Pros: Splendid location, comfortable rooms, friendly hostess and a very good cook.
When visiting Alle, Auberge d'Alle is a great choice to consider. For a bite to eat, guests can check out Restaurant, which serves Belgian cuisine and is open for dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and room service.
Pros: Nicely run hotel by enthousiast and friendly hosts. All according to expectations and neat hotel in the middle of a quiet and small village surrounded by typical Ardennes woods. Cuisine is lovely and ...
Pros: Excellent hosts, Guido the owner is a superb chef & the hotel is set in a beautiful rural location.
Pros: The food served was excellent, The owners,Caroline and Guido, were most obliging and very helpful.
Cons: Having to come home
Pros: Location and tranquility
Enjoy your visit to Orchimont with a stay at Auberge Saint Martin. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out Auberge Saint Martin, one of 2 restaurants, which serves French cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms offer flat-screen TVs and rainfall showerheads.
This hotel is located in the heart of the Ardennes, on the banks of the Semois River. The center of the city with its local bars is within walking distance. Fief De Liboichant offers rooms with a private bathroom. They have a view of the river or on the forest. An extensive breakfast buffet is available in the morning. There is a terrace, garden and veranda to relax during the day. The restaurant serves gourmet cuisine. Fief De Liboichant provides easy access to beautiful walking paths and hiking routes.
Pros: Dinner was amazing, top quality cuisine. Lovely chalets. Great location. Friendly staff.
Cons: Breakfast pales a bit in comparison to dinner in terms of quality.
Pros: Friendly staff, brilliant twisty roads on the doorstep, a good couple of restaurants within walking distance.
Cons: Been staying here a few times over the years and have always been able to park our motorcycles in the garage but not this year so that may mean we will not use again!
Pros: The chalets are well built & located by a running stream of water in the middle of the forest, which makes it magical for a relaxing time. Great restaurant with vegetarian & vegan options.
Pros: comfortable, good restaurant, lovely location
Pros: We asked for not too s alted food and the management gladly complied
Pros: They got a prize for the best hotel restaurant in Belgium, this was also the reason for my return visit
Pros: Friendly, helpful staff, effort to make a lovely ambiance in the evening with candles and big log fire, lovely location.
Cons: Absolutely nothing.
Pros: The bed was very comfortable and my room looked out onto the little river and chalets. It was charming. Breakfast was plentiful. It is a well run hotel with old charm.
Cons: The coffee could have been better.
Pros: Breakfast was great, really nice local hams and cheeses and the most delicious bread..
Cons: Nothing.. remember this is a 3 star rural, family hotel
When visiting Vresse-sur-Semois, Hotel L'Eau Vive is a great choice to consider. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. Other highlights include a terrace and a garden.
Pros: Traditional old building with lots of character and peaceful gardens to enjoy an evening beer or two. Accommodating with a packed up breakfast because of an early start.
Cons: When I was there end of June 2017 there were no evening meals. Had to travel to a village 2km away. But had no problems.
Pros: Peaceful location. Helpful owner.
Pros: Breakfast was very charming - set in an old-fashioned and jaded Ardennes room, but very likeable. The hotel has certainly seen its best days, meals other than breakfast are not available. The interior...
Cons: The rooms and bathrooms could do with an overhaul - but we didn´t really mind, it suits the character of the hotel!
Pros: - the location, the calm.. - the breakfast
Cons: - staff seems not to have booked any room for us... had to check if any room was free still - our room (N1) had a constant smell of decay... almost impossible to sleep
Pros: This is a country inn in a bit of a time-warp. Yes, some reviewers will find faults, but we found it had an eccentric rustic charm. A delightful owner who doesn't speak English, but makes one feel...
Pros: - Friendly owner and hostess - Nice room in old typical Ardenne house with excellent new beds and bathroom. - Very good continental breakfast - Walking distance from Beautiful Rochehaut.
Cons: No WiFi in the room, but good WiFi in the cosy bar with fireplace.
