“The Lhommalinnes”  are 2 cottages in a farmhouse in stone dating back to the 18th century, located a few kilometres from Saint-Hubert, in the small village of Bras-Haut, in the heart of the belgian Ardennes.

The farm has been renovated once in 1856, and has long housed agricultural and farm operations.

Following the abandonment of these operations, it was refurbished in 1993, in two rural homes recognized by the French community.

This place offers a panoramic view over the countryside and forest.

The unobstructed view offers exceptional sunsets and the agricultural framework is conducive to rest and walks in the Woods.

The "great forest of Saint-Hubert" also awaits you, which extends over about 100,000 Ha of which half is covered with forests.

Discover its major themes: its history, its legends and its emblematic animal: the stag.

Also discover many exciting places  for all people,  the great and the small :

  • archaeological site : Fourneau Saint-Michel,
  • the castles of Bouillon  and La Roche,
  • the slate-quarry of Morépire
  • space site : Euro-Space Center A Space Odyssy Transinne/Libin
  • cultural site : the book village to Redu
  • religious site : Basilica of St-Hubert, the Abbey Notre-Dame D'orval
  • military site : the Bastogne Historical Center and the Mardasson
  • playful site : the labyrinth of Durbuy
  • and much more...
  • and  than various local products (meats, games, cheeses, beers,...)