What is it you do?
“In the centre of a pretty stone-built village stands “La Renardière”, an old farmhouse dating from the 1860s that has been sensitively renovated and converted to accommodate four B&B rooms. Standing next to the village church and on the banks of the Lesse, this is the ideal location to enjoy the surrounding nature and the activities on offer (cycling, kayaking, walks, etc.), before ending the day with a convivial dinner, perhaps, or a delicious regional beer. A generous breakfast based on fresh and local products is served every morning in the dining room. A street map of the town and a wide range of tourist information is also available. I will be more than happy to welcome you in French, Dutch or English.”
What prompted you to seek "Famenne-Ardenne UNESCO Global Geopark Partner" status?
“A desire to showcase the region’s local and artisanal products, as well as a real sense of pride in being part of the network and sharing common values on sustainable development.”
What is your approach to sustainable development and environment friendly practices?
“In terms of generating green energy, we have installed photovoltaic solar panels. We also collect rainwater and, obviously, make sure our waste is properly sorted. Most of the products on offer at breakfast or evening meals are home-made (jams, bread, etc.) or sourced from local producers (honey, beers, etc.).”
Sophie Lepercq, owner/manager
Rue de Grupont, 94
0499 99 39 77