In the forested hills and valleys of the Ourthe and Aisne region lies the authentic village Wéris. Here you will find Le Cor de Chasse, a veritable family hotel in a manor farm from 1681. The interior is contemporary, luxurious and in harmony with the history of the building. The standard rooms are located in the former sheep barn, the suites with private terrace are in the central wing.
Modern cuisine is at the heart of the one-star restaurant. The dishes are seasonal and have a signature touch that is both personal and pleasantly surprising. Local Walloon influences, but also from the East and South create a balance between complexity and pure taste. Dining is a true voyage of discovery and the accompanying wines are fantastic.
Green and picturesque Wéris, selected as one of the most beautiful villages of Wallonia, is the ideal starting point for walking, cycling and cultural trips. The region’s rich heritage features famous dolmens and menhirs as well as an 11th century Roman church.
Mario Elias is one of the few ‘new cuisine’ representatives in the Walloon region. Dining here is a totally new experience. The dishes are seasonal as well as regional and have a signature touch that is both personal and unexpectedly surprising. Local elements, but also influences from the East and from the South of Europe create a balance between complexity and pure taste. The presentation is second to none and the dishes smell tantalisingly delicious. The accompanying wines are fantastic and the service is excellent.
Restaurant opening hours:
12.00h - 14.00h and 19.00h - 21.00h.
The restaurant is closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
The gardens are 5 acres of idyllic meadows and woodlands, an ornamental pond and a swimming pool. From the terrace, where weather permitting breakfast is served, you have wonderful views over the surrounding garden and countryside. The terrace at the front of the hotel offers views of the charming village of Wéris, and, if you are lucky, spectacular sunsets.
The picturesque village of Wéris is considered one of the prettiest villages of the Walloon region. It is well known for its dolmens and menhirs; and its 11th century Byzantine church is certainly worth a visit. Nearby Durbuy is also very interesting, offering beautiful landscapes and vistas. The view from the Roche-à-Frêne is stunning. Don’t forget to visit the Falize rocks, an exceptional anticline, well lit at night, and the Coléoptère cave. The domain of Hottemme, a nature park for pedestrians only, will delight you with an astounding variety of flowering vegetation and wildlife. The park is open all year round. The largest adventure park in Belgium, the Durbuy Adventure Family Park, is also situated near Durbuy. For extra thrills, why not try the exciting Durbuy Labyrinth.