Comfortable holiday home with three bedrooms, one bathroom and fun facilities: games room, table football, wood-burning fire place in the living room, garden with terrace and swing.
In this bright, large house, you can enjoy the spacious and pleasant living spaces and a super-equipped kitchen. The children will be delighted to find numerous games that will make their stay even more pleasant. Talk about fun, the table football is a hit with children and adults alike!
You are staying in the village of Baillamont, near Bièvre (called the beaver village) and Gedinne, on the edge of the province of Namur. A 3-star location to enjoy the Ardennes because a lot of possibilities await you: nature walks, recreational activities, bike rides (the new RAVeL being developed in the region), mountain biking, etc. And let?s not forget savouring all the best this region has to offer!
A no-fuss holiday home with a good price-ratio; what a way to start a successful holiday!
The house is situated along the main road but traffic is not continuous and the garden is fenced, thus safe for children.
The holiday home is semi-detached with the owners' house. Don?t hesitate to ask for their suggestions and good addresses in the region!
It is not allowed to organise student parties, bachelor parties, drinking parties,…
Pets not allowed
|As quiet as it gets
Absolute peace and quiet, house is located on the countryside, in the middle of nature, in a small hamlet, in a calm dead-end street,…
The house is located in a small village, you might hear sounds typical to the countryside, or some children playing outside,…
You will find yourself in a village centre, next to a road without constant traffic, you might hear the neighbours or farmers in the area,…
|Average noise level
A busy road passes next to the house, traffic sound is ubiquitous.
|High noise level
The house is located in the city centre, right next to a busy national road or close to the highway, at a crossroads, traffic sound is constant.
The Ardennes was also a strategic region during the two world wars. This past is nowadays valorised in museums and other marked-out walks."