Maison de village en pierres du pays, complètement restaurée, avec terrasse couverte et jardin, située en fin de route en cul de sac. Environnement très calme et champêtre propice à la randonnée ou au VTT. Belle nature. Proche de Givet, de la Voie Verte, des restaurants, du centre commercial et d'installations sportives (piscine, tennis). A seulement quelques km de la frontière belge.
“Great stay! The neighbor is very warm. The house is very clean, everything we needed was there (bath towels, kitchen tools). The garden could be a little more maintained, but for the rest very pleasant living space! I recommend if you want to find yourself in the middle of nowhere in a small French village.”
Ce trouve au pied de la forêt ou il y a de jolies ballades à faire et un point de vue et devant la Meuse ou on peut pêcher en toute tranquillité. Quartier calme. Piscine, cinéma, le fort de Charlemont à 6 km. Terre altitude à Fumay 12 km et bien d autres choses à faire. La descente de la Lesse à 20 min. A 40 min des grottes de Han Belgique.
“Thank you for the warm welcome and for the little touches like chocolates and champagne. It was small but very well dressed and very well decorated. What made our stay even more enjoyable. When there was a problem, it was easy to ask for help.”
Frontalier Belgique Au coeur de la foret Ardennaise
“We had a wonderful stay at Jean Pierre's lovely cottage in the heart of the peaceful village of Landrichamps. The cottage is one of the oldest of the village, and is next to the very atmospheric old church. We enjoyed sitting outside in the garden admiring the view while having many barbecues. The cottage is small but more than adequate for two couples (and we even brought two babies!), and is very well equipped. The village is small and quiet with a number of pleasant walks from the doorstep of the cottage. Jean Pierre was a fantastic host, really warm and welcome, and very flexible. We had a great stay and would highly recommend this cottage to anyone looking for a peaceful getaway in the Ardennes. Please note that towels were not included, but Jean Pierre provided an extensive set for 5 euros a person.”