Located in the Rolley Park, a listed side near Bastogne, the countryside gîte La Ferme de Rolley is a picturesque house built with local stone. Welcome to the heart of the Ardenne, the perfect region to reconnect with forests and nature.
An elegant, peaceful lodging
The farm of the Rolley castle was fully renovated in 2013. It can now host up to 30 guests.
The gîte has 12 rooms, each with its own bathroom, a double living room with a chimney and a fully equipped kitchen
The dining room can seat all guests at once.
La Ferme de Rolley also has a 60 m² conference room, as well as a game room with a bar, snooker and football table.
The large, south facing garden enjoys a beautiful terrace, complete with garden furniture and a BBQ. It overlooks the nearby fields and 2 ponds.
History of the gîte
The Rolley estate, in the Middle Age, consisted of a castle, a farm, a blacksmith shop, a mill and 296 hectares of fields and woodlands. The farm, now turned into a gîte, was built in the 18th century.
The estate, in winter 1944, found itself at the very heart of the Battle of the Bulge. The famous General Patton promoted Brigadier General McAuliffe at the end of the battle.
The farm's courtyard can be used for parking.
La Ferme de Rolley is the perfect starting point to explore the Ardenne and its historical sites, including memorials of the Battle of the Bulge.
- Open fire