The decor is beautifully designed and executed. In some ways very modern, it complements the age of the building and sets off the original features perfectly. Our room was in the tower but not the one at the top - it was so well appointed and the bathroom was exceptional. There are wonderful tiles in the rooms and corridors. Breakfast was very filling with breads, home-made jams and local cheeses, all served in a dining room which still shows off some of the history of the house and reflects the local produce from the brewery of Chimay.
The hotel embarked on a new enterprise on the very night we were there - they opened a brasserie - unfortunately we weren't aware of it in time to book but it looks lovely. The 1st floor conservatory is 'being done up' and will look great when it's completed.
Be cautious if you are searching for it - the Villa Adelaide name appears only on the front door. Look instead for Le Grand Reyve or Les Jeunes Pousses (which I believe is the name of the brasserie).
It is within easy walking distance of the town of Chimay and only a few miles out from the Scourmont Abbey (home to the brewery of Chimay) and to the Auberge Poteaupre which is the Espace Chimay visitor center a mile or so from the brewery.
Which all makes for a lovely hotel in a superb region of southern Belgium.