Hubermont can be found in the very heart of the Belgian Ardennes, within nature park ‘Le Parc Naturel des deux Ourthes’. What once served as a school building in 1860 is now one of the most exclusive places to organize your seminar, workshop or teambuilding. The seminar venue, on top of a hill in the Ardennes, can comfortably accommodate groups up to forty people. Here, seminar guests can create the physical and mental strength to develop or reflect upon new ideas, to participate in team building activities or just to relax. Surrounded by picturesque villages and towns like Houffalize, Bertogne, Gouvy, Tenneville and Saint-Ode, at 5km from Hubermont you’ll find La Roche, the tourist attraction of the region.

Accommodation & Meetings
Hubermont has thirty functional but comfortable rooms. The complex also features four meeting rooms. Large groups can either gather or work in one room, or split up in separate rooms. The meeting rooms are equipped with numerous meeting tools such as flipcharts, overhead projectors etc. This way, guests can combine space and efficiency.

The meeting rooms are as follows: L’école: 92m², for 36 to 60 people; Le Manoir: 90m², for 30 to 60 people; Le Grenier: 40m², for 12 to 25 people; Panorama: 165m², for 40 to 100 people.

The restaurant on the ground floor has seating capacity for sixty people. The kitchen is semi-industrial equipped so the in-house chef, but also the guests, can comfortably prepare meals. Hubermont also has an exquisite selection of wines to taste in the cozy atmosphere of the well-preserved underground wine cellar. The lounge is a homey place where you can gather after meetings, for a chat at the bar or around the fireplace. On the reading table one can find the most important newspapers from around Europe. The room opens onto the terrace and garden with a panoramic view over the Ardennes. Guests can relax in the garden or involve in outdoor activities with a coach. When the weather is nice, it is the perfect place to linger for meals or coffee breaks.

Hubermont offers a wide range of thematic and team building activities such as, ‘Escape to Victory’ and ‘Crack the Code’ that take place on the estate. Soon, an activity on ‘The Battle of the Bulge’ combined with a tour in WWII jeeps will be possible as well. Outside the estate, one can find many outdoor activities as well, including hiking, cycling, mountain biking, kayaking, rock climbing and spelunking.