Jan en Sarah in Maison Botanique

At the end of the 19th century, the landowners of De Panne were open to more tourism. The construction of the Zeelaan was the first project in this regard. Architect A. Dumont was appointed to design a residential area. It was important that the dune landscape was taken into account. This is how the famous Dumont district was created known for its various houses in typical cottage style in between the dunes. Les Lauriers was also one of these beautiful homes. The dune landscape ensured that this district was characterized by narrow winding, hilly streets. All this contributes to the charming character of the district. Here you can really experience how the beau monde of yesteryear spent their vacation on the coast.

Years later during the fall break of 2019, Jan and Sarah were on a trip near the Dutch coast. Sarah finally gave in to the question that Jan had been repeating ever since he had been employed at Plopsaland De Panne. Do you want to move to the coastal city of De Panne? Sarah always resolutely answered no, because she would never leave her beloved city of Ghent. But that weekend in Noordwijk changed her mind. And so she curiously started to scroll on immoweb. Her eye fell on Les Lauriers, a beautiful Belle Epoque villa in the Dumont district. And then she said to Jan, I’m moving along, but only if we’re going to live in this house. Jan gasped for air, because Les Lauriers clearly needed a major makeover. But no sooner said than done, they went to visit Les Lauriers and it was clearly love at first sight. This is how the idea of Maison Botanique arose. A holiday home in an authentic setting.

As experienced travelers, Jan and Sarah believe that staying in a unique setting can be an experience in itself. This is what they want to achieve with Maison Botanique. Here you will stay in an authentic setting with a nod to the cottage past, but with all modern comforts. Their love for flowers and plants also plays a central role here. Would you like to experience this yourself? Book your stay In Maison Botanique today.

 

At the end of the 19th century, the landowners of De Panne were open to more tourism. The construction of the Zeelaan was the first project in this regard. Architect A. Dumont was appointed to design a residential area. It was important that the dune landscape was taken into account. This is how the famous Dumont district was created known for its various houses in typical cottage style in between the dunes. Les Lauriers was also one of these beautiful homes. The dune landscape ensured that this district was characterized by narrow winding, hilly streets. All this contributes to the charming character of the district. Here you can really experience how the beau monde of yesteryear spent their vacation on the coast.

Years later during the fall break of 2019, Jan and Sarah were on a trip near the Dutch coast. Sarah finally gave in to the question that Jan had been repeating ever since he had been employed at Plopsaland De Panne. Do you want to move to the coastal city of De Panne? Sarah always resolutely answered no, because she would never leave her beloved city of Ghent. But that weekend in Noordwijk changed her mind. And soshe curiously started to scroll on immoweb. Her eye fell on Les Lauriers, a beautiful Belle Epoque villa in the Dumont district. And then she said to Jan, I’m moving along, but only if we’re going to live in this house. Jan gasped for air, because Les Lauriers clearly needed a major makeover. But no sooner said than done, they went to visit Les Lauriers and it was clearly love at first sight. This is how the idea of Maison Botaniquearose. A holiday home in an authentic setting.

As experienced travelers, Jan and Sarah believe that staying in a unique setting can be an experience in itself. This is what they want to achieve with Maison Botanique. Here you will stay in an authentic setting with a nod to the cottage past, but with all modern comforts. Their love for flowers and plants also plays a central role here. Would you like to experience this yourself? Book your stay In Maison Botanique today.

Jan en Sarah in Maison Botanique