B & B Little Princess Prinsenstraat 21 9880 Aalter / Lotenhulle +32 09 258 81 90
On the basis of 2 ratings

B & B Little Princess – Aalter / Lotenhulle

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Two small adjoining rooms (living room and bedroom) for 1, 2 or 3 persons. A baby cot can be added.

 The house is a renovated farm and is an ideal place for your stay in Flanders.

For breakfast, which we serve in the garden when the weather is fine, you are offered a choice of fresh orange juice, coffee, tea, herbal tea and milk. The bread is home made, the jam is mostly home made and butter and cheese come directly from the farm.

We ask our guests not to smoke in the house and garden; we do not accept animals.

Bed and Breakfast Little Princess is located along 3 bicycle routes, of which LF (n°. 39 – Tielt / Eeklo), at cycling cross point nr. 7 (fietsnetwerk Meetjesland) and only 1400 metres away from GR walk n°. 129 (Brugge / Oudenaarde).

In the immediate environment you will find several other walks and bicycle rides in the regions of "Meetjesland", "Brugse Ommeland" and "Leiestreek", of which GR walk 128 (Tielt / Deinze / Gent).

In the surrounding area you will also find: the cultural towns of Ghent (Gent), Bruges (Brugge) and Damme (each at approximately 20 minutes’ drive).

Brussels, Antwerp and the coast (Knokke-Heist, Het Zoute and Oostende) are approximately 45 minutes’ drive away. Namur and Liège are at 1.30 hour drive away.

Little Princess is the ideal place from which to combine walking, bicycle rides and visits to cultural towns in Flanders, in Belgium or abroad.

France: Lille is 1 hour drive away, La Côte Opale with Cap Gris Nez and Cap Blanc Nez at 1.30 hour drive away (with view on the United Kingdom).

The Netherlands: Breskens and Sluis are 45 minutes' drive away and Middelburg on the Walcheren island is 1.15 hour drive away.

In the surroundings you will find several restaurants, ranging from a charming teahouse to very good restaurants.


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Further information

Rooms

An exterior staircase gives direct access to the living room that is equipped with a single sofa.  A small square hall connects the bedroom with a double bed to the bathroom equipped with a shower and toilet.

The beds have cotton fitted sheets and duvets.

Rates*

Rates per night (2 to 4 nights):

1 person:    € 60,

2 persons:  € 80,

3 persons:  € 105.

For 1 night a supplement of € 5 per person needs to be added.

As off 5 nights you receive a discount of 10 %.

The breakfast is included in the rates (taxes are also included).

We do not accept credit cards or Bancontact.

Credit cards

No

Car park

free

Smoking

No


*: Prices are estimates and are subject to change. For the most recent prices, please check the website of this accommodation.

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Contact

Lutgard & Jean-Philippe
Prinsenstraat 21
9880 Aalter / Lotenhulle
Belgium

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Experiences from previous visitors

Stay: April 2010

Written on 6 February 2011 by B. (Family with teenage children, age 35-44)

B & B Little Princess
General:
9/10
Room:
9/10
Service:
9/10
Breakfast:
9/10
Charm:
9/10
Price/quality:
9/10
Total:
9.0/10

Nous avons été très bien accueilli dans cette sympathique chambre d'hôte. Nous avons apprécié son accès indépendant, ses deux pièces séparées (pratique avec un enfant) et son cadre agréable.
A conseiller.

Stay: September 2010

Written on 23 September 2010 by R.B. (Couple, age 45-54)

B & B Little Princess
General:
6/10
Room:
5/10
Service:
6/10
Breakfast:
8/10
Charm:
5/10
Price/quality:
4/10
Total:
5.7/10

Terribly overpriced for the amount of comfort you get. The "livingroom" is in fact no more than a small entrance hall, the bedroom & shower were good. Views are nice which is good because there is no television. Breakfast was excellent but not at all what we wanted (a terrible waste of food, why not ask your guests what they would like?).
Pictures on the website show some sort of walk next to the building. It is however part of the goat-run. Gardens that are shown were not accessable or at least we were not told they were. In 2010 you'd expect a B&B to have a television or at the very least mention the fact that they do not.
We will not return.