Château-Ferme de Laval
Superb residence for a
WELCOME TO THE HEART OF THE BELGIAN ARDENNES
A picturesque residence in the Belgian Ardennes to share a family story.
Nestled within the beautiful Natural Park of the Two Ourthes, between the historic sites of Bastogne and the state forests of Saint-Hubert, the “Château-Ferme de Laval,” a superb 17th-century residence, offers you an unforgettable stay in a tranquil and rejuvenating hamlet.
CLASSIFIED COTTAGE "3 EARS"
UP TO 43 PEOPLE
A PLACE RICH IN HISTORY...
Château de Laval, dating back to 1385, has witnessed several historical periods. Destroyed in 1410, it was partially reconstructed between 1532 and 1548 by the Bolland family. In 1650, the Gallo de Salamanca family expanded it by adding outbuildings to the west and farm dependencies. In the 19th century, the bourgeois part known as “the Tower” was added. In 1917, it was purchased by Henri Vermeersch, and the property is now shared among his descendants with rural cottages and an active farm.