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Bed and Breakfast in Brussels

If you are looking for short term stay in Brussels one or few days we are offering to you:
- Your private room (and ensuite bathroom + toilet) has a surface of more than 25m² and is equipped with digital television, a desk, chairs, travel adapter, alarm clock,...
- A washing machine, dryer are at your disposal for a small extra charge.
- A ironing table and machine are available in you room
- Guest are always welcome to join us for a drink in the kitchen or living room.
- We will be more than happy to assist you to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. If you are looking for a nice restaurant, bars, sightseeing tips,... do not hesitate to ask.
- Free parking

The Montjoie area - where the house and your private room are located - offers a mix of ambiance during the day and tranquility at night for a good night's rest. Ideally located in a green area but near the main tourist attractions of Brussels, but also near, embassies, restaurants, bars, etc. It ensures you of a comfortable stay whether you are travelling to Brussels for business or leisure.
It is 5 minutes from all kind of transports that are very well connected with the rest of the city. You are 15 minutes far from center but still in calme, clean, green, beautiful and secure area.

The apartment is ideally located. For your information:
- Brussels Airport: 20 minutes by taxi or 30 minutes by public transport (metro/train)
- Parc with the lake ideal for jogging or biking: 5min walk
- Place Brugmann with its trendy bars, restaurants and one of the best fish restaurants in Brussels "Le toucan sur mer": 15 min walk
- Place Flagey with its lovely bars, restaurants and famous art deco building (Maison de la Radio) and Café Belga: 25 min walk or 15 min by tram.
-Place Chatelain - very trendy area with lot of restaurants and known for t's market on Wednesdays
- It has completely been renovated in Protected content .

For more info and pics, please contact me via PM Protected content .
Thanks and kind regards,
Lejla

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