À propos de ce logement
Usine de Consenvoye
Group accommodation in a monumental six-storey building in the north of France, at the edge of the Meuse valley, some 20 kilometres north of Verdun.
This factory was built after the Great War and produced bolts, nuts and box spanners up to the mid 1970s.
It consists of six levels of 250 m2 each.
The 4th floor of this building contains a guest accommodation that is furnished for a maximum of 15 persons, divided over 4 spacious rooms, each with its own shower and toilet.
There is a fully equipped kitchen and a large, light group space (95m2) with a view of the Meuse valley.
Bed and kitchen linen are included.
Below the guest accommodation, in the middle of the building, is a multifunctional floor, which can be rented as, for example, a reception room, workshop, concert hall or theatre. This space is equipped with a kitchen and sanitary fittings.
The lowest level of the building houses a smithy, a metal workshop and a woodworking workshop.
Outside there is room to work and to relax.
And a place to barbecue.
Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire building.
With the available spaces the factory can accommodate a variety of groups of people and their activities. From family celebration to metal forging workshop, from retreat to weekend carpentry, dance, acting, sculpting or painting courses.
The guest accommodation is non-smoking and pets are not allowed.
On reservation of the group accommodation, you also have access to the floor underneath, where you find a ping-pong table and a table football.
Due to earlier disappointing experiences, we do not welcome bachelor's parties.
We ask our guests to respect the following:
Please treat the building, it's occupants and surroundings with respect, although the building is situated in the country, this doesn't mean that you are in the middle of nowhere, there are other people to consider.
No music or other noise after 2 AM; all-night partying is not allowed.
The group accommodation is strictly non smoking, smoking is allowed in some other parts of the building.
I am Ans, I live parttime in Amsterdam and parttime in the Meuse in France, where I own an old factory with a groupaccommodation and a former trackman's cottage which I rent for holidays. Next to that, I am a designer and jack-of-all-tracks.
I love this part of France, because it is calm and not overrun by tourists. It's purity and unpretentiousness have great charm. The panoramic views still take my breath away.