The holiday home "Bellerose" (approx. 70 m2) extends over two floors.
Downstairs is a spacious living area with open kitchen fully equipped incl. cooker, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, toaster, coffee maker, kettle, radio and small counter.
The natural stone floor is equipped with underfloor heating.
Upstairs are two bedrooms and a shower room. One bedroom is equipped with a double bed (1,80x2,00m) and one bedroom with two single beds (0,90x2,00m), which can also be put together. included extras: TV, hairdryer, ironing board, iron, W-LAN (free of charge, on presentation of an identity document), baby cot (on request), bed linen, hand and shower towels as well as bathrobes are included in the price! (1x per stay; for longer stays we can arrange additional cleaning and linen change individually).
The flat is equipped for a maximum of four people.
A parking space is available.
Smoking is not permitted in the holiday home.
Address: rue de Lattenheuer 71, 4852 Hombourg-Plombières, Belgium
Size: 70.0 m², 3 Rooms, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom
Beds: 2 Single beds, 1 Double bed, 1 Couch
Prices: 89EUR - 104EUR / Night
More pricing information:
Price for up to 2 persons:
89,- € / night Sunday to Thursday
94,- € / night Friday and Saturday
+ 45,- € final cleaning (per stay)
additional guests 5,- € / night
Children up to 12 years old: free of charge
15 % discount for a stay of minimum 7 days
35 % discount for a stay of minimum 1 month
minimum stay: 2 nights
What is there to do in the area?
For the curious and culturally adventurous visitor, the diversity of this region holds many possibilities to discover, relax and experience things that interest you. Three countries, each with its own rich cultural heritage, converge to provide lots of choice.
For the outdoor enthusiast the situation of this property means that nature is literally on your doorstep. If you like to walk, jog or hike you can explore the natural surroundings with its paths, woodlands and protected environment. Experienced cyclists will find the hills stimulating and just the challenge for keeping you in peak condition. Each of the surrounding villages has its own unique charm and in the village of Hombourg you’ll find a small brewery, which is typical for this region. In Plombières there is the “Born” family bakery for buying your fresh croissants and patisseries and there are several shops and supermarkets close by. Plombières also boasts 2 Friteries, where you can sample the famous Belgian French fries and a multitude of tasty sauces! On the outskirts of Sippenaeken there is a 27-hole golf course and the village itself has several bars, restaurants and ice-cream parlors. A short drive away you’ll discover the pristine town of Aubel, which is well equipped with shops, bars, and restaurants and is the home of the famous Staessens cider. Continue further and you arrive at the Abbaye de Val Dieu. This is an idyllic tourist attraction where you can visit the ancient Abbaye, dine and sample the distinctive “Val Dieu” Trappist beer. In the summer, there is an entertainment program in the evenings in the grounds of the Abbaye. The provincial city of Liège is about 30 minutes drive and its Sunday flea market is particularly worth a visit.
Across the border you enter into the province of Zuid Limburg. The nearest town is Vaals, a typically vibrant small Dutch town complete with a wide variety of shops, bars and restaurants. There is also a swimming pool nearby. The surrounding villages and hamlets are perfect for that Sunday drive and you’ll find lots of cozy cafes where you can stop for lunch or a drink. A short distance away is the famous spa town of Valkenberg and for wellness enthusiasts this is well worth a visit. The charming provincial town of Maastricht is approximately 30-40 minutes drive from “Maison de Gruenebennet”. Situated on the river Maas it is very cosmopolitan with a wide range of cultural attractions and is a popular place to shop with its many boutiques situated along winding cobbled streets. From Maastricht, you can take a boat ride along the River Maas to Liège, where the river changes its name to “La Meuse”.
At the end of the high street in Vaals you cross the border into Germany and are immediately in the suburbs of the historic medieval town of Aachen (sometimes known by its French name of Aix-la-Chapelle). Aachen is just 12km from the “Maison de Gruenebennet” and here you’ll discover many attractions that are open to the public all year round. A must-see is the famous Aachener Dome (Cathedral), which is a World Heritage Site, the historic City Hall and the surrounding Alt Stadt (old town) center where its many pubs and “ginger bread” attractions invite you to linger. There are several churches and museums to see, excellent restaurants where you can sample local dishes and, as you would expect, extensive shopping areas to explore. Aachen is also famous for its Christmas Market and its extended Carneval celebrations. Each year in June thousands of horse lovers converge on the city for its annual CHIO World Equestrian Festival. All in all, there is a lot to experience starting out from the “Maison de Greunebennet”.
The choice is all yours and we’ll be very happy to assist in whatever way we can.
We look forward to your visit!