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Enjoy a 4 Day, 3 Night Break to the Belgian Ardennes staying in the picture-postcard town of Dinant. Beautiful scenery, intimate restaurants and chocolate, Lots of it. Even if you haven’t got a sweet tooth, you’ll be bowled over by the Ardennes region and it’s an incredibly compact and easy place to drive.
• Return P&O Ferry Crossing from Dover to Calais
(other crossings available on request)
• 3 Nights at the Riverside Ibis Hotel, or Hotel Castel Pont-a-Lesse, Dinant
• Buffet breakfast each morning
• Detailed Road Book featuring Maps, Great Drives & Local Attractions
• Commemorative Tour Rally Plate
• Complimentary Car Parking at all Hotels
"I've Just returned from the Black forest, I didn't fill in your questionnaire but can tell you we had a great time, everything went very smoothly, hotels were good and the hotel in Hornberg was wonderful apart from being in the 3rd.floor with no lift, next time will pay the extra for a lower floor which I didn't know was possible. However on a lighter note please send me hard copy of all the particulars on the Italian lakes need to drive that pass and something I have always wanted to do. Next year a must. Also nice group of people on the trip different cars, so not just boring Mercedes talk." Regards, Bill Bryce.
Dinant – Squeezed between the River Meuse and the high rocks that overlook it, Dinant is a little town indeed. Its main features are the imposing citadel high above the town and the Collegiate Church of Our Lady with its characteristic pear shaped bell tower.
Head south from Brussels into the rolling hills of the Belgian Ardennes complete with picture-postcard towns and grand country houses dripping with history. Bouillon lies close to the border of France, nestled on a sharp bend of the River Semois, in the heart of the Ardennes forest this small medieval city is a popular destination for short breaks to the region.
In Southern Belgium there is a cluster of 22 villages that call themselves Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie. You can tick off some of the finest of these on a gentle circuit of the province of Namur. Head along the beautiful Meuse and Molignee valleys to find cutesy gems such as Falaen, Crupet and Celles.
From £329.00 Per Person
8 Days, 7 Nights from £679.00
Return Ferry Crossing
3 Nights at the Panorama Hotel, Bouillon
3 Nights at the Schloss Hornberg Hotel, Black Forest
1 Night at the Hotel du Golf, Chamouille
Car Parking & Meals as per the Itinerary
The meandering Semois Valley
Durbuy, the smallest town in the world
Attractions in the Belgian Ardennes