‘’Edenglen’’(or “Paradise Valley”) is surrounded by a superb garden that has been redesigned by Marguerite and Cédric, your hosts. The garden contains many beautiful, large trees, huge beds of rhododendrons (which flower in May), hydrangeas, roses and other seasonal flowers. The house oozes charm. It was built in the 1930s in the English Tudor style, of red brick on a square plan, with large windows overlooking the garden. Two guest rooms are available upstairs. They are very cosy, decorated in pretty pastel hues, each with a tea and coffee tray. They feature excellent beds and bedlinen and very stylish bathrooms with pretty washbasins. Breakfast is served each morning in your hosts’ dining room on a prettily laid table. Against the bright green walls, guests can admire display cases, paintings and other souvenirs of your hosts’ many foreign travels. Guests also have access to the large lounge overlooking the garden and its terrace. A haven of greenery and calm, only a few kilometres from Wavre, Louvain-la-Neuve and Brussels.