A basecamp for hikers.

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Auberge B&B Le Randonneur.

B&B Le Randonneur is set in a completely renovated Ardennes farmhouse from the penultimate decade of the 18th century. The authentic rural atmosphere of the house has certainly not been lost due to the renovation.

Our guest house is located in the small village of Hockai, 4 kilometres from the circuit of Spa-Francorchamps, at the foot of the High Fens, between the Ardennes and the Eifel.
Le Randonneur is ideally situated for hikers, cyclists and moutainbikers but also for car and motorbike enthusiasts for the circuit.

There are four comfortable guest bedrooms with many original details, each equipped with bathroom ensuite with shower, toilet and washbasin. Furthermore one garden room with exit onto a terrace, ideal for people with dogs.

Come stay with us and start your hike or bike ride directly from our B&B! We have hiking and cycling routes ranging from a good hour to a whole day. It is the ideal place to be together with friends or family ; We offer you B&B, half-board or all-in packages for a truly pleasant price.

Even if you want to do nothing during the day but, snuggled onto the couch, finally reading that book, you can stay in our lounge area while enjoying refreshments that you can grab from the little selfservice bar. In the evening you have the possibility to enjoy a good supper that we prepare specially for you.

Particularly beautiful in the autumn, winter and spring.

Autumn is, with its magnificent colours, an extraordinary period for visiting the Fens to walk, cycle, photograph or to observe rutting deer in the forests of Solwaster.
In winter a short break in the High Fens is more than worthwhile. For example, with sufficient snow you can go cross-country skiing, skiing or snowshoeing. And the scenery..., the scenery is breathtakingly beautiful.
Chances for snow, a lot of snow, are a 'tiny bit' bigger than in the Netherlands, Flanders or south and middle England in general.
In early spring, around April-May, you can enjoy wild daffodil fields in the Perlenbach and Fuhrtsbach valleys at Kalterherberg.

Jan en Suzan.

We speak Dutch, English, French, German and Norwegian.