‘, you can stay one night… you can stay one month…
The history of the property goes far along. The land was a gift of Margaretha of Constantinople in 1275.
In the late 16th century a small monastery with about 10 monks was founded depending from the North French Cistercian Fathers abbey ‘Vaucelles’. The main goal of the monks to come here was to build dikes & to protect the land from getting flooded.
Today, the Garnier family turned the property into a magnificent place to stay. The property consists out of buildings of the 17th, 18th & 19th century, which have al been carefully restored and surrounded by a garden purely designed with lots of boxwood. The result is very romantic & serene.
‘We feel lucky to have the chance to live in a magnificent place called ‘Vaucelleshof’, where the light is strong and the Flemish country feeling is present’