“Good accommodation but not quite as great as some previous reviews led me to expect”
Stayed here for 2 nights with my wife and young-adult children. It is in a very good location, about a 15-minute walk from the train station and about 10 minutes to the town square. Though you can walk there from the train station, it might be a good idea to take a taxi, as it is on a little street near the tourist information center but possibly hard to find initially if you are not good with maps.
The proprietor is helpful and attentive if not super warm and furry. His English is excellent and he manages the place well. We were in the family room on the top of the hotel. You have to walk up two flights of stairs on a very narrow, winding staircase, which could be a problem for the physically challenged or very lazy. There is a nice-size living room area and a small kitchen and dining area. There are windows on the west side of this room that give a pretty good view, but there are no windows on other walls, except in the bathroom. So on a hot day you might not get much cross ventilation.
The sleeping area easily accommodates the two twin beds and a queen size bed. The one bedroom window provides a nice view of a couple impressive church towers. You have to ascend three steps to get up from the living room to the bed room, which might be a surprise if you are there for your first night and have to take a trip in the middle of the night to the toilet to lessen your internal Belgian beer content.
Breakfast is given in a small room that can be a bit cramped if several groups are eating at once, but the food was pretty good.
I have no complaints at all with the place and found it to be clean, in good condition, and a reasonable value. But it doesn't stand out in my mind as one of the most charming places I have stayed at. So I would rate this as a good bed and breakfast, but not as enthusiastically as previous reviewers have rated it.
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