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Een Huis Tussen Dag en Morgen

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Stavanger, Norway
Reviewed 7 May 2015 via mobile

We arrived late after a long drive. The owner was waiting for us, and after cheking inn he help us around the area to visit good beer bars. The hotel has a good selection of beers and friendly staff. The breakfast was good and price was low. I am coming back next time im in this town

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Leicester, United Kingdom
Reviewed 30 April 2015

Watou itself it very charming and friendly. The Hotel sits on a square which has a few lovely little bars and restaurants around it. They all serve very good food and nice drinks. The drinks being so reasonable. The Hotel itself was very clean and comfortable and the staff friendly and helpful. The rooms were really nice too with a...

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Lincoln, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 December 2014

After a long day traveling and late in the day we found this lovely Hotel to stay for the night. The landlord was a very nice man and spoke very good English and so was his wife who made up our rooms and put on the heating on a very cold night. The room was big with a very large...

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Noordeloos, The Netherlands
Reviewed 28 July 2013

"Een Huis Tussen Dag en Morgen" is a strategic location for those who like to dwell the annual art & poetry festival in Watou is, each year between July and September, like we do. This little hotel is situated in the heart of it at the Watouplein, that during the festival is renamed after one of Flanders' top poets, Hugo...

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Noordeloos, The Netherlands
Reviewed 19 March 2013

Hugo Claus composed this sentence - his silhouette and poems are shown on the hotel's door and in the rooms, on the cushions. My wife and I are true visitors, and, as usual, got helpful tips from the owners, Guy and Erna Masschelein, to get around. The hotel is in the middle of this small village, and is an excellent...

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Noordeloos, The Netherlands
Reviewed 6 August 2012

Every year, my wife and I visit the annual poetry-cum-sculptures festival in the lovely village of Watou, situated a few hundred yards from the French-Belgian border. Owner Erna and her husband Guy are very caring - way beyond the level you would expect in the busy season. The hotel shows several (Flemish-language) poems selected from the 25+ occasions that the...

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Address: Watouplein 15, Watou 8978, Belgium
Region: Belgium > Flanders > West Flanders Province > Watou
Number of rooms: 5
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“The rooms at the back side (#4 and #6) are the most quiet.”
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