Maison d'Amitié was originally called 'Villa L'Abri' and was designed by the French architect François Roussel. The Villa dates from 1908, a time when wealthy Brussel residents sought their way to prestigious holiday homes, preferably at a stone's throw from the sea and tennis courts.
Today we open up the house to everyone who wants to enjoy a carefree holiday with friends and family. The house is within walking distance of the sea and the beach: ideal for long walks in the winter or to enjoy the sun during the summer. The holiday home has a nice garden with a pleasant sun terrace and counts 5 bedrooms (12 people: 8 adults + 4 children) and 3 bathrooms. For the children there is a nice play corner both outside and inside.
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