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Adjacent to the cozy lounge with fireplace is room ‘Cyprien’. This comfortable room for two people on the first floor of the guest house with a view of the 19the century lime tree and cedar tree is luxuriously furnished with azure blue and pink accents. You have a toilet in the bathroom and a fully equipped shower with beautiful taps from the Belgian producer RVB. You can dream away in the high-quality Belgian bed linen with which the 5 * bed was made or take a seat in a restored sofa, upholstered by Maud with a lot of passion and knowledge. The space can be transformed into one spacious family suite via a privatized hall, together with room ‘Misia’.

Equipment: comfort

This room can be combined with room ‘Misia’ to create one family suite.

Surface 14,7 m²

Parking with QR and number code


Bed 160 cm wide

Luxury breakfast with regional products included

Available in this room


Bath towels and products




Hair dryer

Pets not allowed

At your disposal during your stay

Transport reservation possible

Baby bed reservation possible

Charging station for electric car/bicycle (state when booking)

Shared lounge

Check-in and check-out: by appointment (digital code).

Possibility to request a welcome package ‘Villa Servais champagne and surprise’ or extensive package

Cyprien Godebski was born in 1835 in Méry-sur-Cher . His father Xavier Godebski was a Polish writer and through his grandmother on his mother’s side he also inherited Belgian roots. He worked the bas-relief in 1864Gioacchino Rossini for Villa Servais and thus got to know the eldest daughter Sophie. They married a year later in Halle and had three children: Franz, Ernest and Misia. He designed the two busts that still stand in the entrance hall of Villa Servais and in 1869 he made the statue of Adrien François Servais, which has been at the center of the Halse Grote Markt since 1871. Godebski’s works of art acquired worldwide fame. In 1872 he was knighted in Belgium in the Order of Leopold.