This holiday house offers you an authentic experience in a charming Ardennes village. With 3 bedrooms and the option of visiting the nearby farm!
Enjoy all that country life has to offer! Soak up the atmosphere of the house, a typical stone building with a wood burning stove in the living room. Ideal for a family stay, the games room provides an area for the little ones and a ping-pong table. Outside, the covered terrace and large courtyard offer a real outdoor living space for everyone... even the dog is welcome here!
Houffalize is a paradise for lovers of wide open spaces and outdoor activities. This is the place to be for mountain bikers (you can rent bikes locally or use the bike shelter if you bring your own). It's also where you can spend a lovely family day out at Houtopia. And you’ll find hiking trails that start directly from the holiday home!
Treat yourself to a truly relaxing stay in this wifi-free holiday home. Disconnect from your devices and reconnect with each other!
Visit the farm! On request, after 6pm, the owners will show you round their farm and let you meet their animals. It’s guaranteed to be a highlight of your family holiday! And for your taste buds, enjoy local produce straight from the farm’s own butcher.
Remark : Courtyard shared with other cottages.
|As quiet as it gets
Absolute peace and quiet, house is located on the countryside, in the middle of nature, in a small hamlet, in a calm dead-end street,…
The house is located in a small village, you might hear sounds typical to the countryside, or some children playing outside,…
You will find yourself in a village centre, next to a road without constant traffic, you might hear the neighbours or farmers in the area,…
|Average noise level
A busy road passes next to the house, traffic sound is ubiquitous.
|High noise level
The house is located in the city centre, right next to a busy national road or close to the highway, at a crossroads, traffic sound is constant.
The Ardennes was also a strategic region during the two world wars. This past is nowadays valorised in museums and other marked-out walks."