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Hortensia
Zipcode: 8900
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Price from 62€
Hortensia is an ideally situated B&B accommodation in the centre of Ypres. We let 6 spacious, non smoking rooms, all with shower & toilet en-suite and TV. We are at easy walking distance (10min) from the Menin Gate (Last Post) or the Market Place (In Flanders Fields Museum). There's ample safe and free of charge parking for cars in the surrounding streets. Bicycles can be garaged. Also motorcycles can be garaged after reservation.
Albion Hotel
Zipcode: 8900
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Price from 79€
Like father, like son' as they say in Ypres, except that the Albion Hotel is run by two ladies: Christiane and her daughter Ruth. Both have been welcoming visitors of Ypres since 2000, when they started the hotel. The combination of hospitality, first class accommodation and cosiness was almost instantly a huge success amongst guests. 'I think our visitors keep coming back because they enjoy the relaxed atmosphere after a day of walking and visiting the region', says Christiane. 'If people tell us that when they enter the Albion Hotel, it is like coming home again', Ruth and I feel very proud. 'Because it is exactly that feeling that we want to share with our guests'.
Ariane Hotel
Zipcode: 8900
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Price from 87€
A majestic name, where enjoying is a must. Green surroundings in a historical rich town. Not quite in the city centre, but definetely near enough to discover our beautifull town by foot. A warm welcome, sunny terrace surrounded by gardens, pleasant conservatory, tastefully decorated bedrooms with all modern comfort with an immaculate service.
Camalou
Zipcode: 8908
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Price from 56
Camalou: B&B in Ypres provide accommodation in a stylish guesthouse located in Flanders. Camalou build in the 19th century is one of the few properties from the Ypres Salient who survived the destruction caused by the Great War.
Old Tom Hotel
Zipcode: 8900
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Price from 62€
No need to tell a Tommy that the soldiers of The Great War had a way with a stiff drop of the hard stuff. Whilst Ypres lay in ruins and the shrapnel soared around him, an old Tommy demonstrated his business by improvising a stall on the demolished market square. On the very location which now holds the terrace, friend and foe were able to tank up on Dutch courage (not that the Dutch were at all involved in the Great War). After the war, the unassuming tipple shack got a venerable stonework replacement which not only lived up to its rust-free reputation but equally paid its respects to the name of the old warhorse.
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