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Ubicación del establecimientoSi decides alojarte en Le Clos Belle Rose de Haybes, estarás a solo unos pasos de Ardennes Regional Natural Park y a apenas 4 min en coche de Iglesia parroquial de San Jorge. Además, este bed and breakfast se encuentra a 6,9 km de Parque de ocio TerrAltitude y a 18,6 km de Castillo de Vierves-sur-Viroin. Las distancias se expresan en números redondos.
- Ardennes Regional Natural Park: 0,1 km
- Iglesia parroquial de San Jorge: 2,6 km
- Parque de ocio TerrAltitude: 3,8 km
- Castillo de Vierves-sur-Viroin: 18,6 km
- Plage du Lac des Vi...More details
Check-out ends at: 11:00
F****ng liars. Terrible experience.
Reviewed 24 march, 2019
After booking a room with a Smartbox voucher, we contacted the property to ask for a specific room (if available) "La Chambre Louise". We are awrae that it could be busy that weekend or maybe, being a Smartbox coupon, it could cost a bit more, which we understand. Instead of that, we receive an email confirming the Reservation, so so far, so good. Once we arrive, the guy sends us to an annex building, really disgusting, and shows us a terrible room, really really small, poorly decorated and I don´t know what else because I didn´t want to take a further look. I was so deceived and depressed we just left to another village and we booked a different hotel. Apart from not having what we asked for, we felt treated like fools, with the guy trying to blame it on us first, on Smartbox secondly and on a miscommunication thirdly... Never reepeating, of course, and for other guests trying to look for a room here, be VERY CAREFUL with what you get confirmed about, and check everything twice or three times. We really felt scammed. It's not our first time using Smartbox, but this one was really the WORST by far.
Reviewed 8 july, 2018
This is a beautiful historic property situated right next to Haybes river.we attended the Arden brew fest which is a craft beer festival organised by the owner himself and it was great... Julian, the owner, was great in helping us throughout... It was really a great and beautiful experience!!
Reviewed 13 november, 2016
Haybes is a quiet village not far from the beautiful city Ciney in France, both located next to the Maas river. There are many walks, but you also have a lot of marked mountain bike trails. Le Clos Belle Rose The castle "Le Clos Belle Rose" has been completely renovated, with spacious rooms and a very large bathroom. everything was very clean. The staff was very friendly.
We had a pleasant stay
Reviewed 17 august, 2016
We stayed here together with one of our sons, after a visit to the holiday camp of our other son. The welcome was warm and very friendly. We had booked the room "Anna", but we were assigned the room "Amandine". Not sure what to expect, I decided to go with the flow and to see what we would get. Apparently Amandine looks out over the garden and river behind the building, so no complaints from me! :) We ate dinner at the restaurant, where the reception of this building is located, about 50 meters from our room's building. Not too thrilled about the quality, but there aren't much alternatives in the neighborhood, so we were mildly satisfied. The building itself is a bit old and quite noisy, especially when people occupy the suite at the top floor. A couple with two children was staying in the suite, so we had some noise issues in the evening, but when everybody went to bed, all went quiet. Breakfast was good. I read the reviews about an average breakfast. It's not as varied and extensive as large hotel breakfast buffets, but for this size of hotel we thought it was very satisfying.
Something a little different
Reviewed 20 july, 2016
We were greeted with friendliness and courtesy when we collected our keys from the Hotel St Hubert next door - which is where breakfast is taken, and dinner if you want it. Our hosts showed us around the hotel - a beautiful room on the second floor, looking out over a long view of lawn, the river Meuse and the wooded hillside opposite. The hotel sits in isolation from the St Hubert, and only serves the purpose of sleeping. Having said that, a willow weaver operates her business from the basement in working hours! We ate several times at the St Hubert - one of the few hostelries in the area - and had a very good meal with excellent service. The hotel itself was peaceful, quiet and tranquil, with a very comfortable bed and a quiet night's sleep. The first night (we were there for three) we had the place to ourselves. The room was large, with huge wardrobes and plenty of space. A large bathroom (with tub) was attached, and, opening its windows early the next morning, a nest of house martins was above our heads, with the birds freewheeling across the lawns. There are notices in the main hall, asking people to be quiet when entering the building - the wooden floorboards would accentuate sound, of course, but we had no such problems whilst we were there. There are coffee table books in the foyer, showing photographs of the renovation of the building (2011), and the rationale behind the naming of each of the bedrooms - Amandine, for example, sister of the owner, or Colette, who owned the house in the 1950s. I loved the house, and would happily return, It is a great place as a base for exploring the finger of the French Ardennes which pokes up into Belgium!