10 siblings, also a converted historical building. This former workers' house has been transformed into a two-storey "Kabaischen" by the architect Anouk Pesch; A large common room ensures more exchange between like-minded hikers and other guests. The interior is divided into three separate rooms; a single bed room ("Hekate") on the ground floor and a room for three ("Morgan Le Fay") and four guests ("Marie Laveau") on the first floor. All rooms have a direct view of one of two frescoes that were decorated as an art facility in the "Kabaischen". In addition, they all have their own bathroom. A shared kitchen completes the package. A total of eight beds are available.
During the work, attention was paid to ecological materials and circular economy: The outer wall insulation is guaranteed by wood fiber panels, which are attached with clay plaster.
The new interior walls and ceilings consist of untreated solid wood elements. All suggested building materials are renewable raw materials, which can also be easily reused due to their processing and mechanical fastening.