This was the second time we have stayed at this beautiful hilltop retreat in Dun sur Meuse, previously however it was not on Trip Advisor. There are three nicely appointed rooms (our favourite is "Chambre Hortense" and you are free to come and go as you please. The house is a multi level masterpiece set in a lovely walled garden right at the top of Dun sur Meuse in the old walled town adjacent to the church.
The owner of the property, Mme Edith Ploner is a most affable host and despite speaking no English (although she plans to learn some) is able to make one most welcome and with a combination of sign language and rusty schoolboy French we get by very well.
Breakfast is served downstairs in the family dining room, much of it is home made and indeed home grown, all is delicious.
A gem of a place, and although Dun Sur Meuse is not the most obvious tourist destination it is an ideal stopover en route to Germany and has some nice places to eat and indeed there is plenty of history in the area in particular with regard to the 1914-1918 war if you wanted to stop a bit longer.