Organise a corporate event at the Villa Servais

Are you looking for a unique place to organise a team building or corporate event, with or without an overnight stay? Would you like more information about the possibilities for organising an exclusive event in the villa and its magnificent garden? Or would you like to combine your event with a touch of gastronomy, nature, sport or culture? Then the Villa Servais will meet all your expectations.

This recently renovated 19th century villa in neo-Palladian style is ideally located in the heart of Halle, close to the motorway, station and bus stop, and has two meeting rooms of 70 m² and 20 m², as well as a 40 m² “business lunch” area. You can also take advantage of our coffee corner. In an exceptional setting, you can concentrate on training workshops or a meeting, and during your lunch break, you can relax in the magnificent landscaped garden. The villa has a number of electric bicycles and charging points for your electric vehicle.

A visit to the centre of Halle can also be the perfect way to relax. There you’ll find lovely cafés and restaurants. Other activities are also possible: the Servais guided walk, aikido in the garden, a stroll along the canal…

Would you prefer to have a drink on site during the meeting or in the afternoon in the Grand Salon? Would you like to hire bikes for part of the day?

Contact us and we’ll be happy to make you a tailor-made proposal.

Ernest Van Dijck Library

The Ernest Van Dijck Library is located on the first floor of the Villa Servais and is open to our B&B guests.

It owes its name to the tenor Ernest Van Dijck, who married Augusta, the youngest daughter of François Servais, in 1886. He undertook several concert tours of America, performed in European opera houses and achieved great fame in Vienna as an interpreter of Richard Wagner’s operas.

The Ernest Van Dijck Library offers a unique view of the restored Saint-Martin Basilica through its three terrace doors. This is the ideal place to gather up to 12 people.

The library communicates with the Louis Thevenet lounge, which can accommodate a further dozen people.