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An incredible place to stay

Stay a while and listen: nature, history and culture are within your grasp with the "Kabaisercher"

Attention: Ongoing works on the "Kabaisercher"

Due to the tense situation in the building sector, work on the "Kabaisercher" could not finish in time for the big opening. We are working tierelessly trying to get these 11 memorable sites ready for your visit, but you'll have to be patient a little while longer. This also means that we cannot take any reservations, nor comment on the prices and availabilities for the time being.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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No matter if you're looking to seep in the old water bassin, or on top of one - or much rather prefer to spend the night in an inflatable tent, under the stars? With these one-of-a-kind hiking huts, you'll make some unforgettable memories of a beautiful stay in the Minett Region

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  • Esch-sur-Alzette_PUMPITUP
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    Where? rue jean-pierre Bausch, L-4114 Esch-sur-Alzette

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Pump it up!
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    Where? Montée du Cimetiére, L-4149 Schifflange

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Waasserbaséng
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    Where? 14, rue de Schifflange, L-3313 Bergem

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Bergem
  • Kayl_Den Alen ARBED'S Büro_Copyright TETRA KAYSER ASSOCIES
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    Where? rue de l'Industrie, L-3774 Tetange

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Den alen Arbed's Büro
  • Rumelange_Haus Gonner_Copyright HSA - HEISBOURG + STROTZ ARCHITECTES
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    Where? Rue de la Bruyère, L-3714 Rumelange

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Haus Gonner
  • Bettembourg_Parc Merveilleux - Reenert_Copyright COEBA
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    Where? Route de Mondorf, L-3260 Bettembourg

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Parc Merveilleux "Renert"
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    Where? 82, place de Saintignon, L-4698 Lasauvage

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: La Sauvage
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    Where? Rue Joséphine Welu-Scherer, L-4429 Belvaux

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Gîte Bieles Réideng
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    Where? 2, Fond-de-Gras, L-4576 Fond-de-Gras (Niederkorn)

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Wagon Fond-de-Gras
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  • RRT-arriere-rev1
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    Where? 41, rue de la libération, L-4797 Linger

    Minett Trail Kabaisercher: Lénger Schoul

Spend your night in history and luxury

Ever dreamt of spending the night in great luxury in a small fairytale castle? What about sleeping in an elementary school building? Or on top of a water reservoir, or in a trains sleeping compartment? Not sounding very glamorous? We assure you: The "Kabaisercher" of the Minett Trail are a real highlight of the region. These hiking lodges combine a rich and varied past with modern materials, design and technology and will accomodate you in style and comfort.

All eleven different "Kabaisercher" were chosen for their historical link and location, tightly woven into the fabric of the Minett Trail. They consist of historical sites or buildings, renovated to allow their guests to fully enjoy the diversity of the Minett Region. To make these hiking lodges really unique, much care was employed to work together with the national organization of Architects and Engineers ("Ordre des Architectes et Ingénieurs-Conseils", OAI) to find the ideal candidates for these ambitious revalorization works.

The Kabaisercher: a history together with the OAI

The syndicate of the regional municipalities Pro-Sud and the OAI (Order of Architects and Consulting Engineers) jointly organised an architectural competition. The aim was to build hiking lodges - one per municipality - along the Minett Trail. By constructing buildings and/or renovating existing structures, extraordinary accommodations for hikers were to be created along the trail.

After a long, almost two-year prospection in the region, by a group of specialists, eleven sites were selected from over 100 proposals in close consultation with each municipality - one site per municipality.

The OAI was then invited to participate in this project, which fits in with its many activities to promote building culture, in order to make it an ambitious, innovative project worthy of a European Capital of Culture.

 

In compliance with the laws on the preservation of natural and historical heritage, each site was finally selected by each municipality on the basis of the criteria of feasibility, originality and functionality for future guests. These criteria also formed the basis for the evaluation by a multidisciplinary jury of the projects submitted by architectural firms from Luxembourg and the Greater Region. The offices were asked to invite artists and architecture students to participate in the design of their projects.