Guests at the urban holiday homes may enjoy a pleasurable ten-are garden and its famous Araucaria araucana (a tree native to Chile and commonly called “monkey puzzle tree” because of its sharp edges and tips). It was planted in 1908 when the house was completely built. The garden is also planted with a hornbeam and a walnut tree. In Spring the tall magnolia and the rhododendrons bring wonderful joyful colours to the place.
The courtyard has been enhanced with two terraces which will welcome the guests of both apartments. Around the property a four-hectare city park with several types of surroundings will invite you to wander or go for a jog. If you like walking, running or riding a bicycle you will be able to enjoy several nearby tracks of the RAVeL network (former railway lines or towpaths).