Unusual bedrooms in Belgium
1) The Wooden Horse at La Balade des Gnomes
Nothing prepares you for a night in this eccentric hotel. Located in an isolated village in the Ardennes, it was designed by architect Dominique Noël next to his restaurant La Gargouille. Inspired by the stories of Robert Louis Stevenson and Lewis Carroll, Noël has carved out ten unique rooms incorporating endless surprising details. You can sleep in a mock forest with fish swimming in a stream, a boat floating in a pool or a gypsy caravan. But the wildest room to book is a wooden horse reached by a drawbridge with an interior on three levels. Children absolutely love spending a night here, although some might find it a bit too weird for comfort. The owners only speak French.
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Hidden Belgium takes you off the beaten track and sets out to prove that Belgium is in fact one of the most interesting states in Europe.
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