Tranquility and privacy

B&B Insi2 and Casa Clémence are located outside the center of Mechelen, near to the landscaped park "Vrijbroekpark". The B&B consists of a separate building next to our house with two spacious and luxurious bedrooms and a beautiful view of the park. Our holiday home also has its own garden and a personal entrance through which you immediately enter the Vrijbroekpark.

Within walking distance of the center

You can park your car on the spacious parking spaces in front of our house. Mechelen is a cycling city with many pleasant pedestrian streets. For a small contribution, you can rent a bike and you'll be in the center of town in no time. By foot you are about 20 minutes from the center strolling along the idyllic canal. We are located about 30 minutes walk from the train station from where you have fast connections to Antwerp, Brussels and the airport.

Modernist house with sauna and swimming pond

Our own house is a modernist house from 1952 by architect Engels who was inspired by America. We have fully conserved the style of the house and added a swimming pond and sauna for our guests. In our front garden you will find a playground for children. In the back garden, tranquility is sought and you can enjoy the view of the large trees in the park.

Insi2 Mechelen
Where urban meets nature

“In situ” is a Latin expression and means “locally”, “on site” or “in place” to describe an event where it takes place.
Insi2 is our “place”, the place that we do share with great pleasure with all our guests.
We hope our B&B will invite you to enjoy some rest and quiet time,
for two persons or alone, to enjoy a moment of gratitude and happiness
for all those good experiences you had,
to enjoy a moment of excitement over future projects that you are planning …

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Cycling guide Kaat

Cycling guide Kaat

Cycling guide Kaat showed us around our city and surprised us with historical and funny anecdotes about Mechelen...

Nice walk

Nice walk

We put on our hiking boots and enjoyed the green marshes and the blue Zennegat...