One-third of the properties (39.86%) in Belgium are house rentals. They are the most common properties on offer there. The average size of house rentals in Belgium is 198 m², with an average price of £224 per night. Moreover, most house rentals in Belgium are able to host groups of 10, which makes Belgium an ideal destination for large groups. You can also look at other types of accommodation in Belgium. Apartment rentals are another typical type of accommodation in Belgium, with 8,858 offers listed. Apartment rentals have an average size of 74 m² in Belgium.
Choose the perfect holiday letting
Best holiday rental deals in Belgium
21,171 beautiful accommodation options from 44 different partner websites, including Booking.com and Casamundo, are listed in Belgium. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo brings you the best deals as well as the highest rated accommodation options in Belgium.
Recommended holiday lettings in Belgium
Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Belgium from just £23 per night
Holiday rentals with wifi
Holiday cottages, homes & apartments with sauna
Holiday homes and cottages with a garden
Popular holiday rental amenities in Belgium
Our filters can help you find your dream rental in Belgium. It's easy to find a holiday letting meeting your needs in Belgium if you need internet access during your holidays or you never miss an episode of your favourite show, since a lot of the lettings offer internet or TVs. You can even find lettings if you enjoy soaking in the hot tub (3,141 rentals include jacuzzis in Belgium) or you plan to go fishing (2,509 rentals with fishing).
Price and Availability Index for Belgium
Holiday Letting Price Information in Belgium
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Belgium. Prices during one week in July (10/07 - 17/07) go up to £137 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. The cheapest week is in November (06/11 - 13/11). Prices fall to an average of £96 per night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Belgium
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Belgium. It is in January that you will find the week with the fewest available holiday lettings (01/01 - 08/01). It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in September (25/09 - 02/10), when 91 of the rentals are still available.
Appreciate the local food and beauty in Belgium holiday home lettings
Belgium, frequently hailed as the ‘Capital of Europe’, is a small country that’s nonetheless full of exciting opportunities for travellers. You can enjoy delicious cuisine, fascinating cultural sites and a number of attractive locations for excursions. Booking a holiday apartment in Brussels and other cities in Belgium is an excellent way to experience this richly varied country.
Enjoying Belgium’s legendary cuisine
As a multilingual country that hosts several international governmental organisations, it’s no surprise that its culinary scene is also very varied. It reflects a mixture of neighbouring countries' food, such as Germany, France and the Netherlands, with its own unique spin on many of these cuisines.
Moules-frites (mussels with fries) is one of its most beloved dishes along with carbonade flamande, a Flemish beef stew flavoured with beer. Of course, you can also savour Belgium’s favourite drink in its many pubs. Beer is usually served in large glasses, including Leffe, Stella Artois and many regional varieties.
Booking a holiday letting in Brussels, you can enjoy fine dining at Sea Grill or La Truffe Noire, the latter specialising in luxurious dishes made with truffles. The Jane in Antwerp is located in the chapel of a former hospital, and Grand Café Horta is housed in a magnificent art nouveau setting. For more low-key options in any town in Belgium, head to a brasserie and enjoy a great taste of the local food.
Art and culture in the cities of Belgium
If you’re into exploring the cultural side of a country, Belgium certainly won’t disappoint. As a meeting point for global organisations, the city has developed a diverse art scene with many regular events and exhibitions.
In Brussels, for example, see the Bozar Centre for Fine Arts. It has an incredibly varied range of events and exhibits on cinema, dance, literature, music, architecture, and much more. Other cities such as Antwerp are also excellent for cultural visits. Here you can visit the house of painter Peter Paul Rubens, converted into a museum that exhibits his life and work.
Excursions around the towns and cities of Belgium
The great thing about Belgium is that its compact size means you’re never too far from another wonderful city or natural wonder in the country. An option is to set up base with your holiday letting in Brussels and make day trips or longer excursions to nearby towns. Ghent, Antwerp and Bruges are just a few hours away by car or train. Lille in France or even Luxembourg City are within a two-hour drive.
Hoge Kempen is one of the country’s biggest national parks, with lakes and sprawling green spaces making it the perfect spot to escape the city for the afternoon. Cycling is popular here and is a great way to take in as much of the gorgeous surroundings as possible.
We compare more than 2,000 providers, including: