Situated in the midst of some lovely scenery, the pocket-sized town of ROCHEFORT is an excellent base for exploring the Ardennes. It's not an especially attractive place in itself, but it has none of the crass commercialism of neighbouring Han, and does have a good range of cheap accommodation, as well as other facilities like bike rental.
Rochefort follows the contours of an irregularly shaped hill, its long and pleasant main street, rue de Behogne, slicing through the centre from north to south, although the only things of tangible interest are actually outside the centre. The big deal is the caves, Grotte de Lorette. Buses to Rochefort pull in along the main street, rue de Behogne.