Book an overnight stay in the exclusive guest house or organize a theater performance, concert, opening , exhibition, or corporate event at Villa Servais and take a fascinating journey through history. this 19the neo-Palladian style villa of the century was home to cello virtuoso François Servais and, after years of thorough renovation by the De Poorter-Leschevin family, is ready to once again become a meeting place for young and old.
The city of Halle is located in the Senne valley. Together with the Pajottenland, this region has a lot to offer in the field of sport, culture, music, tourism and gastronomy. From a folkloric festival such as Carnival Halle and the Soldiers’ Procession in Lembeek to unique cultural heritage.
The town of Halle and its surroundings are known for their many traditions, folk festivals, museums and historic buildings and are happy to reveal their breathtaking secrets to you.
Throughout the villa you will find the many influences of foreign travels which François Servais undertook. From the Japanese murals to the sculptures by Cyprien Godebski, Villa Servais is home to an incredible cultural wealth. And there is always something cultural to experience in the city of Halle itself.
In Villa Servais you can enjoy culinary delights with an unmistakable nod to the many travels of the world-renowned cellist. And also for a gastronomic outing, Halle, a cozy town in the Pajottenland, offers many tasteful ideas of catering establishments for the small or slightly larger hunger.