This very nice holiday cottage was built in 2011. Subtly combining the warmth of wood with a modern decoration, it also offers an excellent level of comfort.
This holiday home features four bedrooms and one bathroom. It has been designed to accommodate up to eight people.
The outdoor amenities, starting with the covered and heated terrace and the sauna, will enhance your stay; while the carefully chosen quality bedding guarantees a good night's sleep. Designed with noble and ecological materials, every detail has been thought out to make your stay both relaxing and interesting.
The available large garden is fully screened and features a swing for the enjoyment of your little ones.
Located in a green setting, this beautiful holiday chalet in the Belgian Ardennes is an excellent starting point to visit the region.
Would you like to combine relaxation, sauna and a stay in the Ardennes? All set in a dreamy green environment? Everything is waiting for you in this wonderful holiday cottage in Dochamps.
The sauna is accessible all year round.
This house is primarily intended for family groups. Non-family groups may nevertheless be allowed, subject to the acceptation of the owner and with a possible additional guarantee.
It is not allowed to organise student parties, bachelor parties, drinking parties,…
Pets not allowed
|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."