Halle is a city that moves, lives and inspires. Villa Servais is the ideal location to organize a concert , exhibition, vernissage or theater performance. The beautiful Salle de Musique with the large windows and the breathtaking garden is a real source of inspiration for the artist. Would you like to rent the room for an artistic activity or exhibit your sculptures in the garden? Then be sure to contact us.
We also offer various packages in our B&B that are geared to cultural life: Carnival Halle, the Soldiers’ Procession in Lembeek, the Marian Procession, the Hyacinth Festival and of course the Queen Elisabeth Competition.
From Villa Servais you can easily reach the Grote Markt in ten minutes via the Basiliekstraat, where you will find the statue of François Servais by the sculptor Cyprien Godebski and the beautiful Gothic Basilica of St. Martin. The Art-Deco church of Saint Roch, known as ‘The Concrete Church’, has also been completely restored and is definitely worth a visit. In the month of May, Halle, also known as Mariastad, grows into a thriving place of pilgrimage and many pilgrims visit the imposing Basilica and the statue of the Black Our Lady.
Would you like to dive into history? Then definitely plan a visit to Beersel Castle, Gaasbeek Castle , the Malakoff Tower in Lembeek, the home of writer Herman Teirlinck or the domain of painter Felix De Boeck .
Or how about the 10000-Smeerhout Walk in Buizingen where you walk along beautiful spots that partly formed the backdrop for the VRT series ‘Witse’, a visit to the Regional products Center of Halle or on Brouwerij Boon, the Belgian lambic brewery in Lembeek , which has already won numerous international prizes with its incomparable Geuze. In addition to the classic Oude Geuze and Oude Kriek, this family brewery also makes the tasty Kriek Boon.