1 Mar 2016

L'ORANGERIE

Since the Mont St. Jean  farm near the Waterloo Lion, has been renovated for the bicentenary of the Waterloo battle, behind the farm a new Brasserie was built which starts to have a lot of success. You can eat there or just have a drink. It is quite big and ideal for receptions, or meetings. Although it is modern, it looks a bit Art Deco and gives a cosy feeling.



The farm had been a ruin and now it looks very nice there is also the distillery of the Waterloo beer inside.



On a huge parking space this bus welcomes you






The old barns are decorated with old tools and other things used in the past.



Along the opposite barn are straw bales making a wall, which of course dog Charlie had to water.



and then you arrive at the Brasserie






The views from there are stunning, as far as you can see only fields. The terrace in summer is always full.







and this is the bar where we sat on Sunday on comfortable leather sofas and chairs.



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11 comments:

ladyfi said...

Ooo - what a lovely place!

Klara said...

the bar looks cozy.

Andrew said...

It may take some time, but I think it will all come together in the future. The Brasserie is a good start.

Tamago said...

That looks such a beautiful and peaceful place. I love the design of the Brasserie with glass walls and high ceiling! The view from terrace is stunning!

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Loree said...

It's been done up very well. Perfect for a cosy meal.

Fun60 said...

Comfy leather sofas sound perfect.

carol l mckenna said...

Fascinating and creative photos!

Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

Ann, Chen Jie Xue 陈洁雪 said...

no windows in the farm. won't it be hot?

Pondside said...

The Brasserie looks like a lovely place to relax after a walk - I love all the glass!

Sandra Carlier said...

A nice report ! A place to visit next time !