Came here in winter, and as I had thought was possible on my last visit here in summer, it was dark walking from the car park to the main building. Thankfully, having just about recovered from my broken ribs courtesy of Crater Lake Lodge in the dark, I had brought a head torch with me so negoiated the steps etc with ease. There is some external lighting but it is inadequate. Gave me a room next to the door (12). Moved me to the third floor (note no lift), on request. Room 17 was pleasant enough and clean, in a basic way. No bath, only shower (but a good shower). Had a mini kitchenette (microwave) and coffee maker. No cups but supplied on request. Beds were two twins pushed together-as normal in most continental countries. Wifi is an additional 5 euros per night and reception closes at 9 on a Monday night as the restaurant is shut. Beds were very comfortable. Sound proofing is non existent as was woken on first night by loud American neighbour on the telephone, and by snoring on the 2nd and 3rd nights. However, the rooms are good value. Very cheap for Belgium, comfortable and clean, and next to de De Zeeuwse Bron (one of the best restaurants around-unfortunately it was shut during my visit), and have a large and safe car park, and are 5 mins drive from J and J without having to face Turnhouts' spaghetti system. Breakfast was typically continental-bread, croissants, cheese, hams, jam, cereals, orange juice. Would stay again.