Zalig Aan Zee

January 15, 2018 • KnokkeTravel

if you’ve been following along for a while, you’ll have noticed i am big fan of the ZALIG AAN ZEE properties at the belgian seaside. last year we not only celebrated my husband’s birthday in ONE OF THEIR BEAUTIFUL HOMES IN KNOKKE, but we also took some family time out with my parents in another one of their houses. since i always get so many questions whenever i share any glimpse of these houses on instagram, i thought i’d share some more photos from our last stay in november.

we completely lucked out with the weather – november can be super grey and dreary in belgium, but if the sun is going to come out at any place, it’s at the seaside. we went for walks on the beach every morning, collecting sea shells and building sand castles along the way. but for the rest of the day we mostly preferred to stay in at our beautiful home away from home and enjoy its lovely open plan kitchen, dining space and living room with fire place. if you’re interested in renting the same place, HERE is the link to it on the zalig aan zee website. this one had two bedrooms with en suite bathrooms and an extra bathroom all on the first floor, and a really big attic with lots of really cute beds for kids (or adults who don’t mind sleeping in single beds). juliet loved having the attic to herself! there wasn’t a lot of natural light to work with to photograph the house, but i hope the snapshots above can give you an idea of how stylish and practical the interior really is.

photos by stephanie duval • rental house from ZALIG AAN ZEE • special edition canopy for the stroller is WEAREHANDSOME x BUGABOO • mommy-daughter pajamas are from THE BRIGHT COMPANY • my light grey knitted sweater is from PLUTO ON THE MOON, juliet’s dark grey knitted cardigan is from MINIMALISMA

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