This renovated former mill house in Saint-Hubert can easily accommodate 14 people and it is the perfect place for your group holiday in the Ardennes.
The building has been renovated and divided into three holiday homes. This 4 star cottage will delight you with its warm interior. Featuring six bedrooms and six bathrooms, here you will find everything that your group needs for a pleasant stay in the Ardennes. The owners have managed to keep the original style while renovating and equipping the cottage with modern comforts. You'll enjoy a sauna and an Internet connection. The meeting room is perfect to accommodate a business group, not just a family or group of friends. In the garden and terrace, you can enjoy beautiful moments outdoor anytime.
Located in a green setting close to the town of Saint-Hubert, in the province of Luxembourg, there are many possibilities for walks nearby. Just 10 metres from the holiday home there is a river, and you will find the woods 500m away.
Furthermore, the Domain of the Han Caves and the Celtic Museum are also worth a visit.
This charming cottage offers all the necessary modern comforts for an unforgettable stay.
The private garden is not very big but you also have access to a large communal garden.
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."