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Hampshire Hotel - La Grande Cure ★★★

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Ideal for a business visit

If you are looking for peace, space and total concentration, then this is the place for you in the middle of the Belgian Ardennes. With beautiful scenery around you and plenty of opportunities to relax after work, from a long walk to a game of golf on lovely golf courses. Specially for business guests, Hampshire Hotel – La Grande Cure has various extra facilities, such as free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, free parking, single rooms and 10 percent discount on a green fee at the Five Nations and Golf de Durbuy golf courses.

Meetings and optimal enjoyment of the Ardennes
At Hampshire Hotel – La Grande Cure, you can meet with your colleagues in the special meetings accommodation. This room has all the modern audiovisual equipment you require and can accommodate a maximum of thirty people. The nice thing about meetings here is that in between or at the end, you can play a game of golf, go for a walk, have lunch or dinner.

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Attractive Meeting Deals from € 18,50 per person

Hampshire Hotels has compiled a number of attractive meeting deals for you. All required services are included and the price is per person. Nice and simple!

You will receive: 4 hour excl.
€ 18,50
4 hour incl.
o.a.
8 hour
€ 49,50
12 hour
€ 82,50
24 hour
€ 142,50
32 hour
€ 175,00
Plenary meeting room            
Projector & screen            
Flipchart, markers & paper            
Notepads & pens            
Iced water & peppermints            
Unlimited coffee & tea            
‘After 10 Hampshire coffee break’            
Lunch (buffet)            
3-course dinner            
Overnight stay including breakfast            
Lunch (day 2)            

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Meeting room name m2 Height Wheelchair Air-conditioning Daylight Wi-Fi Number of people per layout
  Classroom-style
Theatre-style
U-shape
Dinner
Square
Café-style
Reception
 
Salle de Seminaires 50 2,85 m         20 20 20 20 20 20 20
Winebar/ Lounge 40 2,85 m         0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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This hotel excels in the culinary field.

Just outside Marcourt, in the heart of the Belgian Ardennes and on the banks of the Ourthe, you will find Hampshire Hotel – La Grande Cure. This is the place to go to if you need a relaxed weekend in the countryside. The hotel has 24 rooms, provides excellent personal service and excels in the culinary field. According to many guests who have eaten here, the restaurant is worthy of a (Michelin) star.

Besides the beauty and relaxation they offer, the surroundings of Hampshire Hotel – La Grande Cure are also ideal if you want to be active. For example, there are fantastic golf courses nearby. Famous courses are Five Nations and Golf de Durbuy. If you prefer to go hiking, there are plenty of footpaths in the immediate surroundings. You can walk straight out of the hotel into the woods. And when you return, you can relax in the wine bar or on the terrace with a beautiful view over the Ardennes and the Saint-Thibaut chapel.

Streams, valleys, rivers and caves

What makes the surroundings of the medieval village of Marcourt so beautiful and special are the numerous streams, forested valleys and the two rivers which run through the lovely landscape: the Ourthe and the Aisne. In Marcourt itself, you will find the Spaanse Huis (Spanish House) dating from 1632, the Saint-Martin church and the Saint-Thibaut chapel dating from 1639. More tips:

Tourist attractions
You can go on underground adventures with a guide in the Grotten van Hotton. These caves form a special, natural heritage in Wallonia, with 6 kilometres of tunnels, 70 metres under the ground. The smallest town in the world is in the Belgian Ardennes: Durbuy. In this little town with its medieval centre, you can visit attractions such as a traditional brewery and the jam factory Saint-Amour. During the summer, a charming tourist train drives around. If you'd like to know more about the Ardennes Offensive during the Second World War, visit the Bastogne War Museum, Musée de la Bataille des Ardennes or the Ardennen Poteau ’44 Museum.

Children
Chlorophylle is the complicated name for a recreational forest in Manhay. Here the kids can have the time of their lives. Take for instance the footbridge which they can walk along in the tops of the trees. At Le Château Féodal, or the medieval castle of Roche-en-Ardenne, there is something to do all year round. In the summer, archers and falconers give a show and medieval weekends and ghost days are organised. The Ardennes are naturally world famous for outdoor pursuits. Along the Ourthe, there are plenty of places to hire a kayak or explore the river on a raft with the whole family.

Golf
For golfers used to playing golf in the Netherlands, the courses in the hilly Ardennes are a fantastic experience. The 18 holes in the Five Nations with variations in height up to 46 metres are a great example. Another famous course in the vicinity is Golf de Durbuy.


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Culinary enjoyment of seasonal produce

In the Hampshire Hotel – La Grande Cure restaurant, you won't find à-la-carte dishes. Every day, you will be surprised by a special menu created by head chef Tim Christensen. You can choose from a three-course or a five-course menu, with or without a wine arrangement. Tim loves to cook with seasonal products from the Ardennes, but also takes inspiration from other cultures. The wine list is carefully composed and contains special wines, including some old vintages: 1985, 1986 and 1947.

Culinary enjoyment of seasonal produce

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