Daring style mix for your holiday home

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Antique furniture painted blue, luxury equipment in a renovated farm, a Where’s Wally of classical elements in a super modern interior… Most recent in the Ardennes-Etape selection is this Luxembourg based villa taking interior design to a whole new level. The result leaves no one untouched.

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The Ardennes, they are doing just fine

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It is a challenge on which André Offermans, CEO of Ardennes-Etape, has been working successfully for many years now: to enable holiday makers to discover the very best of the Belgian Ardennes, with a high-quality holiday cottage as a home base. Eleven years after the project took off he leads a team of 29. Together they manage the leading website for holiday home rental in the Belgian Ardennes.

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Like a King in Stavelot, You Know You Want To

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A delightful city centre, a stately mansion styled like you have never seen before at walking distance from the breath-taking Belgian Ardennes landscape; that is what Ardennes-Etape is offering with this new holiday house in the collection.

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Rent a Business-Etape villa for your team!

Upscale residence for your seminar
Organising a seminar, an incentive or an important meeting in a hotel, with its dull halls and strict time tables, is too inside-the-box for your business. Business-Etape thinks outside-the-box and has selected 50 beautiful villas in the Belgian Ardennes. Each of these locations offer the necessary level of comfort and space for your business and the quality is checked on a regular basis; comfortable villas, all of them luxuriously equipped (meeting rooms, wellness area with sauna and Jacuzzi, swimming pool,…). Continue reading

Ardennes-Etape, numbers and figures

Ardennes-Etape holiday homes

The Ardennes-Etape holiday homes are located in the Belgian provinces of Liège, Luxembourg and Namur.
More specifically
– 37.3% in the East Cantons;
– 34.7% in the valley of the river Ourthe;
– 12% in the valley of the river Semois ;
– and 15.6% in the region of the river Lesse.
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