Pros: Nice, cosy hotel and probably in summer time a very pleasant place to stay. Good breakfast.
Cons: Hotel is 2 km away from Rochehaut and does not serve dinner. During foggy evenings driving from hotel to Rochehaut is not easy.
Pros: A reasonable breakfast with the possibility of having a fresh omelette or an orange juice at not extra cost The owner was lovely and very friendly. A lovely setting but in the middle of nowhere which...
Cons: Shower unit was small and the bathroom cold. The toilet was noisy because of the evacuation system.
Pros: Alles was in orde
Cons: alles ok
Pros: The peace & quiet of the surroundings. The breakfast was delicious as well.
Cons: The beds were a bit dated but still comfortable. Also, use the GPS coordinates as it is located out of town and a wee bit hard to find.
Located 0.6 miles from the banks of the Semois River, the Auberge is set on a hill overlooking the Belgian Ardennes. It features a large garden, and free Wi-Fi in public areas. Rooms at the Auberge Au Naturel des Ardennes are decorated in a mix of classic and rustic styles. They all come with a seating area and include a private bathroom equipped with either a bath or shower. Guests can relax in the garden. The owners can help guests to arrange a variety of activities, such as hiking, fishing, kayaking and cycling. The property is located 1.2 miles from the center of Rochehaut and 9.9 miles from the Castle of Bouillon and Sedan. Free private parking is provided.
Pros: Bed was super... Location... Marvellous in a wood next to a silent road... Very idyllic.
Cons: We got a shower, on the site a bathtub was mentioned. When we asked for a bathtub the owner gladly would switched the room. For us it wasn't necessary anymore.. But they are very thoughtful and ...
Pros: Lovely garden Great food - dinner and breakfast Nice room
Cons: There are small things that could be improved, a shower curtain, some more hooks for clothes in the bathroom, a waste basket in the main room.
Cons: WE WERE THE ONLY GUESTS. BARE FLOORS IN BEDROOM, NO TV. VERY LITTLE CHOICE FOR DINNER. VERY DUSTY AROUND THE BED.
When visiting Vresse-sur-Semois, Le Moulin Simonis is a great choice to consider. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and the restaurant is the perfect spot to grab a bite to eat.
Pros: has a nice days, with nice dogs!!! we arrived at night ( late ) and was ok!!
Pros: Lovely location in a beautiful river valley. Lots of hiking opportunities. Good breakfast and a friendly host.
Cons: Comfortable room if a bit basic.
Pros: A place full of character and charm .set in a great location .
Cons: To leave.
Surrounded by nature in Vresse-sur-Semois, B&B Theo Lognard offers guest rooms with free WiFi, a free outdoor swimming pool, a spacious garden with free barbecue facilities and a children’s playground. Guests can rent a bicycle to discover the countryside or Bohan Forest. Each room at the Lognard is fitted with hardwood flooring and a private bathroom with a shower and a toilet. They feature garden views, and some rooms have a terrace with pool view. In Laforêt Village, where B&B Theo Lognard is located, you can find several small shops and restaurants. The bed and breakfast can prepare special menus and packed lunches on request. Guests can relax in the living room, watch TV or play a free game of billiards or darts. Outside activities in the area around the Lognard include fishing, horse riding and canoeing. Bouillon is 17.4 miles from this B&B. The architectural city of Charleville-Mézières is a 15.5 miles drive. Free private parking facilities are provided at the bed and breakfast.
Pros: I liked the whole style of the location and the castle liked building. When you approach it looks like a castle from a fantasy movie Brilliant. The family that own and run it are so friendly and ...
Cons: There wasn't anything to not like.
Enjoy your visit to Alle-sur-Semois with a stay at Hostellerie la Sapinière. Guests looking for a bite to eat can check out the restaurant, and the bar/lounge is the perfect spot to grab a drink at the end of the day. There's a garden, and rooms offer room service and premium bedding.