Zuid42 is a cozy and light house with 3 floors (140 sqm) in a quiet street in the neighbourhood ‘Zuid’ in Antwerp. With the exception of the basement Zuid42 is completely available as holiday home for a party of up to 6 adults (+1 baby in a cod). The interior is inviting and practical with comfortable beds and nice detailing. The area is beautiful and lively with museums, fine dining and streetfood, bars, shops, playgardens and in close proximity to public transport.
Behind the front door you’ll find a spacious hall with a small cabinet for shoes, bags and other items, a coatrack and enough space to put a pram for example. The livingarea on the ground floor is decorated with a large sofa and a round dinertable. On request toys, puzzles, books and a high chair for children can be facilitated.
The open kitchen which is also situated on the ground floor is fully equiped with a Nespresso coffeemaker, milkfoamer, kettle, toaster, microwave and stove.Besides there’s a toilet and a small outdoor area.
From the hall a flight of stairs leads to the first floor where a bedroom and a bedroom/livingarea are situated next to each other. In the cosy bedroom a large electric slatted bed of 180x200cm is placed.
The livingroom on the first floor is furnished with a large (sleeping) sofa, a comfortabel chair and a television with cable tv. When 6 people are staying at Zuid42 this livingroom is converted into a bedroom with a bed of 160x200cm. By closing a curtain the sleepingarea is seperated from the nighthall to the second floor.
On the second, and highest floor of the house you’ll find the master bedroom with a boxspring of 200x200cm. On request this bed can be made up as two single beds. The spacious bathroom with shower, sinks and toilet is also situated on the second floor.
The Coquilhatstraat is a straight street which is part of the original allotment of 1875 of this part of town. The street is situated between the Zwijger- and the Verbondstraat and is seperated by the De Vrièrestraat. Historically the name of the street was Vaderlandstraat but was renamed in 1891 after Aimé Coquilhat (1853-1891) who was vice governor of the former Belgian colony.
The Coquilhatstraat has the typical profile of a street at ‘the Zuid’, with a construction of late 19th century neoclassical cornices alternated with brick gables and with a monumental building as eyecatcher (source: inventaris onroerenderfgoed).
Zuid42 can be easily reached by car. Normally a parkingspace isn’t hard to find in close proximity. Parking needs to be payed for from Monday till Saturday from 9am till 10pm. A daypass is valid for 10 hours and costs €3,80. In the surroundings of Zuid42 several bus- and tramstops are located. The historical center (Grote Markt and surroundings) can be reached in a pleasant stroll of 20 minutes. It’s also possible to rent a city bike (Velo Antwerpen).
– Zuid42 is renovated and decorated with great care and I hope my guests will appreciate and enjoy it.
– A minimum stay of 2 nights is applicable for weekends.
– The price per night is based on 2 people sharing 1 bedroom. An extra €25 is charged when 2 people like to stay in 2 bedrooms.
– The use of a babybed with linen and blankets is €15 per stay. A baby till 2 years old who uses the cod is not charged for besides the use of the babybed.
– A deposit of €150 needs to be paid on arrival. This is returned at the end of the stay when all is well.
– Smoking inside is not allowed.
– No pets.
– The street is quiet and residential. Please respect the neighbours.