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  • This apartment is in a beautifully converted chateau, we were really impressed w ...
    5 of 5

    This apartment is in a beautifully converted chateau, we were really impressed with the quality of everything, it all looked built to last, nothing done on the cheap, and quite a spectacular range of kitchen equipment (dishwasher, deep fat fryer, pressure cooker, loads and loads of crockery, there was more stuff than we have at home!). A lot has been achieved in a relatively small space and it never felt cramped. The spiral staircase helped - it wouldn't suit anyone unsteady on their feet but we loved it, it added character. We got a really warm welcome when we arrived, as well as a helpful selection of maps and guides which we made good use of. I wished we had brought our bicycles as this area is really well set-up for cycling with various green ways linking the towns and villages. Things to be aware of - WiFi was pretty much non-existent in the apartment itself you can usually get it in the communal courtyard where there are tables and chairs set up, but does occasionally drop off there too. Also, the building is right opposite an enormous church whose bells will wake you at 7am without fail each day. In the unlikely event that you manage to sleep through that, the eight o'clock bongs (91 in total, I counted) will finish the job. One for the early risers!

    Stayed: Aug 2017
  • Tranquil setting within easy distance of many interesting towns, castles and abbeys
    5 of 5

    The owners are very friendly and welcoming. The gite has everything needed, and is well furnished, with a well-equipped kitchen leading onto a secluded, peaceful garden, which is great for dining outside and catches the sun for much of the day. Lots of children's activities in the garden, swing, slide and sandpit, as well as bikes provided, table tennis table, table football and even an outdoor pool (unheated, so only really suitable for very hot days, unless very brave!) The local area is quiet, with little English spoken, so some French would be very useful. Nearby are many different towns to visit, as well as castles and abbeys, caves and steam trains, eg pretty Dinant and the Chateau de Veves. There is one restaurant in the village, with more in nearby Florennes, as well as quite a few supermarkets to choose from in the surrounding areas. Be aware that quite a few places don't take Visa or Mastercard, so carry cash. Definitely recommended for a peaceful get-away.

    Stayed: Jul 2017