The Refuge du Lac aims above all to be a charming place, which invites you to relax in a unique and exceptional place on the shore of Robertville Lake. Come and relax in an exceptional habitat in the middle of a region that will not leave you indifferent.
“Arnaud's place is a real gem. It's very spacious, sparkling clean and all the necessary amenities are there. We had quite some difficulty on getting the fireplace started but thats probably us. Great places around to hike and very quiet during winter. Overall highly recommended”
Cosy and very quiet room with one comfortable double bed, private bathroom / 5 km far away from the High Fens/Baraque Michel/Botrange. *In option! Healthy Breakfast Eur 9.50/pers. Chambre charmante et au calme/ salle de bain privée / A 5 km des Hautes Fagnes * Baraque Michel/Signal de Botrange. *En supplément ! Petit-déjeuner équilibré Eur 9.50/pers.
“Without any hesitation, I recommend the accommodation of Isabelle and Serge. They are two people of incredible kindness and simplicity. Isabelle is very available. A bedroom and a bathroom are at your disposal. Everything is super well decorated. Breakfast is not small but very generous and varied. Nothing is missing; bread, cold meats, cereals, dairy products, coffee, ... a great breakfast to start the day. We will definitely stay there again. Thanks again to them.”
New accommodation in a recent clean and quiet building with 4 apartments. NOT PROVIDED for storing bikes (no smoking and no animals to respect my neighbors). A few minutes walk from the city center and shops. Free parking possible at 30 m. You are 10 'by car from the Francorchamps circuit as well as forests and fagnes. It will take you 20 'to 25' to get to Spa, Stavelot, Butgenbach Lake or Robertville
“Sabine's place is located very close to the city centre (8mins walk) and also the supermarkets (5mins walk). The place is sparkling clean and has all amenities that one would expect. It has nice artistic touch and very modern. I would definitely recommend the place and would stay there upon my next visit to the Ardennes.”