Things to see and do - Saint-Hubert
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Saint-Hubert Travel guide
Saint-Hubert : Michelin's recommendations
St-Hubert is an attractive little tourist town sited on a plateau (435m) at the heart of the sprawling forests of the Ardennes. Its houses cluster around the church, the centre of the pilgrim cult of St Hubert, patron saint of hunters and butchers. The town is the birthplace of the artist Pierre Joseph Redouté (1759-1840), known as the "Raphael of Flowers".
Tourist attractions Saint-Hubert : Things to see and do
B - 6870 Saint-Hubert
This foundry lies among wooded hills in the verdant Masblette Valley. A Benedictine community was previously resident here; in the 18C, the last abbot of St Hubert, Nicolas Spirlet, established a metalworks here. In 1966 it was acquired by the local ..
B - 6870 Saint-Hubert
Situated on the site of the St-Michel ironworks, this 40-ha open-air museum consists of old country houses representing Wallonia's various regions and laid out along a path that stretches for about 2km. There is also a little school, a chapel, a prin..
pl. de l'Abbaye 1 B - 6870 Saint-Hubert
This is the former church of the Benedictine abbey, founded in the 7C. In the Brabant Gothic style, it was rebuilt in 1526 following a fire. An imposing 25m in height, the interior is striking, with stonework in pink, grey and ochre below brick vault..
18 rue des Ardennes B - 6870 Saint-Hubert
Hotel Val de Poix is located in a peaceful, natural setting beside a river and within easy reach of the Poix St Hubert Train Station. There are waterside terraces. This Ardennes hotel offers quiet rooms with a private bathroom. The furniture designs..
Rue du Centre 26 B - 6870 Vesqueville
Situated in Vesqueville, Auberge Au bon Vivant is surrounded by forests and offers simple accommodation with free WiFi throughout and on-site public parking free of charge. It features a terrace, as well as an on-site bar. Rooms at Auberge Au bon Vi..
Place du Marché 7 B - 6870 Saint-Hubert
Hotel 2G is situated in the centre of Saint-Hubert, the capital of hunting, in the middle of the Belgian Ardennes. The area is the perfect destination for 'green tourism' and distraction. This family hotel has a cosy bar, a good restaurant and 18 si..
Grand'rue 21 B - 6870 Awenne
Ivy-covered stone building in a rustic setting with a hunting-themed drawing room, terrace in the garden, and rooms with parquet flooring. Food reflecting current tastes with a regional undertone. Country rooms with parquet floors and junior suites. ..
r. Staplisse 6 B - 6870 Mirwart
This rubble stone and half-timbered family inn invites you to enjoy a seasonal meal under the beams of a rustic dining room. Good choice of menus, game specialities, blue trout direct from the tank, as is the lobster. Well-kept rooms, echoing floorbo..
r. Fontaine 23 B - 6870 Saint-Hubert
A good meal by the fireside is one of the pictures traditionally conjured up when we think of the Ardennes! This smart, modern dining room sports a modern grey colour scheme, rather than a nostalgic leaning. The menu oscillates between traditional fa..