Retreating into nature in the Belgian Ardennes
Spending a couple of nights at the Nutchel Forest Camp Les Ardennes is simple living made easy. The entire concept revolves around slowing down and disconnecting – with no tv, no wifi and a single electricity plug, while at the same time retreating into nature. Nutchel cabins in the Belgian Ardennes, bordering Luxemburg hosts 26 cozy cabins blending in with the surrounding forest. Start your days with a morning dip on one of the forest lakes, followed by a scenic hike at the park of La Haute Sure Foret d’Anlier and ending in front of the fire to keep your cabin warm and cozy. A slow living concept through and through.
Location: Nutchel Forest Camp Les Ardennes, just outside of the village of Martelange in Belgium, bordering Luxemburg
Cabins: 26 Nutchel cabins ranging from two to four and six people, simple but well thought-through interior and facilities, some even come with a private hot tub. A classic wood stove, kitchen with gas stove, hot shower and outdoor BBQ.
Rates: From €180+ for two nights in a Nutchel cabin, fixed arrival and departure days
Highlights: Cabins with their own hot tub on the roof, overlooking the forest.
The feel: Cozy nights in front of the fire after a day of forest bathing.
Not to be missed: Visit the organic farm La Ferme des deux Fontaines for organic vegetables, honey, pasta and more. Open on Friday and Saturday.
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