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A break in the Belgian Ardennes

Spent quality time with your loved ones in a scenic place

Rent a cottage in the Belgian Ardennes for your Easter holidays

Easter holidays

Looking for a bucolic cottage for your easter holidays?

Allow yourself to be amazed by the beauty of the belgian ardennes. Stay in a big cottage between Semois and Lesse, in the heart of a small village surrounded by forests and yet only 7 km from Bouillon. The region offers numerous activities to spent a few very enjoyable days with your loved ones. Go for a bike ride, have a picnic at the riverbank or follow the trails in to the deep forest. Looking for a thrill? – rent a kayak and let the stream take you on a unique adventure.

Plenty of activities, historical heritage sites and a stunning scenery are awaiting you in the belgian ardennes.

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Numerous ideas to plan your easter holiday

Markets in the area

Visit the weekly thursday morning market at Bouillon. Enjoy the clothing and fresh products in the city center. Browse the flea market or go down to the farmers market to get some local and fresh products on the first sunday of the month.

The sheepfold of Acremont – Acremont

From a sheepfold to cheese, the master cheese maker will share his knowledge with you. Every visit ends with a tasty degustation at the end.
Open every Tuesday and Wednesday from 3pm-5pm during the school holidays. Easter is no exception.

The Castle of Bouillon – Bouillon

Only a short drive form the cottage you will find the castle of Bouillon, which dates back to the eighteenth century and belonged to Godefroy de Bouillon. The castle overlooks the Semois, and hides an entire maze of corridors and vaulted rooms. An absolute must see when you are in the area.