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I only had a night to spend in Ypres but I'm glad I didn't miss the opportunity of staying at the Dugout which is the most unique place I've ever stayed. I was greeted with a very warm welcome from Andre and after showing me...More
I was deceptively over charged 100 euros on the price agreed for the tour with the B&B owner. I had paid 210 euros for 3 people, as stated on the website, and as agreed with the B&B owner and tour guide Andre, well before the...More
Group of 3 for a standard Dugout tour including trip to relatives WWI grave. Paid in full 2 months prior, 210.00 Euros. All costs and tour CLEARLY agreed to prior in an email confirmed by Andre (owner). The trip was to honor our relative who...More
This has to be one of the most fit for purpose bed and breakfast hotel's anywhere in the world! What a truly magnificent find!
We've just spent 3 nights here and loved every minute. Our 92 year old grandmother and mother of 72 years old...More
Andre is a fantastic host and shares his WW1 knowledge with a passion that you will struggle to find elsewhere. The amount of effort he puts in to research specific family histories to give a tailored experience is a reflection of the pride that he...More