My loft, in the heart of Brussels, is at the same time stylish and warm. It is situated at the second floor of a former leather clothing business, and is...
Where is it?
You will be staying in a quiet and green area very close to Brussels. It is called the pajottenland. Pieter Bruegel, the Flemish Renaissance painter famed for his unforgettable peasant scenes and landscapes gained much of his inspiration from the area we now know as Pajottenland.
Brussels city centre is only 25 min from the house and offers you a varied range of cultural possibilities. The other main historical sites are all in less then one hour like the medieval city of Bruges (less than 1 hour), Ghent, Antwerp, etc. If you like to visit some other European cities, while you are here this is your ideal location: Paris (1,5h by train), London (2,5h by train), Amsterdam (2h by car). Other places are closeby as well.
Discover the excellent Belgian cuisine and the rich artistic and cultural life that our country has to offer: summer festivals (jazz, pop and rock), performing arts, exhibitions, musea, historical sites, go for a bike ride or hike in the green and hilly 'pajottenland' where we live, or a hike in the South of Belgium (1 hour to 1,5 hour drive) where you can admire the small and picturesque villages, castles and abbeys.