The two Au Pré du Ry Cottages are ideally located in Lesse, a scenery hamlet in the Belgian Ardennes, allowing you to unwind in a bucolic setting. Surrounded by many hiking trails and close to a nature protected area of the Natura 2000 network, the Sky and Earth Cottages, both bordered by the Lesse river, which gave the town its name, can together accommodate a group of up to 38 people. With family or friends, treat yourself to a peaceful moment to escape and recharge in the heart of nature.
A 350-square-meter space that can accommodate up to 24 people. With 7 bedrooms with twin beds and one dorm room with 10 beds, this cottage is the perfect place for family reunions and an idyllic spot to collect beautiful memories.
A 250-square-meter space that can accommodate up to 14 people. The thought through design of the cottage offers a nice and friendly atmosphere, thanks to its cozy lounge corner, its recreation room and seven twin bedrooms.
The Au Pré du Ry Cottages consist of both the Ciel and Terre Cottages
Back in the day, Le Pré du Ry was a farm with a barn and stables. It was then divided into two cottages that can be rented together or separately, and the building has been entirely refurbished to match current standards of safety and comfort. The walls, made of local stones, preserve the charm and character that are typical of old houses from the region. Inside the cottages, natural light pours into the living spaces thanks to bay windows which open onto the surrounding natural scenery. The Ardennes and its natural beauty are evoked in the decoration and choice of materials, where wood is a common theme.
A fully-fitted kitchen, private showers, high-quality bedding for restful nights: all the facilities to make everyday life more comfortable. Simply put, all you have to do is enjoy the holiday resort and the surrounding nature.
Numerous marked tracks going through fields and forests to discover the Haute Lesse region at your own pace.
Several routes dedicated to cyclists and mountain bikers only, including two marked forest trail routes.
A one-of-a-kind natural setting, but also many historic sites to discover along the river.