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All Year: Yes
Area (ha): 1.5
Persons: 2
Category: Homestay
Host ID: 45761
Country: Belgium

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Last Updated: July 14, 2017

We're an English teaching couple who have spent many years abroad and are now looking to continue to exchange cultural experience while realising our dream of sustainable living in the Belgian Ardennes. We'll be able to help with English and we would love to practice French and Dutch.
We have chickens, sheep and goats.

For June and July we are looking help indoors and vegetable garden/garden.

Looking to autumn anyone interested in foraging and/or jam making and apple pressing would be welcomed.
Everything is a work in progress so we can all help each other out with our combined experience.
We offer your own room and meals. We all help out in the kitchen.
If you are in the neighbourhood and would like to help, we are flexible it can be for a few days or a few weeks.
We have a bike you can use.
We are meat reducers so if you are vegetarian we're are happy not to eat meat.
4 hrs a day/5 days a week. The train station is 4 km. Bruxelles, Luxembourg is 1.5 hrs by train, Liege and Namur around 45 mins,

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