Nature house in Sougné-remouchamps

outstanding (5) 14 reviews
outstanding (5) 14 reviews


Nature house-id 14607
Region Liège
Country Belgium
Number of guests 6
Bedrooms 3
Type bungalow
Rental situation detached
Location isolated

About this nature house

This 4-bedroom chalet can accommodate 8 people and is located in Sougné-Remouchamps. Ideal for families with children, this holiday home is spacious and with an open kitchen, private terrace and garden for huddling together and enjoying warm meals and sitting outdoors for relaxing and soaking in the sun. The Aywaille region offers a variety of things to do around for tourists. You can go exploring the caves at Remouchamps, the Monde Sauvage safari park, or a lovely walk along the tributary rivers of the Amblève. You can also take day trips, excursions and tours in Aywaille which are pocket-friendly as well. A forest lies only 300 m away from this holiday home and general supplies and restaurants lie 7 km away. There are 2 separate seating areas in the chalet, 1 on each floor. You can enjoy a barbecue night in the garden and dine under the stars with your family while your children play nearby. A balcony is available and so is parking on the premises.


hallway ground floor
open kitchen ground floor
  • cooker(ceramic),
  • coffee machine(pads),
  • coffee machine(filter),
  • oven(mini),
  • microwave,
  • dishwasher,
  • fridge-freezer
Living/diningroom ground floor
  • TV(cable)
bedroom ground floor
  • double bed
Sitting room on the 1st floor
  • bar,
  • billiards
bedroom on the 1st floor
  • double bed
bedroom on the 1st floor
  • double bed
bathroom on the 1st floor
  • shower,
  • washbasin,
  • toilet
bathroom ground floor
  • shower,
  • washbasin,
  • toilet
  • balcony
  • heating(central)
  • terrace(fenced, 18 m2)
  • garden(private, fenced)
  • garden furniture
  • BBQ
  • parking



outstanding (5) 14 reviews

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