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5 accommodations in Ham-sur-Heure-Nalinnes

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La Gentilhommière du Château de Ragnies in Thuin Vacation home
Distance: 7,1 km8.7
La Gentilhommière du Château de Ragnies
, Thuin

La Gentilhommière du Château de Ragnies: Enjoy privacy in characterful rooms, surrounded by a park with rare trees in charming Ragnies, Wallonia.

Gîte du Pont de Bois in Thuin Vacation home
Distance: 9,0 km9.9
Gîte du Pont de Bois
Rue du Pont de Bois 14A, Thuin

Gîte du Pont de Bois: Recently renovated gite in Biercée, ideal for horse riding. Including Wi-Fi, free parking, and close to riding routes and attractions.

Ferme du Pont de Bois - Le Fenil in Thuin Vacation home
Distance: 7,6 km9.1
Ferme du Pont de Bois - Le Fenil
Diale Colas 5, Thuin

Ferme du Pont de Bois - Le Fenil, Thuin: Picnic area, golf course, modern rooms with patio, windsurfing, child-friendly facilities. Near Beffroi and Hourpes station.

Gîte Escale de Flore - Thuin in Thuin Vacation home
Distance: 7,0 km9.9
Gîte Escale de Flore - Thuin
Chemin du Halage 43, Thuin

Gîte Escale de Flore: Experience charm and comfort in a 20th century mansion with modern facilities, ideally located for cyclists close to Thuin and RAVeL routes.

Gîte du Haut Marteau in Thuin Vacation home
Distance: 6,1 km9.5
Gîte du Haut Marteau
Haut Marteau 1, Thuin

Gîte du Haut-Marteau in Thuin: 17th century charm, close to Bois du Grand Bon Dieu. Ideal for walkers and cyclists. 3 épis quality and modern comfort.

Information about Ham-sur-Heure-Nalinnes

Ham-sur-Heure-Nalinnes is a municipality in the province of Hainaut, Belgium, and consists of five villages: Ham-sur-Heure, Nalinnes, Cour-sur-Heure, Jamioulx and Marbaix-la-Tour. The area is known for its historical and cultural heritage, with its main attraction being the Château de Ham-sur-Heure, a medieval castle that has been extensively renovated and now serves as a town hall. This architectural monument attracts many visitors every year and offers insight into the rich history of the region. In addition, there are several walking routes available that explore the municipality's picturesque landscapes and local nature reserves.

The place is characterized by its quiet, rural atmosphere, but at the same time offers various facilities for tourists. From Ham-sur-Heure-Nalinnes it is easy to reach the nearby larger cities of Charleroi and Thuin, which offer more urban amenities and attractions. Local events such as markets and cultural festivals offer visitors the chance to experience Belgian traditions and hospitality up close. Many tourists also appreciate the region's culinary specialties, including local cheeses and craft beers.