Gillard farm - My
Successively an outbuilding of the castle and a farm, this 17th and 18th century building marks the locality with its imposing silhouette
Once an outbuilding of the castle, this imposing U-shaped farmhouse has interesting 17th and 18th century buildings.
The high 17th century tower-porch, with its sloping roof topped with two crosses, echoes the church spire, like two symbols facing each other: the clergy and the lordly power.
To the left of the tower, the 17th-century main building opens almost exclusively onto the courtyard.
On the other side, the Gillard house, built in the 18th century from a 17th century core, opens more onto the street in order to show off its power and pomp, in the same way as later pleasure residences.
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Rue du Vieux Tilleul, 9 et Terre du Jardin – 4190 Ferrières
MAISON DU TOURISME OURTHE-VESDRE-AMBLÈVE
Rue de Louveigné, 3 – 4920 Remouchamps
+32(0)43/84 35 44 8
OFFICE DU TOURISME DE FERRIÈRES
Rue de Lognoul, 6 – 4190 Ferrières
+32(0)86/40 99 69 8
FERME DE LA BOUVERIE
Rue de la Bouverie, 1 – 4190 Vieuxville
+32(0)86/21 20 33
The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia) oversees a network of 32 villages, bearers of a strong territorial identity and reflecting traditional architecture. It is committed to promoting the rural, cultural and natural heritage of Wallonia and is a part of the development of local and responsible tourism.More information