Hotel

Hotel

16 elegant rooms feature all modern conveniences and comfort so that you can enjoy a pleasant stay.

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Restaurant-Bistronomy

Restaurant-Bistronomy

A unique combination of tradition, with a wink to contemporary standards.

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Hotel-Restaurant Les Eleveurs

 

 


 

The highlights for a weekend in “Halle”

Hotel-Restaurant Les Eleveurs is centrally located, 5 minutes from the train station, with a family welcoming from Amanda, the hotel’s hostess, and Andy, the restaurant’s host.

Halle offers you a historic centre with shops, tourism (Basiliek O.L.V.), the Saturday market, an attraction, just 10 minutes from Brussels. At 5 km from the Provincial Domain of Huizingen, the rose garden of Coloma in Sint-Pieters-Leeuw, the Pajottenland with the castle of Gaasbeek, the Zenne Valley with several Geuze breweries, the fantastic Hallerbos, the ideal base for walking and cycling. Various walks via www.routeyou.com.

Possible guidance for sporty cyclists through the Pajottenland and Zenne Valley.

Then the beautiful terrace in the heart of the hotel, decorated to relax with an exceptional restaurant next door. Only on reservation because of the strict measures.

From 2 nights in the weekend 10% discount on your overnight stay with breakfast.


 

Having your meal at “Les Eleveurs”, what refers tot the breeders of the famous Brabant draught horses,
is a really relaxing experience.

The green and quiet outdoor part of the restaurant is the ideal place for culinary delight.


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Restaurant Les Eleveurs

A well-thought gastronomy and a top-class hotel.

The hospitable owners, together with their talented and dynamic team, are delighted to extend a cordial welcome to this stylish location where gastronomy has taken centre stage for generations. You will be pampered down to the minutest detail every time you take a culinary break, and will lack absolutely nothing in the attractive guest rooms either.

 

 


 

Works close to our hotel. When you arrive at the roundabout “Bevrijdingsplein” please ignore your GPS and follow the traffic signs.