The Moulin Castral features two countryside gîtes, both awarded 3 épis, in Hollogne-sur-Geer. The 19th century building simply is perfect for memorable family holidays.
At the heart of the Hesbaye region, this former water mill dating back to 1646 is listed as cultural heritage of Wallonia. Renovated to keep its beauty intact, it can now welcome families and friends.
The water wheel still works, producing electricity for the lodgings.
Ground floor: lounge with a pellet wood stove, with the open space including the kitchen and the dining room.
First floor: parental suite separated in 2 spaces (on either side of the shower room and toilets). 1 room (2x1 p.) and 1 room (1x1p + 1x1p. - spare bed)
Outside: yard/terrace overlooking the river.
A second gîte (for 4-5 persons) is available on the same site.
The 2 gîtes, when combined, can host up to 10 guests.
The reception rooms of this historical mill can also welcome receptions.