"Maison de Greunebennet" is a hamlet more than 300 years old, nestled in the picturesque Göhltal in the "Euregio Maas Rhein" and "les Ardennes bleu". In the middle of nature, between the villages of Hombourg, Sippenaeken and Plombières, on the Belgian side of the border triangle (Belgium, Netherlands, Germany).
The newly equipped holiday home (about 90 m2) extends over three levels and is designed in an open loft style.
In the gable is the bedroom with a double bed (1,80x2, 00m), or two single beds.
On the middle level there is another sleeping possibility (1,80x2,00m). A large sofa, more seating and reading options, TV, and an additional toilet.
In the lower area is a bathroom with bath and a fully equipped kitchen incl. Stove, dishwasher, washing machine, oven, toaster, coffee machine, kettle, radio. In the kitchen there is a warming fireplace.
In front of the house is a small terrace (seating available) with an unobstructed view of the living nature.
Extras included: TV, hairdryer, ironing board, iron, Wi-Fi (free of charge, upon presentation of a document of identification), cot (on request), bed linen, hand and bath towels and bathrobes are included in the price! (1x per stay, for longer stays, we can individually arrange additional cleaning and linen change.)
The apartment is equipped for a maximum of four persons.
A parking space is available.
Smoking is not allowed in the house.
The cottage is located off the road, right on a hiking trail, over which the whole area can be explored.
The nearby villages, forests and meadows invite to hikes.
In the center of Hombourg, about 2 km away, there is a small brewery, which produces typical beers for the region and a cheese shop with cheese typical of the region. In a well-equipped village shop there are shops.
Typical Belgian pastries and delicious patisseries can be found at "Born" in Bleyberg (Plombières), about 1km away.
In Sippenaeken are small pubs, restaurants and ice cream parlors.
In the Dutch border town Vaals there are numerous shops, restaurants and a swimming pool.
The attractive ambience of the historic imperial city of Aachen (about 12km) - on the German side - invites you with many sights, sporting and cultural events. Modern and historical museums, the cathedral (world heritage), the historic town hall and the surrounding old town with its many pubs and "Printen" shops invite you to linger. For horse lovers, the annual CHIO World Equestrian Festival is an interesting destination.
The South Limburg town Maastricht presents itself cosmopolitan, with great cultural offer, shopping possibilities and restaurants. On the Maas, you can take a boat trip from Maastricht to the Belgian city of Liège.
Every Sunday in Liège, along the Meuse, there is a kilometer-long, large flea market, which you simply have to experience.
The diversity of the regions offers many opportunities to discover, relax and experience open to you!