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the most asked questions



Co-living is a new way of looking at life as part of a community. ‘Co-living’ is a term that goes with home-sharing and coworking. It represents a mixture between your private life (sharing, based on all living under the same roof) and working life (coworking, which is aimed at working with others in the same space). In addition to sharing a house and areas of shared interest, co-living is also about sharing values focused on openness of mind.

Because there are many areas of the house that are communal, Nomad’s House is the ideal place for striking up exchanges and meeting new people. This new way of living is based on mutual respect and respect for the shared spaces made available to you.

Although there is no “typical” target person as such, Nomad’s House is aimed at young workers and expatriates aged between 23 and 40. What conditions do you have to meet to rent a room? You need to want to share a unique experience, to be open to others and to discover new people and cultures.

We offer a basic service that includes the price of the room, the cleaning and maintenance of the communal areas, water, heating, electricity, WiFi and basic staples, as well as use of washing machine and tumble dryer. In addition to this basic charge, we also offer services on demand.


The minimum lease is for 6 months and the maximum 3 years.

  • Bedrooms of various sizes, fully furnished and decorated
  • Large communal areas: a dining room/kitchen, TV lounge and reading room
  • Storage lockers for each tenant
  • A laundry with washing machine, tumble dryer and ironing board
  • A lovely garden and large terrace
  • Cleaning and maintaining the communal areas are included
  • All amenities close to hand (shops and eateries, public transport, etc.)
  • Electric bikes

The price varies between €690 and €960 (all-inclusive) depending on the room chosen. Each bedroom is different. They all have a large double bed, small private en-suite shower room (shower and basin), a desk with chair and a dressing area.

To rent a room, simply send an e-mail to A staff member will then contact you about the availability of our rooms, give you all the information you need and arrange for you to visit.



Once your application has been accepted, you will need to lodge a rental guarantee of 2 months, as well as pay the first month’s rent. The following rental payments must be paid into the account on the 1st of every month.

Yes, provided the other co-tenants agree.

Yes, we have specific rooms designed to welcome couples.

Pets are not allowed for hygienic reasons in the common spaces and for our members who may be allergic.

We do not have parking for cars but there are many public parking spaces close to our houses.

No, smoking is prohibited inside the house.

Yes, it is not mandatory but recommended to do it.


It has been a very tough year for all of us around the world. The pandemic has drastically changed the way we live today and has affected our wellbeing, mental health and livelihoods. Although Nomad’s House is not able to help everyone around the world, we are putting in place everything we can for our members to feel safe and will continue to support them through this pandemic.

You can find below the measures we’ve implemented to keep Nomads House a safe and happy place.  We will continue to monitor and review all steps taken to ensure the safety of everyone.

We offer cleaning of communal spaces once a week, we’ve installed antibacterial gel in the house and we’ve increased our hygiene measures across the communal areas

All bookings for viewings can now be done virtually via a video call with someone from our team.

We personally monitor each new member before they move in as well as existing member to ensure no-one is sick when coming to the house.

We have a list of doctors available in the area in case of urgent need.

The team organises specific events based on members’ requirements such as Yoga, Meditation and Fitness classes.