It is in the middle of Bailleul, a city in the countryside, in a Flemish house which will celebrate its 90 years in 2013 that Isabelle and Philippe welcome you every day in 2 rooms renovated with taste. The “room of the bell ringer” is named thus because it gives on the Belfry, today Unesco World Heritage, and the “room of Gargantua” because it would be impossible not to tell you the carnival.
Each room has a double bed (1.60m * 2m), bedside tables with lamps, a wardrobe or drawers, a TV, an electric kettle to make a coffee, chocolate or tea, a footrest suitcase, a bathroom with toilets, shower and sink. Towels are provided.
In the morning, the breakfast is served in the veranda which gives on the garden of the house. For the cold mornings, wood stove will come to bring a pleasant heat.
“Belle de Flandre (Beautiful of Flanders)” is opened to the hosts the week and week end
“Belle de Flandre (Beautiful of Flanders)” is at a walking distance from the station, and approximately 2km from the A25 motorway.
At approximately 30 minutes of car, you are at Ypres, Lille, Dunkirk, Hazebrouck, St Omer,
To lunch and dinner, the restaurants of Bailleul can welcome you, but also all the Flemish pubs along the Belgian border.
Price € 70 per room for 2 persons