Pêcherie des Trois Ponts
Rue des Trois Ponts 22
6680 AMBERLOUP (SAINTE-ODE)
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The Pêcherie des Trois Ponts in Sainte-Ode - a friendly place combining relaxation, sport and local food. Take the time to stop there.
- A place to visit with family or friends
- Specialities from the river and the forest
- Bistrot de Terroir® (Local produce bistro)
Bring your fishing rod and La Pêcherie will do the rest
Whether you're with your family or in a group, La Pêcherie des Trois Ponts will welcome you with its friendly atmosphere.
At the heart of the Ardennes, along the River Ourthe, La Pêcherie des Trois Ponts offers you snacks and special beers.
La Pêcherie des Trois Ponts is located in Sainte-Ode, between St-Hubert and Bastogne.
It's a perfect location for relaxation, sport and leisure. Mountain biking, walking, horse-riding etc... kayakking, cross-country skiing... La Pêcherie itself will let you fish, play petanque and light a barbecue.
Local produce offered by La Pêcherie des Trois Ponts
Owing to its location along the Ourthe and, therefore, at the heart of the Ardennes, La Pêcherie des Trois Ponts offers different kinds of trout and a house speciality, Wild boar chops with daffodils.
There are also special beers: Cuvée de la Jonquille, Corne du Bois des Pendus, Orval and bière de Rochefort.
Bistrot de Terroir®
The Bistrot de Terroir® label distinguishes typical Walloon cafés and guarantees a friendly and high-quality welcome in an authentic establishment.
Bistrot de Terroir®'s aim is for you to have a lovely, delicious time, while also discovering the region's specialities.
While you're in a Bistrot de Terroir®, ask for a loyalty card which is valid throughout the network.
Spend some time at the Pêcherie des Trois Ponts, local produce and local enjoyment.
- tel. : +32 (0) 61 68 81 57
Tourist information on the town SAINTE-ODE
Visit our partners' webpages
- Orval Abbey
- Aisne Tourist Tram
- Bastogne War Museum, Second World War Memorial Centre
- Forest Fun Park Chlorophylle
- Durbuy Adventure - Kayaking on the River Ourthe