À propos de ce logement
Averulle is situated in the lovely countryside right in the middle between Ypres and Bruges. It's a very silent rural area where urbanisation hasn't kicked in.
Averulle is a totally renovated cottage, situated in a patchwork of fields and meadows with cows, horses, sheep and birds. In short, you are in Flanders Fields. At Averulle we can accommodate 6 people.
Cyclists and walkers will have the possibility to stretch their legs and discover the hidden charms of our idyllic countryside.
The house has a spacious living room with flat screen TV, DVD player, radio, free wireless Internet, games, comics, etc.
The kitchen is fully equipped with all modern comforts (dishwasher, refrigerator, freezer, microwave, icemaker with delicious recipes, poffertjespan, waffle iron, wok) with a starter kit (basic products like coffee, tea, sugar and milk).
The bathroom has a washing machine and dryer, and there is also a hairdryer available. There is a separate toilet.
For children following facilities are available: 1 children’s cot, high chair, play pen, toilet seat reducer, potty, bicycle seat.
Averulle also features a sunny terrace with panoramic views in the enclosed garden with wooden garden furniture, barbecue and swing.
Note that smoking is not permitted inside and that pets are not allowed.
Accès des voyageurs
The complete house is yours to use including the garage, except for the storage room on the right side of the house. Heating is included in the price but during the winter months all heating costs above 10 euro per day will be charged separately. In other words: be smart and don't excessively heat the house when you are out and about elsewhere :). If you use these simple guidelines you should not excess the cost of 10 euro per day (I checked it myself to have an idea of how much one spends per day when not leaving the doors open etc. It worked out perfectly).
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I'll be present to welcome you and give you a small tour of the house plus instruct you of the safety regulations in place. I'm very familiar with the region and it will be a pleasure to point you out a few things which you won't hear or find that quickly in the touristic info available.
- I'm at your disposal for information and tips for interesting destinations nearby, restaurants, cosy coffee bars etc.
- Please don't smoke inside the house as this is strictly forbidden in Belgium.
- We'd appreciate if you'd select the garbage correctly in the available different dustbins in the garage.
- Please leave the house tidy, we'll clean anyhow, but with your help we can do it a bit faster.
- We offer free WIFI, don't abuse it by downloading heavy files or downloading illegal material.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
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I'm married to my lovely Mexican wife Maria who I've met through Airbnb when I was traveling through Mexico. How cute things can get :). Together we run 2 holiday houses in Ypres while my mum takes care of a holiday cottage in Handzame near Diksmuide.
The cottage in Handzame is an old house which my mother completely renovated. Kudos to her for the excellent job she did. The 2 houses in Ypres were bought a few years ago and have been completely renovated afterwards. We all have a social virus and are open for a good chat on local history and life in general.
So far we have had the pleasure getting hundreds of visitors from allover the world who stayed 1 night to 7 weeks even.
On a personal side I co-run the record label Alfa Matrix producing, releasing and distributing the music from over 40 bands including FRONT 242, RECOIL, PSY'AVIAH, AYRIA and many many more. Next to that I also am the chief editor of the online magazine Side-Line informing about industrial and electro music news, and that since 1999. And finally I also run a website on Hergé's compagnon Bob De Moor who played a big role in the Tintin albums since the early 50s.
While I'm professionally more busy with electronic music, I tend to prefer the more bluesy, jazzy side of music history during the evenings whilst reading a good book on politics, or a novel with a historic background. Dave Brubeck and Billie Holiday are the first names that come to mind. My wife on the other hand has a more latin temperament and as a result the tortillas, tamales, caldos are keeping me more than up to date with the delicious Mexican cuisine.