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Mill of Soulme

Listed mill and its beaver river in the heart of a natural reserve in the Belgian Ardennes.

Miller's House - Mill of Soulme

The Miller's House

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Bread Workshop - Mill of Soulme

The Bread Workshop

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2 bedrooms - 2 beds

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The barn of the Mill of Soulme

The Barn

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Le Moulin de Soulme is a listed historic residence located below one of the thirty most beautiful villages in Wallonia.

   It is located in the heart of a protected European nature reserve where your patience will allow you to observe beavers, herons, pike, salamanders or multicolored butterflies in a preserved flora.

View from the Hermeton

Protected nature reserve

For its "Great Biological Interest", the entire site of the Mill with its orchards, meadows, river and woods is located in a Natura 2000 protected area at the crossroads of nature walks and a pilgrimage route to Compostela.

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Mill from 1797 classified - The Mill of Soulme

Mill from 1797 classified

Dating from the 15th century, refurbished in its current appearance in 1797 and listed since 1976, the Mill is located below the village of Soulme, one of the 30 most beautiful villages in Wallonia, whose church and presbytery are also listed.

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Viw from a drone - Domain of the Mill of Soulme

Private estate of 3ha

The property, made up of orchards, large meadows and woods surrounding the Mill, is located at the bottom of the splendid Hermeton valley, which you enter by venturing down a path at the end of the village of Soulme.

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Activities in the heart of nature

Hermeton Loop

The Boucle de l'Hermeton will take you through the pretty typical villages crossed by the Hermeton and its magnificent valley. Through woods and fields, this route will take you to the heights of the valley. The loop deviates to join the RAVeL.  

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Kayaking on the Lesse

The descent of the Lesse by kayak or canoe is one of the flagship aquatic attractions in Wallonia. Criss-cross the river from Gendron or Houyet, admiring the magnificent natural landscapes, dotted with castles and rocks. 

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Climbing in the Meuse

Close to Dinant are the Rochers de Freÿr, an impressive massif overlooking the Meuse. It is composed of 7 main rocks and 9 secondary rocks and the limestone cliffs reach a height of 120 meters.

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Close to heritage sites

Dinant et sa citadelle

Citadel of Dinant

The Citadel of Dinant, reached after climbing 408 steps or taking the oldest cable car in Belgium, brings together 10 centuries of history: from the time of the fortified castle to that of the 14-18 war. The highlight of the visit is the breathtaking view of the city.

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Abbaye de Maredsous et sa bière

Maredsous Abbey

Located in the heart of the Molignée valley, the abbey founded in 1872 welcomes you to share a moment of spirituality in conviviality. The Abbey of Maredsous perpetuates the tradition of welcoming Benedictine monks in an exceptional natural setting.

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Chemin de fer à vapeur des 3 vallées

Steam locomotive

Railway museum and its collection of the industrial and railway past of our beautiful country! Fantastic locomotives will take you back to the great era of steam. The oldest locomotive dates from 1894!

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Freÿr castle

Freÿr sur Meuse, a Renaissance castle with stunning gardens, is part of Wallonia's protected architectural heritage. The site, nestled by the Meuse, enjoys the breathtaking setting of a valley.

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Annevoie water gardens

Discover these amazing gardens, created 250 years ago and considered one of Wallonia's cultural treasures. How could anyone resist taking a stroll between the fountains, waterfalls, ponds and stunning combination of French, Italian and English style gardens?

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The Brasserie des Eaux Vives was established in an old barn from the early 18th century in the small village of Romerée. Beneath this centuries-old timber frame, you can enjoy a MAM’ZELLE BIBICHE.

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The calm of the hermeton

Country walk

From Soulme, several hikes take you through the steep and winding part of the Hermeton valley. The slopes are steep and wooded. The hike will take you through fields, country roads, meadows, and woods.

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Private fishing

The hermeton crossing the property, the banks of the orchard form many fishing opportunities. With the introduction of salmon in 2023 and its salmon trout, the hermeton represents 6 kilometers of superb fishing spots.

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Nature preserved

The valley is a major site of the Fagne including alluvial and marshy forests, bocage plains with wet meadows and limestone grasslands. It is home to a large population of rare birds.

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One of the most beautiful villages in Wallonia

4. Modest farm

5. Perpendicular farm

6. Former rectory

7. Multicellular farm

8. School and communal house

9. Mill of Soulme

Classified church

Historical village 

Characterful buildings

Safety & Accessibility

As a listed historic residence, the Moulin de Soulme and its surroundings, unfortunately, cannot be fitted out for people with reduced mobility (eg due to its many stair steps of non-standard heights) and can present certain dangers for people distracted or for children left unsupervised (e.g. the reach, the river, the wheel the interior staircase and the overhang towards the cellar left without railings or barrier can cause a fall).

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