About this listing
A cosy 2 bedroom apartment with a big living room, nicely renovated.
You will enjoy its atmosphere and its location: in the living district of Ixelles, full of bars and restaurants. It is 2mn by walk from the Porte de Namur metro station, and 20mn by walk from the historical center.
You will enjoy the cosy atmosphere, and walking bare foot on the oak wooden floor. Enjoy taking a breath outside on the terrace.
You will have access to two bedrooms with double beds and a couch in the living room. We can also provide a baby cot upon request.
You will have an access to the whole apartment and to the terrace. A parking spot is available nearby (200m from the apartment) for an additional charge.
Interaction with guests
Living 200m away, we are always available if needed.
Matonge in Ixelles is a unique place in Brussels, where everything is accessible by foot: you are surrounded by dozens of restaurants and bars, you are 2mn away from a shopping area, from the movie theatre and from the metro station. It's a lively area. Walking to the city centre will let you enjoy very nice views of the city.
By bus, metro, taxi or by foot: make your choice! A parking is available in an underground parking nearby (2 minutes by walk) for 5 euros per day.
Other things to note
1st floor, thus no problem for the luggages. Spacious corridor to park kid strollers.
For all our guests:
1) Slippers are provided, and we will ask you to use them, in order topreserve the oak wooden floor.
2) If you want to invite some guest over, please inform us in advance.
For smokers: This is a non smoking place. Still, you can smoke on the terrace.
For pets' owners: Animals are not allowed, sorry...
For parents: Let us know if you need a baby cot, or a baby bath.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
We are, at the image of Brussels, a cosmopolitan couple: Julia is Polish and Will is French.
We particularly enjoy being surrounded by people from all other the world, to exchange with them, to learn from them...
We are more in favor of tearing down walls than building them (...) and, thus, cannot wait meeting you, wherever you come from!