The Borders Lodge is a romantic 'spa' residence located on private property with a beautiful landscape garden where peace is central.
The house has a size of about 200 m2 on the ground floor consists of a spacious living room with adjoining kitchen, an entrance hall, master bedroom 'The Front Room' for 2 with dressing with 2 bed 1. 60 m width / 2. 00 m length.
There is also a one bedroom 'Cows room' with a bed of 0. 90 m / 02. 00 m
The bathroom with large walk-in shower is also equipped with a sink - towel dryer - hair dryer.
Of course, a washer and dryer.
There is a separate spacious toilet with washbasin.
Both the bathroom and the toilet are adapted for people with disabilities and are wheelchair accessible.
The fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher, stove, microwave, oven, refrigerator, and freezer.
The large lounge has English-style lounge with Chesterfield - HD flat screen - DVD player with a large collection of movies in different languages ??- Audio CD installation.
From the sitting room you through the garden doors a beautiful view on the large terrace with garden furniture and BBQ.
The dining room has a large table with 6 chairs and direct access to the kitchen.
Corner office with desk and unlimited wifi internet.
On the 1st floor is the "Attic Room" decorated in industrial style.
There is a 2 bed 1. 60 m width / 2. 00 m length - sitting area with flat screen HD DVD player for the benefit of, a sink is present in this room.
This very large room of about 45 m2 can put an extra bed in one placed after mutual agreement.
* Free cot - high chair and baby bath are available during the stay *
The house is situated in a beautiful landscape garden where peace guarantees.
There is also a private spa with an indoor heated pool with water jet, sun shower (sun tan), a wood-fired Finnish sauna that can be used.
The domain and garden are completely sealed by means of a fence.
There are 2 free bikes available but use at your own risk.
For safety with respect to the pool and pond we accept: 'No children under the age of
With regard to hygiene, "pets are not allowed.
This is a 'smoking' property
Thank you for your understanding
** Our stay was 'gay' friendly **
The flax Koewacht village is a small rural village located on the Dutch / Belgian border and consists of two parts, the Belgian and Dutch Koewacht Koewacht that imperceptibly into each other.
The region is to create a paradise for beautiful cycling hiking, relaxing, fishing and of course continue to explore the historic cities like Ghent, Dendermonde, Antwerp, Holly, Middelburg and Veere
The North Sea coast is a 40 min drive from Time seems to have stood still and nature has remained with creeks and polders, dormant dikes, old smuggling routes and beautiful forest areas, such as the nearby "Heidebos' untouched.
Koewacht flax is known for its culture, there is, therefore, a flax museum in which the processing of flax is central. The location on the border gives a unique character to the village and is a palette of blue and green as the flax fields around the village in bloom.
The name of the village refers to the 'cows wait.
The geographical position on the border has to do with the emergence of Koewacht during the Eighty Years' War.
In 1586 the Belgian part belonged to the Catholic Spaniards. From Axel were regularly organized raids against the Spanish area. To protect the border, a series of forts made: the Line of Communication between Holly and Sas van Gent. Some forts is found only traces in the landscape back
Fort Masereel but eventually grew into a residential area that is now called Koewacht. The fort was predominantly inhabited by French mercenaries explains what the French words in the local dialect. On the site of the former fort is now the Church of St. James and Philipus. The oldest part (the tower) dating from the eighteenth century. For the present stone church was a wooden building where nothing is left. That location for the fort is not arbitrary. In the sixteenth century the whole area was very humid and the fort is situated on the highest part and therefore remained dry. It guarded the access to Moerbeke Polder Polder and Ried.
Due to the Belgian secession of the United Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1830, the village was divided into a Belgian and Dutch section.
Other Activities in the area: Canoe and kayak trips on the Zuidlede and Moervaart (possibility to rent it) wave - bird spotting - .............
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Nov 1 2013 - Dec 20 2013
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.