Are you ready to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the great outdoors? Then it means that you ready for a spring adventure at one of our forest villages: we have plenty of outdoor activities to recommend, but these are surely our top 5!
Imagine yourself walking through the lush green forests of the mountains in Alsace, with the scent of pine needles and the sound of leaves rustling underfoot. You might come across a small waterfall or a clearing with a stunning view on the Bruche Valley.
You can finally take a deep breath of fresh air, away from the stress of polluted cities. You are present and finally disconnecting from your daily life.
Need to unwind and relax? The Sûre river flow through Forest Village Les Ardennes and it is a very quiet spot, perfect to clear up your mind. You can simply sit on the closest bench and finally finish that one book. Or if you are a fishing fan, you can borrow some fishing gear at the Cosy Chalet and try to catch some fish!
For those looking for a bit more adventure, hop on a bike and marvel at the stunning landscapes of the area. At Nutchel Les Ardennes, we have qualitative mountain bikes for adults and kids as well as e-bikes available for rent.
We designed and tested bike tours specially for you, passing by rolling hills and serene lakes. The beauty of nature will surely leave you awe-inspired!
Foodies will love making lasting memories while eating outdoors. Whether you want to enjoy our delicious BBQ package with friends or a romantic dinner under the stars, dining al fresco on the terrace of your cosy cabin is a must-do activity during your stay at Nutchel.
The sun is shining and you are up to discover new things? Spring and summer are a great time to soak up unique traditions and the local history from a new angle.
You don’t need to go in a museum, just take a stroll through the picturesque nearby villages of Alsace. Away from the tourist crowd, you can also visit local markets and typical small festivals in the Ardennes. Sounds exciting, doesn’t it?