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Visit the majestic and mysterious Ardennes area with Kyriad Hotels.

Visit a rural area full of history with a trip to the Ardennes with Kyriad Hotels.

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Hotel 3 stars - 6 km from Charleville-Mézières downtown
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About Hotel Kyriad Charleville-Mézières  Hotel Kyriad Charleville-Mézières welcomes you in the hometown of Arthur Rimbau (...) See hotel description

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Located just 2.5km from the city centre, the Campanile Charleville-Mezieres Hotel is a great place to stay during your visit to Fr (...) See hotel description

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Hotel 3 stars - 21 km from KYRIAD EVRY SUD - Le Coudray Montceaux downtown
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Your Campanile de Sedan Hotel Restaurant is situated 2 km from the SNCF station, 3 km from Sedan town centre and its famous Louis (...) See hotel description

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The Ardennes is a forested region that stretches across France, Belgium and Luxembourg. It lends its name to the Champagne- Ardennes region of France and the Ardennes department. The name is derived from a vast forest that existed in the area during the Roman era, Arduenna Silva. The modern day Ardennes covers a much smaller area than the original forest. The region was successfully used by the German army in both World Wars as a quick route into France.

Much of the Ardennes is covered by dense forest, and the area is relatively sparsely populated. The area’s most populated cities are Verviers in Belgium, Charleville-Mezieres in France. Both these cities exceed 50,000 residents, but most other towns in the area do not have more than 10,000 residents, although there are some exceptions such as Bastogne .

A two-day break

The Ardennes is full of ruins and old buildings for you to explore. Chateau de Boullion makes for a great visit and is a truly historic and authentic experience. The castle was home to Duke Godefroy de Boullion, one of the leaders of the first crusade. The town of Boullion is also well provided for in terms of restaurants and other normal amenities and there are spectacular views from the castle.

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For the more adventurous holiday makers there is the Terraltitude Adventure Park near Charleville-Mezieres and the Kyriad Hotel Charleville-Mezieres. The park offers a range of activities including bungee-jumping and paintballing, all for a very reasonable price. For those after something more restrained visitors looking for something less wild, Charleville-Mezieres is also home to the Rimbaud Museum. This is a great insight into the life of a writing genius.

Family Holiday

Visit Les Jardins d’Annevoie in the Ardennes for a great family day at this water gardens. Set in the beautiful forest surroundings, you’ll want to allow yourself a few hours to wander round these gardens. While these gardens might not have enough to keep older teenage children entertained, beyond the beautiful surroundings, there is a playground for younger children. The gardens are more than 200 years old. They are the perfect setting for a picnic.


The trains in the Ardennes only run between the main cities, but there is a bus service operated by TEC that is the only public transport that will get you to the smaller villages. By far the most convenient way to get around the Ardennes is by car. There are also a number of rivers in the area you can kayak down.


As with many other regions towards the north of France, the Ardennes food is typically based on the produce of the area, but there is also a flair for gourmet dining in the area. Of course, as the Ardennes stretches across several countries, the food you get will depend on which part you are in, but expect great fruit and vegetable.


During May the Ardennes plays host to dozens of festivals. While they might not rival Glastonbury, they still manage to bring a party atmosphere to the region. Rather than big rock acts and high powered speakers you’ll get jousting and parades lit by torch. For something a bit more raucous there’s a beer festival in Charleville-Mezieres.

Did You Know?

The Ardennes are famous for the Battle of the Bulge, during the Second World War. The Germans launched a surprise attack in December 1944 with the hope of capturing Antwerp. The German forces were stopped at the river at Dinant. Locals claim that the Germans were stopped by the rock that protects the town according to legend.