Dating back to 1844, this characteristic coach house was single-handedly converted into a charming Inn by Father Boigelot. Guests benefit from a private car park which includes motorbike and bicycle storage, free WiFi and on request, gluten-free meals can be provided. Everything about this Inn reflects romance – from its location in the picturesque Ardennes village, to the snug rooms, beautiful garden-front terrace in the summer and cosy roaring fire in the winter. The direct surroundings offer a number of marked forest walking paths and the opportunity to enjoy alpine and cross country skiing and sledding in the winter. Father Boigelot takes pleasure in doing the cooking himself, using only the freshest of ingredients from his own garden and local surroundings. He offers gastronomic weekends as well as half-board arrangements. Guests are welcomed in Dutch, French, German and English.
Restaurant was good. Friendly staff. Plenty of Parking places.
Surcharges for egg and orange juice at the breakfast. No TV in the hotel room.
Very nice, quiet place. Friendly staff.
Little bit hungrily basic breakfast.
Compliments to the chef. The food in the restaurant was excellent.
Quiet village location, with great views out of all windows; excellent food direct from the hotel and region; all bread baked directly on premises; the hotel's own eggs and myrtle jam could be bought and taken home; quiet village atmosphere; easy to access many sights in the area from hotel; secure parking; pristine grounds.
The interior decoration was a bit tired upstairs, the hall light did not stay on long enough to reach door; no TV in one of the rooms. However, none of this spoilt the feeling of welcome and the overall stay.
quiet, clean, friendly
minor gripe that it was further out of the town than expected, but this was not a problem.