Looking Over Exceptionally Countryside

The three local-stone farm buildings of Airbois farmhouse look out over exceptionally beautiful countryside and offer panoramic views of the upper Meuse valley. Set amid fields and woods, the house has been magnificently restored by Marie-Christine and Alain Crespeigne, two talented painters who specialise in hand-painted ceramic tiles.

Looking over exceptionally countryside
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Yvoir, Namur, Belgium

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16/09/2014

The Airbois farmhouse

The three local-stone farm buildings of Airbois farmhouse look out over exceptionally beautiful countryside and offer panoramic views of the upper Meuse valley. Set amid fields and woods, the house has been magnificently restored by Marie-Christine and Alain Crespeigne, two talented painters who specialise in hand-painted ceramic tiles. The interior reveals a very tasteful choice of furniture, colours, fabrics and other materials. Guests are assured of a very warm welcome here and can choose from one bedroom in the main house or four others in a neighbouring house. Each room has a shower-room or bathroom, decorated with some of the owners' hand-painted ceramic tiles. Guests can also use a lounge with private terrace and a swimming pool. they can also enjoy walks through the 30-hectare voluntary nature reserve and find out more about the owners' initiatives to boos biodiversity there.

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