Find the perfect tree house, cabin, chalet or nature cottage in Belgium, surrounded by nature! Stay in a garden treehouse, a hut in the woods or a farm cottage.
If you are looking for a short or long term destination, why not consider visiting Belgium? In this article, we will review the main reasons why you should consider a trip to Belgium. We'll also look at some of the benefits of the accommodation options you can find while staying in the different Belgian provinces. You will be able to find accommodation throughout the country that suits your search and your needs.
Belgium is a charming and varied country with accommodation options for all types of travellers. Whether you are looking for a small romantic camping space, a tree house or luxurious forest accommodation with amenities, this country is bound to have something for you.
There is a wide range of accommodation in Belgium, from campervans to luxury glamping. But if you're looking for something truly unique, why not try a cabin?
Cabins are usually located in secluded areas, giving you the opportunity to disconnect from the world and relax completely. You can enjoy nature and forget all your worries for a while. In addition, cabins are often equipped with all the necessary comforts, such as a fully equipped kitchen, a bathroom and even comfortable bedrooms.
In Belgium you can find different types of accommodation, but cottages are one of the most popular. Cottages are usually located in rural areas and offer an experience of country living. Most cottages have one or two bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom. Some even have a garden or terrace.
The chalet is a very popular type of accommodation in Belgium. It is usually a house or flat in the mountains or in the countryside. Chalets are often equipped with all the necessary amenities. Some cottages may even have a private swimming pool or a jacuzzi and sauna!
Belgium is a beautiful country with many things to see and do. If you're looking for something different for your next trip, why not try a tree house?
There are several places in Belgium where you can find tree houses. Most of them are located in forests, which will allow you to relax and disconnect from the outside world. You can enjoy the nature and the tranquillity that a tree house offers.
Treehouses can be equipped with all modern conveniences, including running water, electricity and heating. You will be able to fully enjoy your stay while surrounded by the natural beauty of Belgium.
Accommodation in Belgium is very varied. There are youth hostels, motorhomes, yurts, wooden chalets and of course tiny houses. Tiny houses have become very popular in recent years and are increasingly being seen on Belgian roads.
But what is a tiny house? Tiny houses are a trend that comes from the United States. They are very compact houses, usually built on wheels to make them easier to move. Most of the time, they are no bigger than 8 square metres and consist of only one room. They can be equipped with all the necessary comforts for living (kitchen, bathroom, sleeping) but the space is reduced to a minimum.
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Walloon Brabant is a Belgian province located in the Walloon region. The capital of the province is Wavre. Outdoor sports enthusiasts can enjoy the hiking and cycling trails that criss-cross the countryside. During a family road trip, you can also spend a day at the Walibi theme park in the heart of Walloon Brabant.
There are no hosts offering accommodation in Walloon Brabant yet, but you can still visit this region by staying in Hainaut, on the border with Walloon Brabant, chez Céline. She offers you a glamping stay in her yurt for 5 people.
Hainaut is a land of history and culture. The province has several UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Bois du Cazier Archaeological Park and the Mons Belfry. Hainaut also offers a wide range of accommodation, from luxurious glamping to rustic gîtes. Prices obviously vary according to the type of accommodation chosen, but it is possible to find reasonably priced accommodation in all categories.
In Flobecq, Steven and Daphne offer a glamping tent in a peaceful location in the forest of the Pays des Collines.
The province of Liege is located in the east of Belgium. It is bordered by Germany and the Netherlands. The province of Liege is known for its many tourist activities. The main tourist attractions in the province of Liège include the city of Liège and the Hautes Fagnes nature park for example.
In the region, you can visit a cave and taste local specialities while taking refuge in a mountain hut at Ton.
Belgian Luxembourg is a region rich in history and culture. The province has been inhabited by Celts, Romans, Franks, Burgundians, Spaniards, Austrians, French and Belgians. The influences of these different cultures are reflected in the architecture, cuisine and cultural heritage of the region. The province of Belgian Luxembourg offers a multitude of tourist activities. Visitors can discover castles, including the castle of Vianden, museums, botanical gardens, historical sites and picturesque villages. At Chez Tony, you can spend the night in a rustic farm trailer in Luxembourg.
The province of Namur is located in Wallonia, Belgium. It is a region rich in history and culture, with many tourist sites to explore. The easiest way to visit the province and the city of Namur is by cable car. The province of Namur offers a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets. The famous Chalet Rosée chez Luc will welcome you to spend the night in the province of Namur.
In Antwerp, there is plenty to see and do! The city is known for its unique architecture, museums, shops and restaurants. Here are some ideas for things to do when you are in Antwerp:
-Visit the Plantin-Moretus Museum: this museum is dedicated to printing and typography. It is located in the former workshops of the printer Christophe Plantin. - Take a walk along the river: Antwerp is a very green city with many parks and gardens. Along the Scheldt River there is a beautiful path for walking or cycling and enjoying the scenery.
-Stroll through the Antique Quarter: this is the best place to find old and rare objects. There are several shops and art galleries in this area.
-Taste Belgian specialities: if you like good food.
For hiking enthusiasts, Limburg offers many hiking trails that will let you discover the beauty of nature. And of course: Limburg is located in the Belgian Ardennes, and borders on the Netherlands. The eastern part of the Flanders region offers some of the most beautiful landscapes in the country. History and architecture lovers can visit the many castles and museums in the region. Finally, food lovers can sample the local specialities in one of the many restaurants in the region. The province of Limburg is home to a number of green spaces where you can camp, such as in the Jaak forest hut.
East Flanders is a Belgian region located in the north of the country, on the border with the Netherlands. It is a region rich in history and culture, and there is much to see and do. Here are some ideas for things to do and sights to see when you visit East Flanders. Take a walk through the botanical gardens of Ghent. Finally, experience glamping in the Karolien Forest Yurt to finish your East Flanders tour.
Flemish Brabant is a region rich in history and culture, making it an ideal holiday destination. There is so much to see and do in this part of the country, but here are some of the best things you can do here. Have you heard of pipowagens? Check out the experience in pipowagen chez Jef in Flemish Brabant.
There is so much to see and do in West Flanders! History and culture lovers will not be disappointed by the many museums and historical sites, while sports and outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy the beautiful landscapes and hiking trails. Top 3 things to do :
1. Discover the In Flanders Fields museum located in the city of Ypres.
2. Admire the magnificent stained glass windows of St. Martin's Cathedral in Ypres.
3. Explore the many canals of Bruges, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.
Finish your road trip in style by spending the night under the stars in the dome at Frits.
We don't have any hosts offering accommodation in the Brussels area at the moment, but you can always sleep in the outskirts and visit the city whenever you want!
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