Our Bed & Breakfast is situated in Mesch, a picturesque, idyllic church village, which borders on the Belgian Voerstreek. Liege, Aachen and Maastricht are just a stone’s throw away. Mesch with its old monumental farms and hollow roads, surrounded by orchards, hawthorn hedges and hills is very popular for walkers and cyclists. People enjoy the tranquillity, nature, simplicity, sociability and hospitality! That is why this is the ideal starting point for various trips and day excursions.

In Mesch you’ll find the local Eetcafe ‘t Piepke. This is the place to be for lunch, dinner and of course a drink!

There are several bicycle- and walking routes through Mesch. You can download the different walking routes here. The ANWB Mergelland route (110 km) is also highly recommended. In the old village centre of Eijsden you can take the foot ferry across the Maas to Lanaye (Belgium). Feel free to ask us for more information about what there is to do in the area!

So near and yet so different! Just across the border in Belgium

  • Taste local products on the Sunday market of Aubel, 20 minutes driving from Mesch. The market takes place in a beautiful, authentic landscape and you can further relax in the Abbey of Valdieu (brewery).
  • Located between Liège and Maastricht, the Blegny-Mine is one of the four authentic coal mines in Europe. Here, the underground galleries are still accessible to visitors. Descend with the lift cage to another world. There is a presentation on the use of the machines and the underground equipment. You will learn all about the daily life of the “koempels”, their joys, sorrows, fears and working conditions.
  • A day at the Broukay Geologium Museum – Visit with a guide the ‘living’ museum at the Broukay Mill in Eben-Emael and the Eben-Ezer Tower.


Maastricht is the Burgundian pearl of the South. Its historical centre, small alleys, restaurants, museums, cinemas, theatre and shops make it a very attractive city. It is not for nothing that it has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Netherlands for years.

On the station side of the centre is the trendy neighbourhood “Wyck”. Here you will find the most innovative designer shops and charming restaurants.

Feel like a quiet walk near the city? Then the Sint-Pietersberg is the perfect setting. Various guided tours of the immense cave system are offered here. For a pit stop during the walk, we recommend the award-winning terrace and building (dating from 1846) of Buitengoed Slavante.


Aachen is located in a spacious cirque surrounded by vast fields, forests and hills. In front of the city, near the Drielandenpunt, lie the Hoge Vennen and Eifel nature parks.

The city is especially known for its vibrant life. The cosy shopping streets invite you to stroll, wander and shop endlessly. At Münsterplatz, it is a pleasure to stroll past beautiful shop windows of luxury specialty shops and traditional bakeries.

When the sun shines, the squares are crowded and musicians add to the holiday atmosphere.


Liège is known for its diversity of cultures and exotic restaurants; especially the Outremeuse district. Liège is a city of contradictions. The historical buildings contrast with the modern architecture. The largest city in Wallonia is home to many interesting museums, galleries, theatres and an opera.

Liège is home to the largest market in Europe: “La Batte”. Every Sunday, you can buy fresh (regional) products here during a pleasant walk along the Meuse. Liège is an attractive shopping city and, with all its restaurants, a perfect destination for burglars.