Lay-out of the garden level :
4 x bedrooms (2 x bed 1 pers)
1 x bedrooms (4 x bed 1 pers)
1 x bedroom (6 x bed 1 pers)
2 bathrooms : 1 x 2 showers / 2 washbasins, 1 x 3 showers / 3 washbasins
2 x toilets
Lay-out of the ground floor :
1 kitchen (2 x 2 ovens, microwaves, 2 x dishwashers)
1 living room/bedroom (Cable TV, fireplace, videorecorder, DVD, HIFI)
2 x bedroom (bed 2 pers.)
1 bathroom (bath, shower ,washbasin)
2 toilets (washbasin)
(2 baby’s cots, 2 baby chairs)
Lay-out of the first floor :
2 x bedrooms (beds 2 pers)
1 bathroom(washbasin, toilet)
Lay-out of the second floor :
1 bedroom (6 x bed 1 pers.)
1 bathroom (bath, shower, 2 x washbasins)
General informations :
• Duvets available, bring your own bed linen or possibility to rent them on the spot (10€/pce) as well as bath towels (2.50€/pce).
• Cottages have central heating, terrace, garden, garden furniture, barbecue, parking, water supply, dogs are allowed.
• A cash security of 800€ is asked on the day of arrival.
• Lodging expenses will be deductible from this security at the end of your stay (energy costs: heating, water, tourist tax, dustbins, wood…)
• Pets are not allowed
Stay in Annevoie
Walks are suggested, starting from the cottages.
(walking maps are available at 7.00€/pce)
The village of Annevoie has a superb heritage in store for you.
Residents have free entrance to the Gardens of Annevoie.
A word of History…
During the second half of the XVIIth century, various small industries were established on the banks of the brook called « le Rouillon » as well as in the valley of the Meuse (forges, foundries, mills etc…).
Thus, the Mill called Moulin du Neuf Fourneau was erected in 1647 and the “Forge Aminte” in 1669. The actual mill is the only remnant of this lot.
Around the year 1750, Charles de Montpellier extended his castle and started to create his greenery and water garden. For his fountains and cascades, he used the water of the village’s four natural springs and those of the Rouillon. His hydraulic system is quite ingenious because it uses neither machinery nor pumps to make the fountains and cascades work.
All the water of these marvellous gardens finally arrives in the garden of the Forge Aminte in the shape of a waterfall.
The Dutch general Howen made a drawing of the Forge Aminte in 1820. In those days, Belgium was part of Holland. In the Mill of the Gardens of Annevoie you will find a reproduction of this drawing.
The Forges’ main activity in 1830 was the production of cast iron street lamps.
n 1855, the name “Forge Aminte” changed to “Moulin Debras” because it became property of the Debras family. The forging activities came to an end and the mill was exploited for the production of flour.
These activities prospered until 1954 but then practically all buildings were torn down, fortunately with the exception of the mill with its waterwheel. In the house, restaurant “Le Blute-Fin”, named after an XVIIIth century cooking utensil, was established. After 1980 the restaurant was called “Le Moulin d’Henriette”.
Since 2001 the house has been transformed into a cottage.
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