Sensitively and elegantly restored to bring out this historic building’s natural character, this vacation home rental in Belgium’s city of Ghent is a well preserved example of the historic townhouses that line the cobblestone streets in the town center. Owned by a native of the city and restored by Rearch Architects, the three story home is famous for its bronze statue on the corner called ‘Het Breistertje’, which means ‘The Knitster.’
Originally made by French sculptor Jean-Pierre Clemençon for the 1976 exposition “Formes Humaines” at the Rodin Museum in Paris, the artist subsequently decided to build the sculpture into the facade of the house and it remains a unique part of its identity today.
|Bed Type||3 Doubles, 2 Singles|
|Pet Friendly||No pets allowed|
|Min. Stay||2 nights|
|Check-In||3:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
|Tax||No taxes (Rate includes tax)|
|Sec. Deposit Due||Deposit required at check-in with cash|
The guest will receive a refund, less the BoutiqueHomes service fee, if the booking is canceled at least 30 days before the start of the stay. If the guest cancels 14-30 days before the start of the stay, they will receive a 50% refund. If they cancel within 14 days of the start of the stay, no refund will be given.
BoutiqueHomes Service Fee is non-refundable.
|Notes||Self check in with keypad If you damage the house you may be charged up to $600. No smoking No parties or events No loud noise after 22h (10PM) No student groups!|