Pros: Everything was perfect. Very friendly welcome (lovely local beer was offered). Great corner room with view of the church and the village) Enjoyed a very nice vegetarian dinner and breakfast the ...
Pros: Cute room, super friendly owners, incredibly charming B&B, nice breakfast with local products.
Pros: The staff was extremely nice. The town of Redu and it's people are lovely.
Pros: located in the center of a charming small village, very quiet and comfortable ,very friendly host and delicious breakfast.
Pros: Notning not to like. Very friendly owners, huge room, comfortable bed, location in the very centre of the village. And the nearest bookstore is downstairs. As a side note: I was negatively ...
Pros: Perfect location, friendly and welcoming owners and lovely breakfast. Couldn´t be better. Such a beautiful village. Simply enjoyable! Do not have to hesitate to book this one :-)
Pros: Nice welcome and nice breakfast Good value for money
Pros: Really in the center of Redu - overlooking the village church. Nicely decorated (ethnic/african style). And books everywhere (quite normal as it is located in the 'village du livre'). ...
Cons: Dead insects on the floor but otherwise quite clean.
Showcasing a terrace and views of the mountains, La Reduiste is located in Redu in the region of Luxembourg Belgique, just 27 miles from Durbuy. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Free WiFi is featured throughout the property and free private parking is available on site. Certain units have a sitting area for your convenience. All rooms are fitted with a private bathroom. There is a shared lounge at the property. La-Roche-en-Ardenne is 22 miles from La Reduiste, and Bouillon is 15 miles from the property. Brussels South Airport is 44 miles away.
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: Nice staff and patron, comfortable lovely place
Cons: I loved everything
Pros: A good hotel which I have used previously.
Pros: The hotel 'Le Fournil' is in the centre of the very small, nice village Redu, that's known for his second hands books stores. During the year there are a few events and we like to go once ...
Cons: It was a little bit difficult to have nice hot water in the shower, it was too hot.
Pros: Wonderful little town. Great cafe with hotel.
Pros: Everything as promised and more.
Cons: Nothing I can think of.
Pros: Located in a beautiful little village not far from the highway. Clean comfortable room with excellent water pressure and warm water. Good heater. Close to 4 restaurants.
Cons: Was a little noisy above the restaurant. We tend to go to bed early (10ish).
Pros: Fantastic restaurant, great tasting food, lovely wine
Cons: No car park
Pros: A last minute booking and didn't arrive until nearly 10pm but that was no issue for the staff, I was too late for the restaurant which was a shame as the smells from the kitchen made me salivate. ...
Pros: Quiet location, relaxed atmosphere, great price,
Cons: TV didn't work, we were in the off season and there was nothing to do within walking distance: Only 1 gastro bar/restaurant in the town open, no buses to nearby towns
Pros: Comfy and luxurious room. The espresso machine inside the room is just great!
When visiting Libin, Hôtel Le Fournil is a great choice to consider. The brewpub is a great place to grab a drink, and guests looking for a bite to eat can check out salle etable et Fournil, which serves Belgian cuisine and is open for lunch and dinner. Other highlights include a terrace, and rooms offer LCD TVs and minibars.
Pros: Great location in the center of town. Staff was very helpful and breakfast was nice.
Cons: Bed was OK.
Pros: The staff is exceptionally friendly, The rooms are spacious and clean.
Cons: No air-conditioning not even a small fan was supplied in the room. No refreshments (tea/coffee) in the rooms, no mini fridge. no 24 hour reception.
Pros: The location: in the center of Wellin, parking in front of the hotel, everything nearby. The hotel restaurant was great! The staff was super friendly.
Cons: The wifi stopped working on the first floor on our second night. Breakfast was rather limited although the pistolets were delicious. A little fridge in the room would have been handy. 198 euro for a ...
Pros: The furnishings and decor were very pleasant and the bedrooms are huge. The staff were extremely friendly and obliging. The location is perfect and the village and surrounds are very pretty indeed.
Cons: The bed was a bit soft for my taste, the hotel lacked air conditioning and could be bit loud in the early evening with the windows open. The wifi was a bit spotty.
Pros: This was accommodation that was excellent in every way, from the owner's welcome, our room, the lighting, the quiet location in the heart of the countryside, the superb cooking - you name it! This...
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