This beautiful village square is surrounded by several monumental buildings such as the Saint-Lambert Church of Sart with its fortified tower, the perron, the beautiful house “as jôts ègrés” also called “Lespire”. This house was built in Gothic-renaissance style (late sixteenth century). Other surrounding buildings include the House Bronfort, a former butchershop and hotel and the House Maquis. This beautiful stone farmhouse dating back to the 19th century, hidden behind an old oak tree, offered in 1944 refuge to Prince Charles, brother of King Leopold III. The Germans wanted to imprison him during the occupation of Belgium in WWII. After the liberation he became regent of Belgium. A simple and charming red-brick building, dating from the 19th century and a former vicarage now houses the Tourist Office of Jalhay-Sart .
The market place of Sart
Sart-Lez-Spa, Jalhay, Belgique