Rates valid from 01/01/2023

  • Rates are subject to change at certain times of the year (holidays, public holidays, weekends, etc.).


  • Public transportation
    Unfortunately, they are not very frequent in our region!
    The nearest train station is in Bertrix, which is 27 km from the hostel…
    The Tec bus runs 6 times a week.
  • By car:
    • Take the E 411 towards Namur – Luxembourg
    • Exit 25: 1st exit Libramont-Chevigny, right direction: N89 Reims Sedan Bouillon Bertrix
    • Drive for about 20 km (Pass near Bertrix – Pass through Fays-les-Veneurs)
    • Exit: Right N819: Menuchenet, Rochehaut, Mogimont, (may also indicate Gedinne, Beauraing)
    • Big roundabout at Menuchenet: straight ahead: direction Mogimont, Rochehaut, Poupehan
    • Cross Mogimont (watch out for frequent radar) and enter the wooded area, with a succession of bends.
    • When you leave the wooded area, turn left onto the N 893 towards Poupehan. You will cross part of Rochehaut.
    • Again a succession of bends to Poupehan (+/- 4 km).
    • We are on your left, just before the bridge.

In the area

Discover some aspects of the region on video : Focus on our Ardennes

The region is full of wonderful sites in all seasons, here are some suggestions.

Tombeau du Géant

Rochehaut (5 km)

A village with a thousand facets, well known for its breathtaking view over the Frahan valley in one of the most beautiful meanders of the Semois. There are many activities and restaurants, an 18th century church, an agricultural museum, a wildlife park, a tourist train, a brewery, etc.
To find out more about this: Rochehaut

Bouillon (10 km)

In the neighbouring town, the castle of Bouillon is well worth a visit. The Archéoscope Godefroid de Bouillon, the Ducal Museum, the animal park, pedal boats, there are many activities in all seasons. Speed enthusiasts, young and old, can let off steam on the go-karting track.

Botassart (11km)

And in particular its legendary “Giant’s Tomb” panoramic point. Le “Tombeau du Géant” is classified as “exceptional heritage of Wallonia” and “natural heritage of landscape interest”. It is undoubtedly one of the best known and most photographed in Belgium with this superb loop of a wild Semois.

Sedan (22 km)

One of the largest castles in Europe dating from the 15th century. Discovery tour of the city, botanical garden.

Transinne (27 km)

With its head in the stars, the Euro Space Center is the only space theme park in Europe!
Euro Space Center
A few kilometres away, for book lovers and bargain hunters, take a trip to Redu, the book village.

Charleville-Mézières (33km)

Birthplace of the poet Rimbaud. This city is also the world capital of puppet theatre, as evidenced by the Puppeteer Institute and its clock “The Great Puppeteer”. Visit the Ardennes museum, stroll through the 17th century streets and discover the fortifications, …

Orval (43 km)

And its Abbey is only 44 minutes from Poupehan, Monsieur Michelin would say it’s worth a visit!

In Poupehan

A few kilometres from Bouillon, between Rochehaut and Corbion, Poupehan lies in a meander of the Semois. With its old houses of schist stone and slate roofs, this village has retained its peaceful, original and welcoming character of yesteryear.

The neo-Romanesque church of Saint Remacle de Poupehan was built in 1934.
It replaces an older building dating from 1837.

The washhouse in the middle of the village still bears witness to ancestral customs.

A splendid nature with capricious ravines, astonishing rocks, and the wild beauty of the Semois river set the scene for surprising stays.

As time goes by

The inn … it’s a family story since 1972!

The Auberge Le Vieux Moulin in the 1970s …

From the 1980s to 2018

After the 2020 renovations