Room François is located on the first floor with a breathtaking view of the restored Art-Deco church Saint- Roch and the enchanting backyard and is luxuriously furnished for two people.. She includes a private desk with seats , a bathroom with shower , beautiful taps and a separate toilet , also a comfortable king -size 5 * bed with quality Belgian bed linen. For the finish, Maud chose the ‘Golden Lily’ Jacquard wallpaper with intertwined lily stems in the shade Midnight Blue from the William Morris collection at House of Hackney. Take a seat in the azure blue sofa that Mie has traditionally restored and imagine yourself back in the time of Servais .
Available in this room
At your disposal during your stay
Check-in and check-out: by appointment (digital code).
Possibility to request a welcome package ‘Villa Servais champagne and surprise’ or extensive package
adrien François Servais was born on June 6, 1807 and died on November 26, 1866. He was the builderhhonor of Villa Servais and, as one of the most famous cello virtuosos of the nineteenth century, made an exceptional contribution to the development of cello technique. Servais was the first to use the pin to rest the cello on. He introduced friends and students from all over Europe to his beloved Halle and his breathtaking compositions.