Authentic Chambres d'Hotes suitable for up to 11 people.
A spacious kitchen with a 'cuisinière au bois' which also feeds the central heating. Furthermore, two large rooms and a very spacious recreation room with nice chimney and wood stove. Here is also the entrance to the cave.
On the first floor there are 5 (!) Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a toilet, a very spacious library. and a laundry room. Finally, a large attic.
The overall state of maintenance is good and lends fine for permanent living. A number of things have been completely or partially renewed in the past 10 years All window frames and windows (double glazing!) On the ground floor and the floor have been renewed and the attic is insulated. The object has its own spring water and also a well. The septic tank was installed in 2014 and therefore completely on standard. With a tank of 5000 L. There is also a fixed telephone connection and ADS, heating: central heating on wood and some wood stoves. The water comes from a private source.
The inn is currently a well-run Chambres d'Hotes.
The garden consists of here and there scattered seating areas, shady trees, height differences, a babbling brook, fruit trees, a vegetable garden, etc. And the garden offers a lot of privacy. There are 2 terraces. total area is 1.5 ha.
Guus Kruis is known since 17/07/2018. You can contact the landlord in dutch, english, french, German.
The owner usually responds within 1 day.
The total habitable surface is 340m2
On the ground floor the kitchen is 6.5 x 4m, the two rooms are 5 x 6.5m and 6.5 x 4.7m. And the large living room measures 9.4 x 5.5m.
On the first floor are the bedrooms: 3 x 4m (2x), 3 by 3m, 3 x 3.6m and 6.8 x 3.6m. The library is 10.3 x 4.7 m. The showers are 3.3 x 1.4 and 3 x 1.7 m. Finally the attic: 60m2.
Downstairs is a spacious terrace where you can also eat in the evening. Upstairs is a large wild garden with lots of wild flowers, various private seats and a hammock by the pond.
The inn lies at 700 meters altitude. The mountains in the area reach up to 1200 meters. Direct surroundings are protected nature reserves.
In the vast forests you regularly see deer, foxes, wild boar and numerous birds of prey. Many small rivers flow, sometimes resulting in beautiful waterfalls. The beauty of flowers in spring and summer is overwhelming. Autumn also offers beautiful colors. Small medieval villages are like red spots in the open landscape.