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Landal, Village l'Eau d'Heure Apr 15, 2016
My husband got a weekend get-away as a birthday present and we choose to go to Belgium. A Landal park to be exact (Landal is a company that has bungalow parks al over Europe. Most are located in a beautiful piece of green, tree's and some like Village l'Eau d'Heure at a nice little lake).
We arrived a bit early and we could not get an early check-in. So we went to a supermarket instead. Located about at a5 to 10 minute drive from the park you can find a supermarket as well as a gas station.
We stayed in house/bungalow/villa number 241. It was listed as an extra luxurious bungalow. Including a sauna.
The main entrance is located on the side as there is another door at the front connecting to the outside area which is located next to the road. Cars are not allowed to drive past 10km an hour but do be careful with smaller children.
When you enter the bungalow from the side you come in to a hallway. On the right you find one room with two beds. On the left there is a place to hang your jackets followed by a door that lead to the room with the sauna and a tanning bed. In front of you there is a door leading to the restroom. On the right is another door leading into the master bedroom. We are co-sleeping with our toddler. So we got a bed from her room and put it into the master bedroom to create a big bed (2.70 m). Which is easily done as the beds are box-springs. In the master bedroom you also find a small desk as some closets.
Next to the restroom you find another door leading into the bathroom. Complete with sink, shower and bath. A decent size with everything you need right there.
Exiting the bathroom you proceed your walk (which sound like we just walked 5km which is definitely not the case...) and enter the main living area. On the right the kitchen area on the left the dinning table. A couch, chairs, fireplace and tv are on the opposite side of the kitchen. The living area has a nice size to it. Big enough for the three of us.
The park itself has a very small supermarket. Overpriced and almost no fresh products most of it canned or just simply snacks. They do however have fresh bread in the morning though you have to be quick or else all you will be left with ar baguettes.
There is also a swimming pool. You do have yo pay an entrance fee (€5.- p.p.pd.). The pool is also excisable for people that do not stay on the park.
There is a small playground as well as the worlds smallest petting zoo, two goats, a deer and duck that's it.
Like I said The park is located at a little lake. If you are into water sports, fishing or swimming in natural waters this is definitely something for you to enjoy!
The park is located in the Ardennes area which means a lot of green and a lot of nice little thing to visit. We went to Namur but there are many more to visit. So it's location is nice! There are however view places to eat. So we cooked ourselves the two evenings we stayed here.
Would I stay here again? Probably not with small children as there is not that much to do for them on the park. However I liked the location of the park and though it is not a small park it did not feel like a giant tourist trap. I would recommend this place to couples, people who like nature or water activities.
Part of the Short Trips 2016 travel blog
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