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Rue du Thier, Somme-Leuze, Walloon Region, Belgium

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Description of Boterbloem

The house Boterbloem with a 2000 square metre beautiful garden stands on a hill at Moressée in the region Somme-Leuze. It is just 13 km away from Durbuy, the smallest city in the world. The surrounding is perfect for mountain biking and hiking as well as other kinds of outdoor sports. In the village, you can also play farmers’ golf – a funny version of golf. Delight your small ones with a visit to the recreation area Domaine de Chevetogne with 12 playgrounds, small leisure lakes with rowing boats, several swimming pools and abundant scenic nature. Do include a visit to the beautiful Meuse valley with Dinant as the highlight or the caves of Han in the list of your day trips. The house is relatively new and spacious. Enjoy the fantastic view of the surrounding through the windows of the living room with fireplace and an open kitchen on the ground floor. The hallway leads to two bedrooms and a bathroom. Two more bedrooms and a second bathroom are located on the first floor. Spend many beautiful moments in the holiday house Boterbloem. You can very well relax in the serene garden with stunning panoramic views.

Features of Boterbloem

  • 1 TV
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Freezer Box
  • Hi-Fi system
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee brewer
  • Electric cooker
  • Holiday cottage
  • Electric heating
  • Bicycles for rent nearby
  • Kitchen: Hot and cold water
  • Electricity incl during summer


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