We’ve been living in this house since last 5 years. Never had any security issues or face any trouble.I live by my self with my family, 2 cats and a turtle and I got five bedrooms house. We speak English, French, Dutch and Romanian
You are renting a charming, comfortable and light basement two rooms apartmen with a corner office,1 single bed, 1 double bed, 1 single pullout bed, 1 double pullout bed, one bathroom.
Kitchen accessible if you'd like to cook. Private communal garden if smoking is necessary or if you would like to have your breakfast outside.
Free 24/7 wifi connection, TV, heating, juke box, good transport.
The guests can count on our assistance during all their stay. We're glad to help you with the best advice we can give. If at any time you feel anything is missing just let us know and we're sure we'd organise it.
A light breakfast is provided daily ( coffee and milk, tea, cereals of toast ).
We love giving our guests the freedom as though it is their house so they feel at home. We only ask mutual respect.
We look forward to welcoming you :)
JETTE - Very friendly, market of Sunday, full of small bars, restaurants for each pocket, shops, parks ( Heysel), the cathédral of Koekelberg, etc...... People are cosmopolitan...... Really nice..... Almost a village in the city center ......
BRUSSEL - the home of the European Union, beer, chocolate, waffles and the best chips in the world, wonderful architecture, the most beautiful square in Europe - The Grande Place, flea markets, the huge park in the very centre of Brussels - Cinquantenaire, good festivals, green areas - Bois de la Cambre
If you'll come:
- By the train:
From the Gare du Midi (Eurostar/ Thalys terminal): take the tube 2 (Simonis) or 6 (Roi Baudouin) to the station Simonis. After, take the bus 13 or 14 ( UZ ) or the tram 19 ( De Wand) to Broustin (first station).
- By the plane:
From Zaventem ( Brussels National Airport): take the train to Central Station and then take the tube 1 ( West station) or 5 ( Erasme) to Bekkant. Then you have to change and take the tube 2 (Simonis) or 6 (Roi Baudouin) to the station Simonis. After, take the bus 13 or 14 ( UZ ) or the tram 19 ( De Wand) to Broustin (first station).
From Charleroi Airport: take the bus ( The Brussels City Shuttle is the easiest way to travel to the airport from Brussels. The bus times are scheduled to fit in with the flight times and they start running at 3.30am. There is a bus every 30 minutes to Bruxelles Midi ( Rue de France) and then take the tube 2 Simonis Elisabeth. After, take the bus 13 or 14 ( UZ ) or the tram 19 ( De Wand) to Broustin (first station).
- By your car:
park in the street or near: 2 hours free , Sunday free
parking card in the street : 1 day: 3€
park in a public parking ( Place Simonis 24 Koekelberg, 5 min to walk from house): 1 hour: 1,20€ - 1 day: 8,40€