La-Grande-forêt-De-Saint-HubertSleeping

Spend the night at the heart of the forest, under a tent, in a guest room or a colourful forest gîte. Choose your own mix of comfort and adventure!

Bivouac Areas

Online reservation Due to the pandemic linked to Covid-19, some bivouac areas are no longer free to access and their occupation requires prior reservation. Only people with a booking voucher will be allowed to spend the night there, the others will be directed to the nearest campsite or can contact the local Tourist Office to find other accommodation.
Please respect the social distancing and health rules in force, as well as the regulations for bivouac areas. One reservation = 1 site for a tent of maximum 2 people.
The New World, the Sentier des Pins (Momignies) and valley of l'Hermeton (Hastière) bivouac areas remain freely accessible. Reservations are required at the Bois de Hernoy (Froidchapelle), des Frès (Sivry Rance), des Crayas and Bois de Blaimont (Chimay), Boussu-en-Fagne (Couvin), Roche Trouée and Mazée (Viroinval) bivouacs.

PLEASE NOTE THE VIROINVAL BIVOUACS (ROCHE TROUEE AND MAZEE) AND BOIS DE BLAIMONT (CHIMAY) HAVE BEEN DISPLACED (see GPS coordinates on the reservation platform).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marie Groëtte

Marie Groëtte
  • Marie Groëtte
  • Marie Groëtte
  • Marie Groëtte
  • Marie Groëtte
  • Marie Groëtte

Contacts

Jean & Marie-France TIERNY

16 Rue de Sautin
B-6470 Sivry-Rance

DESCRIPTION

Description

Located in the heart of the Belgian portion of the Thiérache region, at the entrance to the village with its lively social calendar, the rustic Marie-Groëtte holiday rental promises a relaxing getaway in a natural, locale with rich heritage. A south-facing terrace and garden offer peace and quiet, as well as a breathtaking view over the fields and the sound of birdsong. This getaway is all about getting back to basics, nature preservation, ecology, waste sorting and composting, wood and pellet-based fires for heat, etc. It's an ideal starting point from which to explore nature and the forest and lakes with sign-posted trails, the RAVeL network and other activities.