Holiday home - Malmedy - Le Chalet du Tchession

This place is in a very cosy environment, at the foot of the Hautes Fagnes and surrounded by nature. Beautiful walking paths pass by here. 2 hectare garden without neighbours.
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Main benefits of the lodgings

  • Charming accommodation
  • Exceptional view
  • Surrounded by nature


Off-peak season
12/11 to 21/12/2023, 07/01 to 08/12/2024, 18/02 to 22/02/2024, 10/03 to 28/03/2024, 11/11 to 19/12/2024.
05 to 09/11/2023, 09/02 to 17/02/2024, 23/02 to 09/03/2024, 14/04 to 25/04/2024, 12/05 to 16/05/2024, 20/05 to 27/06/2024, 25/08 to 17/10/2024, 03/11 to 07/11/2024.
Peak season
25/12/2023 to 06/01/2024, 01/04 to 13/04/2024, 26/04 to 07/05/2024, 28/06 to 13/08/2024, 18/08 to 24/08/2024, 18/10 to 30/10/2024, 20/12 to 31/12/2024.
Night € 110,00

Additional costs

Cleaning € 60,00



Lodging size 60 m²
Number of bedrooms 1
Number of bathrooms 1
Number of levels 1
Rooms of lodging 1 Kitchen area 1 Sitting/dining room 1 Bathroom
1 Toilet
Indoor appliances Desk Free towels and toiletries Hairdryer
Library Smartphone docking station Television
Electrical appliances Clothes dryer Coffee machine
Coffee maker Dish washer Electric kettle
Freezer Microwave Mixer
Oven Refrigerator Toaster
Vacuum cleaner Washing machine “Raclette” appliance
Outside appliances Barbecue Garden Garden furniture
Setting At the edge of the forest Beside the fields Detached dwelling
In a village In the countryside
Sports & Leisure Board games Slide Swing
Accessibility One-level accommodation
Baby Baby chair
Parking Private parking
Business / MICE Workspace
Animals accepted Yes
Smoking allowed No

Beds of the lodging

Bedroom 1 double bed
Sitting room 1 sofa bed


Chemin du Tchéssion, 7
4960 Longfaye (Malmedy)

The owners


The Chalet du Tchession has been in the family for 50 years. The chalet was completely renovated 5 years ago. As for the property, it has grown to become this magnificent 2 ha garden.
This place is filled with childhood memories, from walks in the surrounding forests and in the Fagnes, cabins in the woods, dams on the rivers, observation of deer, and much more.
The 'Tchession' means 'Entrenched Camp' in Walloon. It refers to a place name near the chalet where in Celtic times, the villagers took refuge from neighboring attacks.
For the curious, you will find the rocky outcrop located at the confluence of the Pouhon and Roannai rivers. History buffs will have plenty of time to delve into the books that accumulated over the years, which are on a shelf in the bedroom that serves as an office and overlooks the property.