Between the Water Castle and the marshlands
where the witches of Laarne used to live and where the noondevil had his territory ... at the hottest moment of the day ....
HOLIDAY COTTAGES IN THE RURAL SUBURB OF GHENT
The blue cottage
he Blue Cottage (30m2) sleeps 2 and is built
with floors in antique tiles and Bourgondian flagstone.
Walls are made of old Flemish brickstone, restored in the
manner of medieval construction system and decoration forms.
There is a cozy living corner with fireplace and couch,
lcd TV and DVD player, WiFi internet. The sleeping corner
has comfortable twin hotel beds (put together), decorated
in old prince style. The wardrobe is antique pine from Germany/Austria.
View of the dining corner and kitchenette.You
will also find a private bathroom with shower, sink, toilet
and heated toweldryer.
The 2 cottages are are situated in the
central court of our 18th. century farm and each has a private
entrance and own key. On the court you can park the car,
enjoy the gardens and meet other guests.
The green cottage
he Green Cottage(35m2)was the first cottage to be restored and
sleeps 2 + 2. All materials were selected with respect to the
past construction: Old Flemish brick for the walls, roof in cedar
wood, floors in flagstone with lines of marble.
The sleeping corner has twin hotel beds (put
together), decorated in old medieval style. In the front there
is a cozy sitting corner with comfortable large couch (can be
transformed into sleeping couch) near the fire place and a lcd
TV and DVD player.
The cottage - with private entrance - has a
bathroom with toilet and shower, central heating. Free WiFi is
available. A sun terrace with table and chairs gives access to
a big park garden.
A nice oakwood kitchenette is at your disposal: For the cooking
lovers, to prepare something gastronomic when they are in a romantic
mood, for the functional people to save on their restaurant costs....
The fridge is also a mini bar with selected Belgium beers, wines,
waters and soft drinks.
There also is a dining corner and a wardrobe, both in antique
pine. The wardrobe itself is from the region of Strasbourg (German/French
border) and built around 1850 - 1880