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Cottage in Tournai

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La Ferme Bleue

offers you

accommodations for tourism, whether it's for your vacation, a city trip, a business trip ...

This is in a magnificent old farmhouse dating back to 1893, located in Blandain, Belgium, just a stone's throw from the North of France and Lille.

The historic center of Tournai is accessible in less than 5 minutes

Furnished house for rent in Tournai

Furnished house for rent in Tournai

A house of 100 m² on two floors with a living room, dining room, equipped kitchen, laundry room, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, and 2 toilets

Our rental advantages

Our rental advantages

Easy parking on site

Bike storage available

Free WiFi

Apartment for rent in Tournai

Apartment for rent in Tournai

On the 1st floor, a fully equipped apartment of 220 m² with 3 bedrooms, TV, and separate bathroom.

Near the Ferme Bleue

Near the Ferme Bleue

Tournai 5 minutes away

Lille and Courtrai 15 minutes away

Ypres 40 minutes away

Bruges and Gent 50 minutes away

Brussels 1 hour away

House with all comforts

The house for rent for tourism and holidays is set within an old square farm, located in Blandain in Belgium in the city of Tournai, 15 minutes from Lille and Villeneuve-d'Ascq.

This house offers all the comfort whether it be for a weekend, a week, a month... With its 3 bedrooms, it can accommodate from 1 to 6 people.

A security deposit of €300 is to be paid in cash upon arrival.

Close to everything

In addition to being just 5 short minutes away from all major roads, shops, and healthcare services,
tourism is also within reach.

AirBnb Tournai Booking


5 minutes away


As one of the oldest cities in Belgium, it was the capital of the Frankish kingdom, playing a significant role during the Middle Ages and the Renaissance economically, religiously, and culturally.

Tournai is home to the oldest belfry in Belgium, and the Notre-Dame cathedral is an imposing piece of Romanesque art and Gothic architecture, famous for its five towers. These monuments are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

What you must absolutely see in Tournai are, of course, its cathedral, belfry, the Pont des Trous, city hall, medieval towers, etc.

Art is also very present in Tournai, with various museums available to you.

To discover Tournai, the best way is on foot. Head to the Tourism Office to start "The Heart of the Historic Center tour," which allows you to discover the city in a fun way and takes you on a journey through its heritage and history.

Cottage from Tournai

AirBnb Lille Booking


20 minutes away


Lille, a trading city since its origins, has been manufacturing since the 16th century, mainly around textile and mechanical industries. Today, as the capital of the Hauts de France, it is full of places to visit due to its history, but is also very lively due to its businesses and student life.

Must-see places include the Grand Place, the Citadel, the Old Stock Exchange, the old Lille, the Euralille district, the Porte de Paris, and more...

Also well-known for its flea market on the first weekend of September.

But Lille is also about its region, the Nord, where the remnants of the mining and textile history coexist with art.

Cities like Roubaix with its museum of art and industry, its city hall, its train station.

Lens with its Louvre museum, its slag heaps, the Vimy Memorial...

The historical mining center at Lewarde near Douai...

Airbnb in Tournai

AirBnb Ypres Booking


40 minutes away


Visiting the city of Ypres and its region is to discover the past of the great wars that caused enormous material and especially human damage there.

For example, you can discover and visit the Menin Gate, where nearly 55,000 names of British soldiers who fell during the First World War are engraved, various military cemeteries, the ramparts, and its different museums.

But it's not just Ypres; this entire region is full of visits to make, starting from Comines-Warneton with its battle of the canal and trench wars, going up to the North Sea where the battle of the Yser was also terrible.

For fun, there is of course the Bellewaerde amusement park in Ypres, an indoor ski slope in Comines, with also skydiving, paintball, and soon ice karting.

Booking in Tournai

La Ferme Bleue

Cottage in Tournai near Lille

La Ferme Bleue - Hameau d'Honnevain 23-24 - 7522 Tournai (Blandain) - 00 32 475 600 273

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