The Manoir is located in the upper valley of Samson, in the countryside, in a protected Natura 2000 area, along a GR5 path, 1 km from the village of Gesves, 5 km from the abbey of Faulx-Les-Tombes and Mozet, one of the “Most Beautiful Villages” of Wallonia. 18 km from Namur, near the Ardennes, 65 km from Bastogne, 30 km from Durbuy, 75 km from Brussels, 120 km from Maastricht.
Dining and living room: 2 tables with chairs, 1 cupboard, 2 wing chairs, 2 sofas, various seats, 1 small table.
Small living room: 1 cupboard, 1 sofa, 1 bureau with seats.
Kitchen: 1 table with 2 benches.
Entrance hall and corridor: 1 table, 1 chest.
Wc 1 with wash basin.
Changing room and wc 2.
Terrace: 1 metallic table, outdoor chairs and a bench, other garden seats.
Jardin : BBQ, terrain de pétanque, balançoires, bac à sable.
Bedroom 1 on the river side: 3 beds 90 cm x 200 cm, 1 bed (batard) 110 cm x 190 cm, cupboard, table and chairs.
Bedroom 2 on the river side: 2 beds 90 cm x 200 cm, cupboard, table and chairs, wash basin.
Bedroom 3 on the stable side: 2 beds 90 cm x 200 cm, cupboard, table and chairs, wash basin.
Bedroom 4 on the stable side: 2 beds 90 cm x 200 cm, cupboard, table and chairs.
Bedroom 5 on the stable side: 2 beds 90 cm x 200 cm, cupboard, table and chairs.
Upper hall: 2 folding beds 70 cm x 190 cm.
Bathroom 1: 2 wash basins, wc, shower, bath.
Bathroom 2: wash basin, wc, shower.
Bathroom 3: wash basin,wc, bath.
Kitchen: micro ceramic plate, traditional oven, micro wave oven, mixer, toaster, 2 fridges, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, vacuum cleaner.
Small living room: Sony large screen TV, TV distribution, DVD and K7 reader, WIFI connection, maps and ramble guides, pocket books.
Dining and living room: open fire.
Spring and old cellars to be visited.
Attic also to be visited.
Park on the four sides of the Manor, beautiful terrace, orchard and romantic small garden, vegetable garden (under implementation), small swimming pool (under repair), bridge above the river, pond, inside access road from the gate, parking possible for about ten cars. The park of the manor is exclusively reserved to the guests of the manor.
During the 1914-1918 war, the occupation army confiscated the vat of the Saint-Joseph Brewery to recover copper. The activity stopped. Remains of the water mills may be visited.
During the 1940-1945 war, two Jewish children and a political prisonner were hidden in the Manoir de Houte by its owner at that time, Edgard Botton. A secret room (to be visited) was created in the roof of the manor in the part having a form of a diamond.
A Merovingian watering place as well as washing place is visible in the park. A watch tower and a fortified hamlet are also visible at 50 m from the manor.