More than just a hotel-restaurant, the hotel is a place of discovery and enchantment. The Tourist Domain of the Luxembourg Ardennes in Asselborn invites you to a real homecoming: that of the Tratterbach stream classified “Natura 2000” where trout are the delight of fishermen and gourmets.
Open your mind to the wonders of nature which can be found here, the singing of birds, the graceful flight of butterflies and dragonflies, the concert of frogs and the sublime sunset.
For an unforgettable cultural and gastronomic stay, enjoy our magnificent domain for a romantic stopover, a family event, group or business. Admire the details of historical objects used as decorative objects or utilities.
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This old water mill has gone through all the eras of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg since 1036. Today, this small charming hotel of 18 rooms offers all the comfort of an authentic place, the Swiss-chalet atmosphere of the rooms invites you to rest and take a moment, the restaurant with its wood-fired chimney invites you to discover new tastes, and the museum of the Moulin takes you back to milling times. Imagine the mixture of smells of dried cereals and freshly ground flour ...
Discover the Auberge du Relais Postal of Asselborn, a place and an opportunity for a unique experience.
In an authentic building of the sixteenth century, created on the postal route from Rome to Antwerp by Thurn & Taxis, come experience the epic era of postal routes across Europe.
Fabulous wood-fired grilled meats prepared in the dining room. Large themed rooms in a harmonious style where the charming decoration transports you to a universe very different from traditional gastronomy.
Authenticity, friendliness, a personalized approach: the Domain Team is at your service to offer you unique moments of pleasure, relaxation and discovery.
The Auberge du Relais Postal is the work of Léon Nilles († 2016), Professor of Civil Engineering, lover of old stones and restoration of old buildings. This unusual place that looks like no other was born from his hands - the materials and design of the building combine materials of the past and present.