The apartment will be the perfect base for business travelers (Nike, Genzyme, Bp,..) as well as tourists who love to discover the region. Famous belgian cities as Turnhout, Hasselt and Antwerp can be visited during day trips. ( Special conditions for long term stay, ask me! )
Nice apartment situated on the 1st floor. The building has a history that goes back to 1671. Nowadays 3 modern apartments are situated in here, of which only this one is available on Airbnb.
The apartment itself is recently constructed and comes with a fully equipped kitchen and a cosy living space, both on the back side of the building with views on the large garden and access to your private terrace to relax and watch the beautiful trees and birds in the garden. You’ll also find a bathroom with shower.
On the front side, 2 bedrooms are installed. One room with a large boxspring 180x200 and another room with a double bed, eatch 90x200cm. Please note that both bedrooms are on street side. Although curtains and double glass is installed I cannot exclude that traffic can be heard.
Guest have also access to the large garden with centuries-old protected trees and have their own garden house to leave their bikes during their visit.
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I will always be available for my guest in case they need more info or help.
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Normally only the corresponding number of bedrooms will be open (for example 2 people = the boxspring bedroom). The additional bedroom(double bed, bedroom) will remain closed. In order to use all 2 bedrooms, please let me know when you are making the reservation so I can prepare both.
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Hi I’m Pieter, 27 years old and always up for a good night out. From a cosy wine bar, to some trendy cafes or a good nightclub! Just as many of us on this website I share the same passion for travelling and discovering new places.
I enjoy a bit of everything as most people do, but love sports whether it is running , cycling or horseback riding. In addition, I try to keep my cultural horizons open by visiting museums/exhibitions (we do have some really nice ones in Belgium) and various events as well as eating out and tasting our lovely Belgian cuisine offered in many restaurants.