appartment in historical renewed farmhouse with an inner-court yard.
Three houses for rent in the ‘Jezuďetenhof’, a farm near Wijgmaal-Leuven. The houses are part of the farm with gardens and an inner-court yard. The ‘Jezuďetenhof’ is a farm with a long history going back to 1450. It derives its name from the Jesuďte university college of the university town of Louvain. It remained property of the Jesuits until 1783. In 2003 the farm has been renovated again, respecting its history. The farm is no longer exploited by a farmer, although Wild Scottish highland cattle are running on the fields. Three newly built houses, located in the southern aisle of the building are weekly rented for visitors of Louvain and Flanders. The three houses all have modern comfort. The quiet environment of nature, the easy access from highway E314 (Louvain-Genk-Aachen) and E40(Brussels-Ostend-Ličge), located at only 5 km of the old university town of Leuven and at 25 km of Brussels, the centre of Belgium makes this holiday house an ideal starting point to visit Belgium
bathroom with shower, and WC in all houses and extra bath and bidet with separate wc in Sylvius
dining room, living room with TV, CD and DVD player
Every kitchen is equipped with a dishwasher, microwave, coffee machine, 4 vitroceramique cooking plates and refrigerator. Necessary kitchen utencils and tableware are available for 4 ( Sylvius) or 6 persons ( Goetseels – Cloeps). Water is soft through a central demineralisation. In the technical room a common washing-machine and dryer are available.
Every house has an independent central heating installation with timer thermostat, heating warm water for kitchen and bathroom. Electrical power is 220 V. Every house has a television with cable connection, DVD and CD player. Internet connection is available for laptops with a radio linked Ethernet connector. The houses are located in the southern wing of the Jezuďetenhof, Rotselaarsesteenweg 85, 3018 Wijgmaal- Leuven.
Bed, bathroom and kitchen towels are available.
House A (4 adults, 2 children) is named after Frans Goetseels (1780), the first farmer and owner after the farm was property of the Jesuit college at Louvain. House Goetseels has 2 bedrooms, a kitchen, a living and bathroom with shower. The bedrooms are on a mezzanine on the first floor accessible through an inner store. House B (4 adults, 2 children) is named after Jan Cloeps, the last owner of a patrician family living in Brussels that rented the farm to farmers before the Jesuits bought it. House Cloeps compares in size and structure with house Goetseels. House C (2 adults, 2 children) is named after Jan Sylvius (1450), a knight of Leuven, and the first owner that could be traced. House Sylvius has one large bedroom upstairs and one bigger living room with old oak parquet floor, a kitchen and a large bathroom with shower and bath.
The houses are accessible through a common corridor with door in the Southside. Everyone gets a personal special code number with which he has access to the common door and the door of his house. Private parking place is provided.
|From||To||Currency||Price||Per||Minimum Rental Period|
|01 January||26 May||Euros||400||Week||Week|
|27 May||31 August||Euros||460||Week||Week|
Reservation is made by E mail at following address and by payment of the total amount on fortis bank account with name Mulier Sels 230 0049543 93 fortis bank Belgium; Warandeberg 3; 1000 Brussel ( iban code BE98 2300 0495 4393 and bic code: GEBABEBB )
Friday between 18:00 and 22:00
We ask to arrive on Friday afternoon between 18:00 and 20:00 and leave on Friday before 10:00 am Price in euro: low season high season House Sylvius(2p+2k), Cloeps(4p) Week stay: 400 480 House Goetseels (4+2 p) Week stay: 600 720
belgium 00 32 486 729283
00 32 16 44 75 15
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