The guesthouse of charm "Les 3 officiers" is located in the village of Woël, very close to the sites of the "Saillant de Saint-Mihiel" and to Hattonchâtel. In the shade of the 12th century St Gorgon church (a historic monument), the property is a rich Lorraine farm dating back to the 17th century.
Its discreet façade, very typical of the Lorraine architectural style, hides a vast master residence.
You will enjoy the sitting room, where a welcoming fire is lit in season, for tea, for reading, cuddle up in a comfortable armchair, or simply to discuss with your friends.
It has taken three full years of restoration to allow the guesthouse "Les 3 officiers" between Metz and Verdun, to offer you a place where historic heritage and comfort meet as well as relaxation and refinement.
Restored with great care, the alcoves, the fire-places, the wood-paneling, and even a "flamande" ( skylight room, very typical of historic houses of Meuse in Lorraine), make past periods live again.
The garden of the guesthouse and its centenarian box trees welcome you in the shade of the 12th century fortified bell tower, an exceptional example of Lorraine historic heritage.