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The waiter and the waitress were very kind. We were looking for Fruits de Mer, a dish we like specially in France. After reading the menu and pricelist we decided to finish our drinks and move on. Not the quality that we are used to...More
After visiting the quiet Marie Tak museum in the centre we had to go through the crowds to reach the hotel.Suddenly the noise of hundreds of visitors faded. We had a fine lunch and an excellent salad.l you a tired of the crowds go there.
Outdoors seating with an ample lawn in full view. Ideal playground for children.
Service a bit uncaring and impersonal.
We enjoyed our time here. The nearby main street is too busy to be attractive. So thankful for the relative quiet and style of this place.
Traveling from Hoorn in the Netherlands to Brussels in Belgium we spent two half days in Domburg, a quiet beach resort on the island of Walcheren in the province of Zeeland.
Lucky with great weather for April and plenty of sunshine.
The hotel is magnificent...More
The Badhotel Domburg, now already existing for 151 years, yeah indeed, is a perfect hotel in a fine location near the dunes and the sea. A huge park around, an excellent buffet breakfast, good bar and restaurant that also cares for veggies.
There is a...More
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As far as I can tell, dogs are "free" during the off-season. During the summer months I'm not so sure, best check the tourist office at vvvzeeland.nl, You can write them in English, just about everyone here speaks... More
As far as I can tell, dogs are "free" during the off-season. During the summer months I'm not so sure, best check the tourist office at vvvzeeland.nl, You can write them in English, just about everyone here speaks English.
Concerning the room, I have seen people with a dog in the hotel, so I guess taking your dog with you should be ok.