Pros: The owner is amazing! The breakfast was fantastic! Very good experience as such.
Located in Paliseul, B&B Des Bois Sans Nombre features a garden and offers rooms with a balcony and free WiFi. Guests benefit from on-site private parking free of charge. Rooms at B&B Des Bois Sans Nombre comprise a seating area with cable TV, a minibar, a fridge and tea and coffee making facilities. They all include a private bathroom fitted with a bathtub or a shower and a hairdryer. Breakfast is served every morning in the common breakfast room. There is an array of cafés, supermarkets and restaurants serving regional cuisine in the centre of Bouillon, 9.3 miles from the accommodation. Many outdoor activities including hiking, nordic walking, cycling and fishing can be enjoyed in the green surroundings of the bed and breakfast. Arlon is 45 minutes' drive away and Namur with its Citadel is a 50-minute drive away.
Pros: Great room fantastic food and hosts who went above and beyond making us feel really welcome
Pros: Excellent Boutique hotel near Bouillon with modern room and refind breakfast.
Cons: Will go back to search...
Pros: The suite was lovely, cool design and very large comfortable bed. Wonderful bath! The dinner at the restaurant was amazing, real treat (and very reasonably priced). Gorgeous wine too.
Pros: We stayed in the building just behind the main one. Lovely room - new or recently refurbished and very clean. We weren't unfortunately able to stay for dinner but had a great breakfast.
Pros: We had a wonderful time. Hotel is lovely, nice breakfast and would definitely recommend and visit again. Trains are not a problem as we could hardly hear them.
Pros: Small and charming with very good food for diner and nice breakfast
Cons: The bathroom did not have a light switch so if you went to the toilet in the middle of the night all the lights came on - they were on a timer that took a long time to go out. The lights were very ...
When visiting Paliseul, Hostellerie l'Authentique is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Hostellerie l'Authentique, which serves French cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer plasma TVs and minibars.
Pros: Friendly and helpful hosts, great breakfast. The place has a lot of eccentric charm- our room was a former animal barn, trough still present! It is off the beaten path, in a farm town in the Ardennes...
Pros: Great place for kids! Nice rooms and toys to play with.
Pros: Owners are super nice! Prepared gluten free breakfast for my girlfriend, breakfast was super, with products from the area. Zimmer is really big.
Pros: Parents of owner who took care of everything. (Owner was absent during our stay). Walking/topo maps we could use. Delicious breakfast. Spacious room.
Cons: It is not anything we disliked. It is more of a remark that the owners are still working on the details to finish the rooms/house.
Pros: Staff were friendly. Nice beers. Room clean and comfortable.
Cons: Would have been nice to have a microwave or some crockery in the room to eat my own food but I understand it is a restaurant as well so they want people to eat in the restaurant.
Pros: Room excellent
Cons: Be aware to check breakfast arrangements. We did not book it it said 70euros on our print. However when we checked out the owner was adamant we booked it. Customer friendliness was non exsisting and ...
Pros: Nice smart accommodation. Quality of dinner. Friendly staff.
Cons: Expensive food. Very expensive wine (cheapest bottle €25). It's a nice restaurant and the food was great. No economic option though.
Pros: The food in the bar and restaurant was excellent. Homemade sauces were a joy. Breakfast simple and good. Our room had two double beds and the bathroom was very nice also.
Auberge Le Temps des Saveurs is a great choice for a stay in Paliseul. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Le Temps des Saveurs, which serves Belgian cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and premium bedding.
Pros: Super comfy bed and quality bedlinen. Slightly quirky but all the better for that.
Cons: Quite remote. If you didn't know the area, or have a car, you might be stuck for something to eat out of season.
Pros: Lovely staff and really dog friendly, highly recommend
Pros: Nice spacious rooms Wonderful bar area with soft furnishings - like out of a 1930s film setting. Nice views and in really nice countryside
Cons: No restaurant in the village. The room doors can only be opened from the inside with the key - This wouldn't be allowed by fire safety regulations in many countries, and you therefore can't ...
Pros: Lovely rural location beautifully run hotel. Some lovely paintings and furnishings.
Cons: Couldn't fault
Pros: Location, type of hotel and its owners
Cons: Unappropiate bed blanket for summer weather
Cons: There were dîners served in the restaurant, which seems strange for a hotel. This was a real drawback.
Pros: Friendly multilingual host
Cons: No evening meal and remote location made finding somewhere difficult
Pros: Bar and restaurant are nicely decorated and comfortable. Pleasant view.
Cons: Service was very poor, no staff at breakfast. Room was cold with no way to turn the heating up or down. There was no internet service. Restaurant expensive.
Pros: Staff is very friendly and helpful. Did not eat there, so will not know about the food, but the room is VERY spacious and comfortable
Pros: The building itself is fine, with good-sized clean, comfortable rooms. Pet friendly, but see note under what I didn't like.
Cons: They don't seem to understand customer service. The most important thing is that if you don't book half-board in advance, you will not get an evening meal under any circumstances! We had said ...
Pros: Nice looking old style charm. Large dining areas and cosy bar. Gastonomic dinner was excellent.
Cons: Hotel felt cold in areas. No shower curtain in slippery bath. Had to open toilet resevoir to fix it.Mimimal lighting in room. Minimal Staff (2). Was way too expensive @ 127 Euros even with a balcony with wooden floor that was green with algae, so also slippery. Matress also needed re-newing. There are much better hotels for around 80 Euros, especially the PIP Magraff in St. Vith. ( Best this Year.! )
Pros: the food is really first class,and the welcome excellent