This was built in the second half of the 19th century, and was intended to supply Hermanmont chateau with ice. The ice was brought from neighbouring lakes. A central block and an entrance airlock made of local schist form the core of the building. In the central block, the inner chamber is separated from the outer wall by a void which provides better thermal insulation. A turret with a spiral staircase and a lantern tower were added to the construction. The whole building is topped with a slate roof.
Minimum number of people (Group) : 10
Maximum number of people (Group) : 20
Spoken languages : Français