Les Duves, which takes its name from its former life as an old sawmill for cutting marble, is owned by the same folks behind the beautiful (and previously featured) Le Classe. Architectural photographers Anne and Jean-Luc Laloux (known in the magazine world for their interior design photography) rehabbed the old stone mill and designed much of the furniture inside–like the cool wooden divans on wheels. While the exterior of the old mill is mostly untouched, they gave the interiors a rustic-modern makeover, favoring furnishings like a rugged wood dining table and a dark slate farmhouse kitchen with peeks of crumbling stone. But don’t let all that detract from the real draw here: the rolling countryside. There’s tons of outdoor space, including the outdoor dining area above, set in one of the ancient outbuildings.
Located 60 miles from Brussels, Les Duves sits right alongside the Burnot River. Sleeps 2-4. Prices start at $350 a night in low season.